Ali is an Egyptian architect with wide experience in both academic and practical fields.
As a professional architect, he gained his experience in mega projects in middle East and Africa at Engineering Consultants Group ECG, in addition to early work & internships at Dar Al-handasah.
This practice includes the early stages of conceptual design, 3d modeling, design development and construction drawings.
It worth mentioning that Ali has participated in many design competitions. Lately, Ali has won the first incentive prize at the design competition of plazas, squares, open spaces and street furniture elements at the new Administrative Capital in Egypt.
As an academic researcher, Ali is an Assistant Lecturer at Faculty of Fine Arts, Architecture department, he completed his master's degree in architectural engineering.
His project "Egyptian museum Extension at Cairo - Linking museum to Nile" has gained a great international reputation, as it was published at Landscape Middle East magazine. In addition, it was published at the Russian online magazine "Berlogos". Moreover, Identity magazine has published an article supporting his ideas.
He is a co-founder of IATBW (International Architecture Team for Better World), who are a group of international architects, from three different continents (Africa, Asia and Europe), joined together with a holistic vision of exploiting their multidisciplinary experience in enhancing people’s life around all over the world.
IATBW has submitted a proposal for vilnius concert hall, at Lithuania. Thier project was published at many reputable websites including: Architectural Digest ME, E-Architect, World Architecture Community WAC, Arkitera, Respublika, 15 mins (Lithuania), Amazing Architecture, Urbanica, and Stroiteli Newspaper.
Helwan University | Faculty Of Fine Arts | Architecture Department