Ghiath Al Jebawi
Ecosystem analysis and community capital
Parallel thinking and facilitation
Qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis
Spatial data processing, analysis, and visualization (GIS) 2D and 3D vector and pixel tools (3DsMAX, AutoCAD, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
Ghiath Al Jebawi is a researcher, urbanist and a development consultant. His research and practice focuses on micro dynamics of recovery and development processes.
His work in urbanism in fragile contexts shifted his practice gradually to investigating and mapping complexity, community, governance, and socioeconomics, considerably inspired by technology, art, and systems thinking.
Al Jebawi completed his Masters in Architecture from Politecnico di Milano, Italy in 2016. He received his bachelor of architecture from Damascus University in 2010. Until 2011, he worked as an architect in Damascus and taught urban planning at Damascus University. He lived in Deraa, Damascus, Beirut, Venice, Milan, and Cologne, so he speaks Arabic, English, Italian and German.
- Research Project: Urban Narration from Arab to European Refuge Cities, essay n.07 in the Critical Stage Series, published by ZAK from KIT, 2017 (https://publikationen.bibliothek.kit.edu/1000071776)
- After the Cologne attacks, refugees must be housed within the wider community (op-ed), the guardian, 2016
City Development Frame, The City as a Unit of the Syrian Countryside Recovery – Azaz, Routledge book, 2021