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Md Abdullh Al Zobair

Doctoral Researcher in Architecture
School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment
Nottingham Trent University


Md Abdullh Al Zobair, Assistant Professor (On Leave) at the State University of Bangladesh and a practicing architect in Dhaka. After his bachelor´s degree in Architecture he has completed his joint masters degree from Erasmus Mundus Scholarship funded by the European Union in Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria (Italy) and Universidad de Sevilla (Spain), where he studied Building Damage Assessment and Repair Procedures and Conservation & Optimization of Energy Performance in Buildings respectively.

He is fond of travelling and has explored saveral places of Asia and Europe. He has published some papers and active participants in many seminars, workshop, conference around the world. He also loves to experience different cultures and happy to learn new languages

Presently he is a Research Assistant and doing his PhD research on 'Exploring The Modernity From The Vernacular Built From at Panam Nagar-Sonargaon, Bangladesh' at Nottingham Trent University (UK) funded by the prestigious Vice Chancellor Bursary. His personal philosophy rests on the belief that architecture is, at its most fundamental, a cultural activity. As such, his research focuses on understanding of modernity in the cultural context.