Nov 28, 2017 6:00–8:00am
|Organized by:||Housing & Building National Research Center
|Venue:||Housing & Building National Research Center|
|Address:||87 Tahrir Street, Dokki, Giza
P.O. Box 1770
|Admission:||Free public event|
|Event Language:||Presentation language Arabic , Slides language English|
How can the future housing in Egypt play a pivotal role in overcoming the challenge of an estimated annual demand of 500,000 housing units, an anticipated demographic change with 60% of the population less than 30 years old, and around 800,000 jobs needed annually?
The seminar will shed light on the triad potentials of urban development, using a case study in one of the informal areas in Giza, Greater Cairo. The results demonstrate how flexibility and technology can play a major role towards resolving the chronic housing challenge, and yet can improve the quality of life of a large spectrum of Egyptians.
Feedback during the seminar will help enrich the proposed change and explore future channels for national and international collaborations for future implementation.
Seminar & Discussion
Tuesday 28thNovember 2017, 6.00 PM
Housing & Building National Research Center (HBRC)
Tahrir St., Dokki, Giza
Presentation by PI: Associate Professor Dr. Wafaa Nadim
Architectutre and Urban Design Program
German University in Cairo (GUC)
Presentation language Arabic , Slides language English
Affordable and Adjustable Living and Mobility for Integrated Urban Systems in Egypt (A2 L MOBILIUS)
A collaborative research project between The German University in Cairo (GUC) and Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Funded by Science and Technology Development Fund in Egypt (STDF) and The Federal Ministry of Education and Research in Germany (BMBF)