I am Hoda, an architect, and a spatial design analyst. I was always fascinated with human patterns in space and what instigates such behaviors, that why I pursued my master’s degree in Spatial Analytics and Design at the Bartlett School of Architecture. My research and expertise focus on human behavior in the built environment at both an urban and building scale. My approach to design is always human-centric, looking at how space is an influencer of human perception and behavior. Before that, I designed and managed various projects in the Middle East, from commercial to residential buildings.
Throughout my professional and educational experiences, I have developed analytical, managerial, and design skills in addition to various technical skills. I am currently interested in sharing my journey with young designers to help them find their understanding of space and architecture. I have learned that architecture is about progress and time, so I am here to teach you how to work smart. By sharping technical skills, students will be able to present and address their ideas comfortably. Nevertheless, my course does not stop at technicality; I will always find a way to present different projects and architectural philosophies throughout the course.
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