(PRPF) Palestine Regeneration Project Forum  is initiated by Golzari - NG Architects (NGA) with the close collaboration and support of Professor Murray Fraser. NGA was originally set up in London in 1992 with the intention of addressing social, environmental and cultural issues in architecture. The practice has been focusing in the past few years on contested spaces mainly in the Palestinian West Bank and Gaza Strip regions. Aiming at widening the network and creating a more interdisciplinary team, the PRPF is now expanding to act as a platform for key academics and practitioners, architects and planner who want to open up the dialogue about Palestine and make a contribution either through their intellectual input or practically engagement with specific design and regeneration projects.

Nasser Golzari

ARB qualified, fully registered architect since 1990. He is the principal partner in Golzari - NG Architects.  MA design module leader at the University of Westminster. A Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University

As an architect, he has worked both in private and public sector since 1985 on a number of projects nationally and internationally.

Yara Sharif

A researcher and a practicing architect working as an Associate in Golzari - NG Architects on projects related to participatory design and social sustainability in London as well as Palestine. Yara is also a lecturer at Oxford Brookes University.

Miriam Ozanne

Services Engineer works with Arup Engineers. Miriam works on developing sustainability strategies for PARTs projects in Palestine.

 

Murray Fraser 

Qualified architect and full-time academic, currently working as Professor of Architecture and Global Culture

Vice-Dean of Research for the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment 

Santiago Rizo Zambrano

Architect from Caracas, Venezuela. He has worked in practice since 2009 in projects of all scales, with a special interest in public spaces.  He has also participated in community-based initiatives to promote a better urban life in the city. Santiago has recently completed an MA in architecture at the University of Westminster and is a full time Architectural Assistant at Golzari - NG Architects 

Rim Kalsoum

Architecture and built environment University of Westminster Part 1 graduate and architectural assistant at Golzari- NG Architects. She is a volunteer at the RIBA education and outreach programme.