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Gardens in the Desert: A Landscape Architect in Saudi Arabia
This is a discussion responding to this publication in the ArchNet Digital Library: Bodeker, Richard. 1996. Gardens in the Desert: A Landscape Architect in Saudi Arabia. In Sustainable Landscape Design in Arid Climates. William Reilly (ed). Geneva: Aga Khan Trust for Culture.
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Gardens in the Desert: A Landscape Architect in Saudi Arabia
My name is: Usama Abd-Alnabi Konbr My job is: Assistant lecturer at the Architectural Department, Faculty of Engineering, Al-Azhar University, in Cairo, Egypt. I had got the B.Sc. in July 1995, from: Al-Azhar University, then I had been occupied in the same faculty, which I took the B.Sc. from as TA (Teaching assistant) at the Department at the beginning of 1997, after that I got M.Sc. in architecture at: November 1, 2000 which titled with: "Towards Touristic Eco- Architecture in Southern Sinai Case study: The Coastal Touristic Architecture Evaluation at Ras Sudr Tourism Sector" Then, at March 2001 I registered a Ph.D. Thesis in Sustainable Architecture, Titled with: "Rooting the main Concepts of Sustainable Architecture in: Egyptian Hot Dry Regions Methodology for Analysis the sustainable dimensions for new Residential sectors Architecture in Great Cairo Region"
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