Hebatuallah Hendawy


Open Architecture Collaborative - Cairo Chapter Dir


Quick Bio

After my graduation from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Cairo. I obtained a Global Business Institute entrepreneurship diploma (Mini MBA) from Kelley School of Business, IU, USA. I also did an online diploma in “Understanding Place-making”, UK.
My graduation project took the gold medal by IEEE for Egyptian engineering bachelor students' projects of class 2012. Last but not least, I had been advocating the culture of debating since 2010 until she was able to initiate the first Arabian independent debating platform “Debate Egypt” which I presented at TEDx 2013.
Currently, I am the Middle East Representative for Open architecture collaborative ( formerly known as Architecture for Humanity) and the only Arabian member in the place-making leadership council created by PPS .
I am finishing my double degree master thesis IUSD about what I call "Forgotten Spaces". Forgotten Spaces is a participatory design and construct initiatve aiming to seek out redundant and neglected spaces across Self-built communities.

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