Born in 1985, Rula Yaghmour, a holder of an Architectural Engineering degree, is the lead designer at Yaghmour Architects based in Amman. She graduated from the Jordan University of Science and Technology (2007). Aside from architecture Rula is interested in the various fields of design and arts, Yaghmour is a contributor in INTERRUPTIONS; an independent non-profit initiative that enables non-standardized experimentation on architecture, design and culture. As part of this initiative, Rula took part in the preparation of the publication, several workshops and exhibitions.
Rula was the curator/instructor of Design Voices, a project in collaboration with Ruwwad, the Arab Foundation for Sustainable Development. The design workshops focused on liberating the voices of the children of Jabal Al Nathief through design as a tool and a mean of expression to enhance and develop their built environment. She's also the curator of Gallery 27, an exhibition depicting the story of an architect. Rula is also a member of the Center for the Study of the Built Environment, she's interested in the community and the challenging built environment where she inhabits and practices her profession.