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  • Award 2010 » CSBE
    Space through Users Behavior also available in Arabic Favorite Book Lists on Architecture and the Built Environment Graywater Reuse Project Public Lectures The Omrania l CSBE Student Award Eighth cycle 2015 Seventh cycle 2014 Sixth cycle 2013 Fifth cycle 2012 Fourth cycle 2011 Third cycle 2010 Second cycle 2009 First cycle 2008 Jury members Water Conserving Landscapes Remembering Ali Maher Other Projects Activities The Omrania l CSBE Student Award Third

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  • 2009 » CSBE
    Exploring Public Space through Users Behavior also available in Arabic Favorite Book Lists on Architecture and the Built Environment Graywater Reuse Project Public Lectures The Omrania l CSBE Student Award Eighth cycle 2015 Seventh cycle 2014 Sixth cycle 2013 Fifth cycle 2012 Fourth cycle 2011 Third cycle 2010 Second cycle 2009 First cycle 2008 Jury members Water Conserving Landscapes Remembering Ali Maher Other Projects Activities The Omrania l CSBE Student

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  • Award 2008 » CSBE
    Users Behavior also available in Arabic Favorite Book Lists on Architecture and the Built Environment Graywater Reuse Project Public Lectures The Omrania l CSBE Student Award Eighth cycle 2015 Seventh cycle 2014 Sixth cycle 2013 Fifth cycle 2012 Fourth cycle 2011 Third cycle 2010 Second cycle 2009 First cycle 2008 Jury members Water Conserving Landscapes Remembering Ali Maher Other Projects Activities The Omrania l CSBE Student Award First cycle 2008

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  • Jury members » CSBE
    office in 2014 He studied architecture at the University of Kaiserslautern in Germany He has taught at a number of institutions including the Dessau Institution of Architecture DIA in Germany where he led graduate courses on Informal urbanism In addition he has been featured in a number of international newspapers including The New York Times and The Guardian Jury members of the Award s 2013 sixth cycle Shahira Fahmy Shahira Fahmy is the founder of Shahira Fahmy Architects which she established in Cairo in 2005 She studied architecture at Cairo University and taught there from 1997 to 2007 Her work includes architectural and master planning projects as well as product design projects She worked on the new campus for the American University in Cairo in 2005 with Legorreta Legorreta Abdel Halim Ibrahim and Sasaki Associates and she participated in collaboration with the Dutch photographer Bas Princen in the 2012 exhibition HOME Contemporary Architectural Interpretations of the Home in the Arab world which was presented by the Museum of Architecture in London She currently is involved in the architectural expansion of the Delfina Foundation headquarters in London in collaboration with the London based Studio Octopi Shaira Fahmy s work has been cited in international journals and magazines including The New York Times Magazine The Architects Journal The Architectural Review and The Financial Times She also was awarded the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Young Architect Award in 2005 and was a recipient of The Green Good Design Award by the Chicago Athenaeum in 2010 Bernard Khoury Bernard Khoury is the founder of the architectural office DW5 Bernard Khoury which he established in Beirut in 1993 He studied architecture at the Rhode Island school of Design and at Harvard University s Graduate School of Design His work features a wide range of residential commercial institutional entertainment and multi use development projects They include Centrale Restaurant in Beirut 2001 the IB3 residential building also in Beirut 2006 7 Club in Doha 2010 and the Tumo Center for Creative Technologies in Yerevan Armenia 2011 Bernard Khoury s work has been exhibited internationally A solo show of his work was held at the International Forum for Contemporary Architecture at the Aedes Gallery in Berlin in 2003 and his work has been featured in group exhibitions including YOUprison at the Fondazione Sandretto in Torino in 2008 and SPACE at the opening of the MAXXI museum in Rome in 2010 He is the recipient of a number of awards including an honorable mention in 2001 from the Borromini Prize which is given to architects under 40 years of age by the Municipality of Rome and the Architecture Award in 2004 He also taught as a visiting professor at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne the École Spéciale d Architecture in Paris and the American University of Beirut Murat Tabanlıoğlu Murat Tabanlıoğlu is the co founder of Tabanlıoğlu Architects which he established with Hayati Tabanlıoğlu in Istanbul in 1990 He studied architecture at Vienna Technical University His work has included a wide range of building types and projects such as the Istanbul Modern Art Museum in Istanbul 2004 the Loft Gardens residential building in Istanbul 2007 the Astana Arena in Astana Kazakhstan 2007 the SAS Company Headquarters in Istanbul 2010 the renovation of Cankaya Mosque in Ankara 2011 and Bodrum International Airport 2012 Murat Tabanlıoğlu s work has been featured in international exhibitions including A Snapshot of Contemporary Turkish Architecture at the Royal Academy of Arts which was held in London in 2005 and Seven