Cameron Rashti is an architect and project manager with extensive project experience on major projects in North America, Europe and the Middle East. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College, holds professional architectural degrees from Pratt Institute and Columbia University, and is a registered architect in the USA and the UK. He joined the Geneva-based Historic Cities Programme within the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in 1994 as Deputy Director, following his association as Vice President of Perkins and Will International managing projects in Canary Wharf and other sites in London and Europe. Within HCP, he was (among other tasks) responsible for the implementation of the Azhar Park project.
Approaching Cairo. In Cairo Renewing the Historic City, edited
by Philip Jodidio. Munich: Prestel, 2018.
the origins of the projects in a World Heritage listed historic city, this
section presents the overarching objectives, guiding approach and methodology
in conceiving Al-Azhar Park, restoring the Historic Wall and in conserving
dozens of monuments in Darb al-Ahmar. This section contains three articles:
Monreal, Luis. "A Model for the Redevelopment of Historic Urban Centres". In Cairo Renewing the Historic City, edited by Philip Jodidio, 13-20. Munich: Prestel, 2018.
Rashti, Cameron. "The Historic Cities Programme. AKTC Methodology at Work in Cairo ". In Cairo Renewing the Historic City, edited by Philip Jodidio, 21-33. Munich: Prestel, 2018.
Pini Daniele. "Historic Cairo as a World Heritage Site. A Long and Uncertain Path to Urban Conservation". In Cairo Renewing the Historic City, edited by Philip Jodidio, 35-49. Munich: Prestel, 2018.