Kais Al-Rawi is a registered architect (JEA). Born in Amman, Jordan. He holds a Masters Degree in Emergent Technologies & Design from the Architectural Association in London, and is a graduate of Ryerson University in Toronto.
He is currently based in Los Angeles, California and has recently joined Walter P Moore & Associates' Envelope Design Practice. Prior to that he has been working with award-winning practices including Synthesis Design + Architecture.
Kais specializes in generative design methodologies involving computation, investigating the potential they hold within Architecture and Urbanism. He also directs and teaches at the Architectural Association' Visiting School Programme in Jordan.
Kais's School Blog on Archinect:
This blog will be about the AA visiting school workshop in Jordan. Occuring this June, between Amman and the two UNESCO world-heritage sites of Petra and Wadi Rum.
The workshop includes invited faculty including Kais Al-Rawi, Julia Koerner, Vincenzo Reale, Marie Boltenstern and Mohamed Makkouk
Also world-renown guests including Ross Lovegrove and Wael Attili more information at http://jordan.aaschool.ac.uk
Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), Amman, JO, Programme Director - Visiting School Jordan
Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), London, GB, Masters, Architecture - Emergent Technologies & Design
Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, CA, BArch, Architecture
AIA 2x8 Exhibition Design, 1st Place
Awarded first place for the design and construction of 2014 2X8 exhibition. In collaboration with Marie Boltenstern and Julia Koerner
TEX-FAB SKIN Finalist, Award
Cellular Complexity in collaboration with Marie Boltenstern and Julia Koerner was selected as one of the four short-list projects, funded prototype to be exhibited in ACADIA 2013 for the second round jury.
'Cellular Comlexity' awarded Second Place for the NYC Convention Center / Casino International Competition
D3 Natural Systems - New York City, Honorable Mention
'Urban Fluctuation' awarded an Special Mention for Research Methodologies