Architects from Seven Hills which was held in a number of cities including Berlin in 2009 He is the recipient of a number of awards including Architect of the Year of the Middle East Architect Awards in 2010 and a RIBA International Award in 2011 for designing the Loft Gardens residential building In addition to his atelier program at Istanbul Bilgi University he has lectured at numerous universities around the world He also has been a member of the Master Jury of the 2013 cycle of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Jury members of the Award s 2012 fifth cycle Khaled Omar Azzam Khaled Azzam is the Director of The Prince s School of Traditional Arts in London He is an architect by training and maintains his practice through offices in Cairo and Jeddah He has built houses schools mosques offices and commercial buildings In 1999 he became the Director of The Visual Islamic and Traditional Arts VITA Program at The Prince s Foundation in London At VITA he was involved in developing the postgraduate MA and PhD program and carrying out an outreach program that included projects with schools such as the National College of Arts in Lahore The Arab Academy in Cairo and the College of Traditional Islamic Arts at Al Balqah University in Amman Jordan In 2003 HRH The Prince of Wales established The Prince s School of Traditional Arts and asked Dr Azzam to become its first Director Through this initiative he facilitated the enlargement of the VITA educational program and also integrated the School s education program with the need for awakening the social spiritual and economic lifelines of communities through an Outreach Education Program These initiatives have reached communities in locations as diverse as Rose Town Jamaica Kano Nigeria Abu Dhabi and Beijing In 2009 Her Majesty the Queen awarded Dr Azzam the title of Lieutenant of the Victoria Order In 2010 he was privileged to address His Holiness Pope Benedict VI on behalf of the Muslim community at a gathering of London s Faith communities Farrokh Derakhshani Farrokh Derakhshani is Director of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture He has been associated with the Award since 1982 where his work has brought him into contact with architects builders and planners throughout the world He travels extensively in Muslim countries and has organised and participated in numerous international seminars and colloquia dealing with contemporary built environments He has collaborated on a large variety of publications and exhibitions on architecture and has been involved in organising professional workshops and international architectural competitions He lectures widely and has served as a jury member at schools of architecture in Europe Africa and Asia Mr Derakhshani s main field of specialisation is the contemporary architecture of Muslim societies and his professional work has included the design and construction management of large scale public works and infrastructure projects in Iran as well as architectural design in Paris and Geneva He is trained as an architect at the National University of Iran and later continued his studies at the School of Architecture in Paris UP1 Ahmad Humeid Ahmad Humeid is a designer design advocate blogger and web entrepreneur and the CEO of SYNTAX a brand design and innovation firm He started his first design studio in 1991 while studying architecture at the University of Jordan In the 1990s he led design and technology efforts at various pioneering publishing consulting and web ventures in the Arab region including BYTE Middle East Magazine and Arabia com the region s first web portal In 2005 he cofounded TootCorp a web venture lab that launched the pioneering Arab video portal ikbis com and other web ventures Soon after he cofounded Spring a web and mobile technology development company that focuses on serving the emerging technology startup scene in the region In 2011 he launched the design advocacy initiative ReDesign Arabia which aims at elevating the social role of design and designers as agents of positive change and human centered innovation in the Arab region Living on the web since the advent of the commercial internet in 1994 he has been a regular blogger on his blog 360east com one of Jordan s first blogs focusing on design technology media and urban culture in the region Nowadays he can be more often read on twitter humeid and on Facebook Ahmad is a member of Diwan al Mimar an architectural forum that meets regularly in Amman He also spoke in various regional and global conference and forums on design media and technology Jury members of the Award s 2011 fourth cycle Nabil Gholam Nabil Gholam is a Lebanese architect and founder of Nabil Gholam Architects He studied architecture at the Ecole d Architecture Paris Villemin and pursued a master s in urban planning at Columbia University in New York He started his career with Ricardo Bofill where he became Senior Partner in charge of international projects By the time he established Nabil Gholam Architecture and Planning in Beirut in 1994 he had worked in France Spain China and the United States Since then the office renamed Nabil Gholam Architects ngª has grown to include an international multidisciplinary team of architects planners designers and consultants In addition to its Beirut office the practice has a