Public Dialogue: Sustainable Architecture in Jordan
Join the GU Art Galleries for a Public Dialogue on Sustainable Architecture in Jordan led by the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies’ Sakka Family Fund Visiting Scholar, Ammar Khammash.
Khammash established Ammar Khammash Architects, a practice in Amman, Jordan, that encompasses more than just architecture; rather, his company helps clients with circulation and landscape management, building design, and interior design. Khammash is one of Jordan’s most noted architects and is an accomplished artist and photographer. Since 1990, Khammash has mounted several solo painting exhibitions in Jordan, India, Germany, and the United States. Most recently, Khammash is a 2019 laureate of the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture.
The Public Dialogue is a part of a series of free, multidisciplinary programs that expand upon themes of the ongoing exhibition DESIGN TRANSFIGURED/WASTE REIMAGINED.
Image: Khammash Architects, Wadi Al Mujib Nature Reserve, 2014.
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 to 7:00pm
Edmund A. Walsh Memorial, MARIA & ALBERTO DE LA CRUZ ART GALLERY
1221 36th St., N.W., Washington