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University of Houston

March 22, 2013

Nahid Haimonty  of the Gerald D. Hines college of Architecture was one of six students shortlisted for the UN Initiated WAN-Better Cities Better Lives competition which was presented at World Architecture Day 2012 in London. Students from all over the world submitted projects and only six were shortlisted:

The submissions were judged by WAN’s Editor in Chief Michael Hammond, WAN’s Business Information Manager Caroline Stephens and CEO of World Cities Network Brian Kilkelly.

Assistant Professor Wendy Fok was Nahid's instructor/thesis advisor.

 

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