European office in Seville Hanif Kara Hanif Kara is a practicing Structural Engineer the Pierce Anderson Lecturer in Creative Engineering at the Harvard School of Design and Visiting Professor for Architectural Technology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm Sweden since 2008 His constructed work is recognized as being linked with the research and education areas of design He has been teaching at various architectural schools in Britain Europe and the United States since 1996 He co tutored a Diploma Unit at the Architectural Association in London from 2000 to 2004 acted as a consultant for the Design Research Lab DRL for a number of years and was an external examiner from 2005 to 2008 As Design Director and co founder of AKT II established in 1996 his particular design led approach and interest in innovative form material uses prefabrication sustainable construction and complex analysis methods have allowed him to work on award winning pioneering projects His career extends beyond the structural engineering disciplines and led to his appointment as a commissioner for CABE Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment He is the first engineer to hold this post for the government watchdog that monitors the quality of design throughout the United Kingdom In 2007 he was appointed as one of 15 members of the Design for London Advisory Group to the Mayor of London He was selected for the Master Jury of the 2004 cycle of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture and served as a project reviewer for the Award in 2007 and 2010 He was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2007 In addition Hanif will be the first Engineer to serve as a judge for the annual coveted RIBA Stirling Prize 2011 He is also on the board of trustees of the Architecture Foundation Hazel Wong Hazel Wong is the Executive Director and Design Principal of WSW Architects her architectural and engineering practice in Dubai A long standing member of the Ontario Association of Architects and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada she received her Bachelor of Architecture from Carleton University in Ottawa and her Master of Architecture in Advanced Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Her numerous designs include the Abu Dhabi International Exhibition Center the UAE Civil Aviation Headquarters and most notably the Emirates Towers in Dubai the twin iconic high rise structures housing office hotel and retail space At the time of their completion in 2000 the Emirates Towers ranked amongst the ten tallest buildings in the world For many years she was the Design Director of NORR Group in the United Arab Emirates and more recently the Regional Director of RMJM for the Middle East where she was responsible for the creation of a number of large scale mixed use projects including the Dubai Towers in Doha and the Dubai Towers and Lamar Towers in Jeddah Jury members of the Award s 2010 third cycle Omar Hallaj Omar Hallaj is an architect and a development consultant and the CEO of the Syria Trust for Development He holds his bachelor s and master s degrees in architecture from the University of Texas He has researched and lectured on a variety of issues related to the history economics and politics of architecture in the Muslim world His professional work has closely concentrated on linking social and economic development concerns to the production of architecture and the preservation of urban heritage His experience includes serving on public commissions related to urban development and conservation issues developing administrative and legal frameworks for heritage conservation and involving private and non governmental efforts in urban management He served as the Team Leader for the German Technical Cooperation Project for the Development of Historic Cities in Yemen He was also a partner is Suradec a consortium for urban and urban heritage planning in Aleppo Syria In addition he was a recipient of the 2007 cycle of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture as Team Leader for the Yemeni German Shibam Urban Development Project Nadim Karam Nadim Karam is the principal architect of Hapsitus Architects He holds a bachelor s degree in architecture from the American University of Beirut and a master s degree and a PhD in architecture from the University of Tokyo He taught at the Shibaura Institute of Technology in Tokyo in 1992 and at the American University of Beirut from 1993 to 1995 and from 2003 to 2004 He was Dean of the Faculty of Architecture Art and Design at Notre Dame University in Lebanon from 2000 2003 when he also curated Lebanon s participation in the first Rotterdam Biennale of architecture With Hapsitus the pluri disciplinary company he founded in Beirut Nadim Karam has realized large scale temporary and permanent urban art projects in different cities including Beirut Kwangju Prague London Tokyo Nara and Melbourne Karam s 1997 2000 urban art project for central Beirut was one of five worldwide projects selected by the Van Alen Institute in New York in 2002 to highlight the role they played in rejuvenating city life and morale after a disaster He also received three Australian awards for his 2006 Victoria State commission The Travellers a permanent art installation of ten three storey high moving sculptures His