Mutasem Al-Sharif, a German architect of Jordanian origin, is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Architecture at the University of Antwerp, Belgium. Specializing in sustainability, his research is focused on low-carbon building techniques and circular economy approaches to managing concrete waste.

Al-Sharif has earned a dual MSc in Facilities and Real Estate Management from the University of Greenwich, London - United Kingdom, and Zuyd University of Applied Sciences, Maastricht - Netherlands. His thesis explored the impact of the Internet of Things (IoT) on energy management in educational buildings. In addition, he was a member of the education committee at Zuyd UAS.

Al-Sharif completed his undergraduate studies in architecture at SRH University Heidelberg, Germany. His professional career spans across various sectors, including construction, real estate, and facility management. He focuses on innovative and sustainable approaches by delivering practical and environmentally conscious architectural and real estate management solutions.

Favourite (interior) architecture project

One of my favourite interior architectural projects is the Oslo Opera House, renowned for its stunning exterior and interior architecture. The building's design allows visitors to walk on its sloping roof, providing an unparalleled experience and a panoramic view of the city.

I like this place because the interior design boasts a harmonious blend of natural materials, such as wood and stone, which create a warm and inviting atmosphere. The Project's success lies in connecting people with the surrounding environment, fostering cultural engagement, and showcasing a perfect blend of form and function.

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