Amr Elsayed

Architect and designer. Intern at TSPA 

Amr is an architect and urbanist with an artistic glance. He studied architecture in the University of Alexandria, and now he’s a M.Sc. student of Urban Development in Technische Universität Berlin.

During his postgraduate studies, he found his interest scope in urban development and its pertinence with design fields and how both physical and digital graphical tools can work together to shape the full image.

His current research focus on the impact of human behaviour in the formation of spaces. Some of his fields of interest are: sociology, new town issues, urban renewal and informal settlements.

He believes in the importance of on field research through site visits, urban excursions, public surveys and watching user experiences.

He is also interested on the role of graphic design in the areas of urban planning and architecture. In 2017, Amr took part as co-author in writing a book documenting Alexandria’s heritage buildings as part of his interest in design elements theories for the historic buildings and heritage properties.

Amr joined TSPA in 2020 as part of his plans to gain academic knowledge, practical experience and social interactions.