current projects include the Cloud of Dubai conceived as a visual and social antithesis to the plethora of skyscrapers in Gulf cities and urban art projects in Seoul and Amman Nadim Karam is also an artist whose paintings and sculptures are regularly exhibited His installation The Fisherman the Cloud is currently exhibited at the Washington University Museum Three books on his works have been published by Booth Clibborn Editions London VOYAGE 2000 Urban Toys 2006 and The Cloud the Desert and the Arabian Breeze 2007 Suha Özkan Suha Özkan is a professor of architecture at Middle East Technical University METU Turkey and the Founding Chairman of World Architecture Community WAC a Geneva and Istanbul based international consultancy company and an internet based interactive world wide architecture and planning community He studied architecture at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara and theory of design at the Architectural Association in London In addition to teaching at METU he served as associate dean of its Faculty of Architecture in 1978 and was appointed vice president of the university from 1979 to 1982 In 1983 he was appointed Deputy Secretary General of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in Geneva and he served as the Award s Secretary General from 1990 to 2006 He was the initiator and leader of the XXI Architectural Culture Centre in Ankara and its journal XXI He also served as a member of the jury for the architectural competition for the Martin Luther King Jr National Memorial in Washington D C In addition he chaired the selection process of the Rolex Master Protégé Programme in Geneva and was a member of the European Union Prize for Architecture Barcelona He was the President of International Union of Architects UIA XXII Congress which was held in Istanbul in 2005 He also chaired the UIA s Scientific Committee between 2002 and 2005 and was a member of its Competitions Committee between 2002 and 2007 In 2004 American Institute of Architects awarded him the Medal of Honorary Fellow Hon F A I A and the Russian Union of Architects awarded him their Gold Medal Özkan has authored more than 200 articles and monographs in English and Turkish A number of his writings have been translated into French Spanish Russian and Arabic Jury members of the Award s 2009 second cycle Vladimir Djurovic Vladimir Djurovic is a landscape architect and founder of Vladimir Djurovic Landscape Architecture He received his Undergraduate Degree in Horticulture from Reading University in England in 1989 and his Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia in the United States in 1992 After working with the design firm EDAW in Atlanta he headed back to Lebanon in 1995 to establish his landscape architectural practice Vladimir Djurovic Landscape Architecture is the recipient of a number of awards including the Aga Khan Award for Architecture in 2007 the Cityscape Architectural Review Awards the International Design Awards and the American Society of Landscape Architects ASLA 2007 Award of Excellence and 2008 Award of Honor The office also participated and won several international competitions including Freedom Park South Africa and the Ismaili Centre and Aga Khan Museum landscape architectural competition in Toronto In addition Vladimir Djurovic has lectured at various universities including the Architectural Association of Ireland Imperial College in London and Harvard University and has served as jury member for several design awards and competitions including the ASLA 2009 Professional Awards Saleh Al Hathloul Saleh Al Hathloul is a Saudi Arabian educator and a critic in the field of architecture and urban planning with interests in the epistemology of knowledge the general issues of structural changes in society and futurist studies He obtained his master s degree in Urban Design MAUD from Harvard University in 1975 and his Ph D in Architecture and Environmental Studies from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1981 He was chairman of the Department of Architecture at King Saud University in Riyadh between 1981 1984

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  • Award Announcement, 2015 » CSBE
    if i participants do not meet the eligibility criteria for participation in the competition ii participants communicate with the competition organizers or jurors in an attempt to influence the judgment of competition entries iii entries do not satisfy any of the above mentioned requirements for submission Evaluation An independent three member jury will review the entries and select the winners The jury conssists of Hani Imam Hussaini is the founder and director of Almarsam Architects Engineers in Amman He received his architectural education from the University of Cambridge where he obtained his Bachelor s and Master s degrees as well as his Diploma in Architecture He practiced architecture in the United Kingdom both independently and at the London practice of Panter Hudspith Architects He was a Partner and Head of Architecture at Omrania Associates and director of its Jordan office Apart from Jordan and the United Kingdom he has been involved in projects in Greece Portugal Qatar Saudi Arabia Spain the United Arab Emirates and the West Bank His experience spans a wide variety of sectors that include offices residential