The Omrania / CSBE Student Award 2013 Sixth Cycle, March 2014
Five Architectural Graduates from the Arab World to receive The Omrania | CSBE Student Award for Excellence in Architectural Design at the German Jordanian University.
145 architectural graduation projects from 37 Universities from 9 countries in the Arab World were submitted for the sixth cycle of the Omrania / CSBE Student Award for Excellence in Architectural Design. The projects came from Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, and the United Arab Emirates.
The Award jury consisted of Egyptian architect Shahira Fahmy, the founder of Shahira Fahmy Architects; Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury, the founder of the architectural office DW5 / Bernard Khoury; and Turkish architect Murat Tabanlıoğlu, the co-founder of Tabanlıoğlu Architects. The Award jury awarded equal winning prizes to five projects.
Two of the five winners were students in George’s studio:
Haneen Khouli (Project: Machine in an empty and vast territory – Tension of permanence) and Parastoo Najafi (Project: CRYSTAL [DE]FORMATION)
above: Project by Haneen Khouli – Machine in an empty and vast territory – Tension of permanence
above: Project by Parastoo Najafi – Machine in an empty and vast territory – Tension of permanence) – CRYSTAL [DE]FORMATION