AbstractsComputer Science

An Archeology of Postmodern Architecture: A Reading of Charles Jencks' work

by Iheb Guermazi

Institution: University of Washington
Year: 2014
Keywords: Archeology; Architecture; Charles Jecnks; Postmodernism; Architecture
Record ID: 2033186
Full text PDF: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/25910


Iheb Guermazi 5612 Roosevelt Way, Apt C3, Seattle. WA, 98105 Phone: 425 628 7787, [email protected] /* */ EDUCATION: - PhD student, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Department of Architecture: History, Theory and criticism of art and architecture program. (Stating from Fall 2014) - Ms. History and Theory of Architecture, University of Washington (UW) 2014 - March. Architecture, Architecture school of Tunis ( ENAU) 2009 - BA. Architecture, Architecture school of Tunis ( ENAU) 2007 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Architect, founding member at Studio 3, Tunis, Tunisia. Since January 2014. - Junior Architect, AUBE Architecture and Design office, Shenzhen China, 2011- 2012 Design : Wuhan sports complex ( Football Stadium, Gymnasium, indoor Pool) / Competition. Design: Shenzhen Shuibei Tower (Multi functional tower, commercial, Residential) / Competition - Intern, ODBC, Odile Decq Benoit Cornette Architects, Paris France, 2009 - 2010 Scenography: Macro Museum at Rome (preparations for the museum's opening - 2010 ) Design: CGI headquarters project - Rabat, Morocco - Intern, Ajmi Mimita architecture office: Tunis, Tunisia, 2006 Architectural surveys and drawings: Alesco headquarters project, Tunis. AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS: MIT PRESIDENTIAL Fellowship , Aga Khan Program, Massachusetts Institute of technology Floyd A.NARAMORE Fellowship, University of Washington, 2014 FULBRIGHT Scholarship, U.S Department of State. 2012 - 2014 ARTICLES AND LECTURES: - Guest lecturer: " Form and signification in contemporary architecture". `Paul Davis and Partners Architecture Office'. London. August 2014 (anticipated) - Guest lecturer: "Islam: Terminology and Etymology", Seattle Pacific University. May 2013 - Guest lecturer: `reconsiderations about Islamic Jurisprudence" University of Washington, Muslim Student association. October 2013 LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: Arabic (Native speaker) - French (fluent) - English (proficient) OTHERS: - Member of the Tunisian Architects Professional Association - Member at the ICOM / UNESCO ( International Council of Museums)