commercial retail leisure hospitality and sports projects Hussaini is a founding member of the Center for the Study of the Built Environment CSBE and continues to serve as a member of the Board of Directors While at Omrania he was instrumental in establishing the Omrania CSBE Student Award in Architectural Design Josep Lluís Mateo is the founder of the architectural practice mateoarquitectura in Barcelona and Professor of Architecture and Design at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich He studied architecture at the Barcelona School of Architecture and holds a PhD from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia He also has been a Visiting Professor in Architecture at Harvard University s Graduate School of Design Mateo is a member of l Ordre des Architectes de Paris the Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects SIA in Zürich and the Catalan Professional Architectural Association COAC in Barcelona He has designed numerous award winning projects These include the urbanization of Ullastret Spain the Amsterdam Housing Block the Barcelona Convention Center The Factory office building in Paris the PGGM Headquarters in Zeist The Netherlands the Cinematheque of Catalonia the Cultural Center and Urban development of Castelo Branco Portugal and the remodeling of the Ninot Market in Barcelona Publications devoted to his work include Josep Lluís Mateo Opere e progetti 2007 and On Building Matter and Form 2012 Exhibits of his work have been organized at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Galerie d Architecture in Paris Mateo is also the author of a number of publications including Bauen und Denken 2002 Textos Instrumentales 2007 and Middle East Contemporary Architectural Conditions 2012 Nader Tehrani the Dean of the Irwin S Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union in New York City and Principal of the Boston based architectural practice NADAAA He also was a Professor and Head of the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT Moreover

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  • Award-Winning Projects, 2015 » CSBE
    Almarsam Architects Engineers in Amman and former Partner and Head of Architecture at Omrania Associates and director of its Jordan office Spanish architect Josep Lluís Mateo Founder of the architectural practice mateoarquitectura in Barcelona and Professor of Architecture and Design at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH in Zurich and Iranian American designer Nader Tehrani Dean of the Irwin S Chanin School of Architecture of Cooper Union in New York City former Professor and Head of the Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT and Principal of the architectural practice NADAAA in Boston The Award jury members met in Amman on October 2 and 3 2015 to evaluate the participating entries and to select the winners They identified sixteen shortlisted entries and selected from amongst them three first place winners each of which is to receive USD 3 000 three second place winners each of which is to receive USD 2 000 and six honorable mentions First Prize Winning Projects in alphabetical order Adventure Center By Badria Niaz Nazmi al Hakim Instructor Ahmed Freewan Jordan University of Science and Technology Tale t al Qarya Interfaith Caves By Afaf Zaied al Odetallah Instructor Yasir Saqr Jordan University of Science and Technology The Incubatrix Vertical Farming Production and Research Center By Mais Emad Abu Ali Winny George Habash and Ysr Ahmad Instructor Saleem Dahabreh University of Jordan Second Prize Winning Projects in alphabetical order Desert Exploration Center By Ayman Jamal Abu Hamdiyah Instructor Sana a Rqeibat Jordan University of Science and Technology Stitching the Pockets Khan Amman By Afnan Rafeeq Adnan Barqawi Instructor Tha er Qub a German Jordanian University The House of Music Zahle By Najib Nicolas Imad al Ghossein Instructor Jean Marc Bonfils Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts Honorable Mentions in alphabetical order Bayt al Kasid

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  • Eighth cycle, 2015 » CSBE
    Box 830751 Amman 11183 Jordan Telefax 962 6 461 5297 Email us Read more about Contact Us Activities Read more about Activities Architectural Competitions Architectural Competitions Read more about Architectural Competitions Courses Workshops Courses and Workshops Read more about Courses Workshops Publications Resources Read more about Publications Resources Mission Statement CSBE Mission Statement Read more about Mission Statement Board of Directors Read more about Board of Directors Current Staff Read

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  • Commemoration of the late Jordanian architect Jafar Tukan (1938 – 2014) » CSBE
    Box 830751 Amman 11183 Jordan Telefax 962 6 461 5297 Email us Read more about Contact Us Activities Read more about Activities Architectural Competitions Architectural Competitions Read more about Architectural Competitions Courses Workshops Courses and Workshops Read more about Courses Workshops Publications Resources Read more about Publications Resources Mission Statement CSBE Mission Statement Read more about Mission Statement Board of Directors Read more about Board of Directors Current Staff Read

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