LBA wants to Redefine Architecture

The vice-chairman of the Libyan Board of Architecture (LBA), Hisham Al-Ghadi, has said that the whole sector must reorganise to conform to the needs of post-revolution Libya.

According to a report from Libya Herald, he said that it is important to separate architecture from engineering, adding that the role of the architect was marginalised under the previous regime for the benefit of the engineer, and that attention must also be given to interior design and other architectural components of a building.

Based in Tripoli, where it recently opened a centre offering lectures and courses, the LBA has over 400 members across Libya and plans to open branches in other cities.

(Source: Libya Herald)

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply