How a Moroccan designer became a design superstar

The latest in a series of articles looking at the career of a Moroccan-born architect.

The first thing I noticed about the man is that he has never held a formal architecture degree.

He started as a teacher and has taught architecture at a variety of institutions around the world.

He graduated from the prestigious Doha Design School in Qatar in 2007.

He was then awarded the Diploma of Architecture by the Institute of Urban and Regional Studies in Qatar.

He has also worked at the University of London, the European Institute of Architects, and the University in Abu Dhabi.

He recently completed a master’s degree at the Qatar University of Architecture, where he taught courses on urban design, sustainable design and landscape architecture.

After graduating, he started his own firm, Granit Architecture, which specializes in interiors and interior design.

The firm’s flagship project is the Dubai Tower, which was built on the site of the former Al-Majalla mosque in the Emirate capital.

The design of the Dubai tower, which has a total height of 1,300 metres, is inspired by its architect, the late Saudi architect Abdulaziz al-Mubarak.

It also incorporates a mixture of local and international motifs.

The building has a modern and traditional look with a modernist twist.

The new tower, on the other hand, is based on traditional Arabic architectural principles.

In contrast, the tower’s exterior is made up of traditional Islamic materials, including black tiles and glass.

The building has been completed by a consortium of Dubai-based companies, including Kalyan Group, Al-Aqsa and the Dubai Landscape and Urban Design Authority.

The Dubai Tower is the first tower in the UAE to be built on a site that has been historically part of the city’s Arab heritage.

The tower is a collaboration between the UAE and Dubai-listed developer Bajaj Properties, which owns the Al-Jahrai tower and is building the Dubai International Airport.

In the past, Granits architecture firm has designed buildings for large international corporations.

In 2017, it was awarded the award for Excellence in Urban Design for its work in Dubai.

The firm was founded in 1998 by three young architects, Mohammed al-Almohammed, Mohammed Hamed and Mohammed al-‘Omar.

Al-‘Ommah, a master in civil engineering, founded Granit in 2005.

His son Mohammed was a member of Granit’s first team.

They then hired Mohammed al’Almah’s brother, Abdulazik, as their principal.

The brothers developed Granit as a full-service firm with a focus on design, construction and environmental sustainability.

In 2006, the firm moved into the urban development sector.

In 2008, it established Granit Design, a company dedicated to the development of sustainable design in Dubai and around the Gulf region.

In 2013, the company was awarded a contract to design and build the world’s tallest residential tower in Abu Dubai, the Jumeirah Towers.

The project was awarded to Bajai Properties, the UAE’s largest developer and owner of Al-Zahra, the world-famous Dubai airport.

The tower was the tallest residential building in the world until the Dubai skyline came into existence.

The skyscraper is expected to be completed in 2020.

According to the Dubai Architectural Institute, the new tower will be the tallest structure in the Dubai area, surpassing the Burj Khalifa and the Abu Dhabi International Airport in height.