Abdurrahman MOHAMMED
  • Research Areas

    Theories, practices, and systems of urban planning

    Sustainable urban design

    Environmental aesthetics

    Management of heritage conservation

  • Mail Address

    Abdurrahman.mohammed@antalya.edu.tr

  • Bachelor's

    An-Najah National University (Nablus/Palestine)

  • Master's

    Mackintosh School of Architecture,The Glasgow School of Art.University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

  • Doctorate

    Mackintosh School of Architecture,The Glasgow School of Art,University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

Abdurrahman MOHAMMED

Dr. Mohamed is a hardworking and dynamic professional with 34 years of experience in the profession and 24 years in academia. He gained his academic education in Palestine and United Kingdom. He worked in several universities in Palestine, United Arab Emirates and Bahrain and as a project construction specialist in Dubai Municipality. He also worked as an urban planning consultant for the Palestinian Ministry of Planning and PAPP program of the United Nations (1996-1997). He became the head of department of Architectural Engineering at the Islamic University of Gaza (1999 – 2001) and the Director of its IWAN Center for Architectural Heritage (2009- 2010). He was appointed as an external reviewer by the Ministry of   Research and Innovation, Ontario, Canada, 2011.

In 2017 he joined Antalya Bilim University and in 2018 he was the initiator and organizer for the cooperation agreement between the university and Antalya Kepez Municipality. He also was the initiator and organizer for Urban Design Competition hosted by Antalya Kepez Municipality.

Dr. Mohamed has been teaching several courses including all levels of architectural design studio, graduation project, sustainable urban planning, sustainable urban design, urban theories, history of architecture, environmental aesthetics, and urban sociology. He participated in several refereed international conferences and workshops in Palestine, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Portugal, UK, the Netherlands and Turkey.