Dr. Hassan Radoine is currently the Director of the Ecole Nationale d’Architecture in Morocco.
A former Fulbright Scholar, he holds a M.Sc. and Ph.D. (2001-2006) in Architecture and Urbanism from University of Pennsylvania. As a Prince of Wales’ Scholar, he received an M.Phil. in Architecture from the Prince of Wales Institute of Architecture in London (1997). His first Diploma of Architecture/urbanism is from the Ecole Nationale d’Architecture in Rabat (1993). He taught in University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth College, University of Sharjah, American University of Sharjah, and Al Akhwayn University.
He has held several senior positions and was a key architect-planner responsible for establishing the urban conservation & development strategy for UNESCO World Heritage City of Fez. He has been an active professional consultant for international bodies such as UNESCO, ICOMOS, ICCROM, MCC, Aga Khan Award of Architecture, and World Bank. His research and practice interest includes Urban Planning, Urban Conservation & Development, Contemporary Architecture and Urbanism in the MENA region.
He was also the curator of the Exhibition on “Contemporary Architecture and Engineering in the Middle East” organized by the Center of Architecture, American Institute of Architects (AIA), in New York, 2012. He published several chapters in books, journal papers, and technical reports. His ongoing book with Wiley International is entitled “Architecture in Context: Designing in the Middle East.”