Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem
Chair in Architecture at Nottingham Trent University.
Experts Meeting: Home/Family and Climate Change
Working Paper | Connected homes for older People: Role of family and locality in combating Climate Change
Conference: Happy Homes, Happy Society?
HRF Publication: People, Care and Work in the Home
HRF Publication: The Home in the Digital Age
Experts Meeting: The Home in a Digital Age
Working Paper | Contested Homes in the Age of the Cloud: The Changing Socio-Spatial Dynamics of Family Living and Care for Older People in the 21st Century
Book Launch: The Home: Multidisciplinary Reflections in Nottingham
HRF Publication: The Home: Multidisciplinary Reflections
Working Paper | Responsive homes of old Cairo: Learning from the past, feeding in the future
Professor Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem is Chair in Architecture and the Founding Director of the Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH), and co-lead of Global Heritage Research at Nottingham Trent University. He previously lectured and taught architecture and design at The Royal Academy of Arts in London, University of California at Berkeley, University of Sheffield and Queen’s University Belfast. Professor Abdelmonem advises several governments and international organisations on aspects of sustainable heritage preservation, urban planning and the architecture of home. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and the 2014 recipient of the Jeffrey Cook Award for outstanding research in the Built Environment.