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Mashary Al Naim

Architect and urban planner
General Supervisor of the National Built Heritage Center, at the Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities.

Prof. Al Naim is an Architect and urban planner, a professor of architecture at the University of Dammam, and former Deputy Director of Prince Mohammed bin Fahd University, and the former head of the Department of Architecture. He holds a doctoral degree in architectural criticism of Newcastle upon Tyne University (1998) and a master's degree in architecture from the King Faisal University (1993), and Bachelor of King Faisal University (now the University of Dammam) (1990 m).

During the last two decades, Prof. Al Naim worked as a consultant and practitioner for many of the architectural and planning major projects in Saudi Arabia and the region, He participated in several studies with specialized institutes and centers in the world in the field of urban studies. Furthermore, Prof. Al Naim is a writer specialized in architecture and urbanism. In the last two decades, he published hundreds of researches and articles in the fields of architecture in both Arabic and English.