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WORLD ARCHITECTURE CONGRESS


the entire architectural community in the Kingdom and providing an unsurpassed opportunity for industry leaders to meet, learn about the newest designs and technologies and hear about the latest Government


architects today, such as: sustainable architecture in the Kingdom, designing and delivering high-rise buildings and development of social infrastructure. Attend the congress in order to: • Learn how to implement the latest sustainable design techniques: Take lessons from the leaders of iconic architecture on applying energy-


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elcome to the first edition of the World Architecture Congress Saudi Arabia – an exclusive, one-of-a-kind event, gathering


projects available. Tis year the World Architecture Congress will focus on issues affecting


efficient design solutions, maintaining cultural identity and capitalizing on the local environment. • Capitalise on emerging opportunities available in this growing market: Hear what the top real estate developers have to say about winning new work, designing for the masses and creating complex large-scale affordable housing compounds. • Take advantage of a condensed programme tailored for your needs:


Enjoy a value-packed, research-driven programme that addresses all your challenges in only one day. • Build new business contacts in the Kingdom and beyond: Take


advantage of your time at the congress to meet and network with leading professionals, and extend your business contacts across the Middle East region as well as internationally l


Meet the Speakers


CT Bien


Senior Principal Architect/Program Manager CH2M Hill International


CT Bien is the lead Senior Principal Architect/Program Manager for


CH2M HILL International. He has more than 25 years of experience in managing multi-discipline teams and staff, specialise in urban master planning, sustainable city & high performance building design, and a variety of projects throughout the globe. A member of American Institute of Architects, Project Management


Professional, Senior Advisor - Te Prince of Wales›s University of Cambridge Programme of Sustainability Leadership Alumni, Te Prince Wale’s Foundation for Built Environment, and an Affiliate Member of Royal Institute of British Architect. International major programs that CT managed: 2012 London Olympic Programme, UK; Masdar, Abu Dhabi; Al Ain Wildlife Park & Resort, Al Ain, UAE; Capital District project, Abu Dhabi, King Abdullah City for Atomic & Renewable Energy, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Badiyah Nature Center, Saudi Arabia. CT has served on AIA Orange County Chapter, RIBA Gulf Chapter,


London Festival Architecture, and London 2012 Olympic Design Committee. He is passionate about architectural design & environmental sustainability initiatives for the local community and aboard.


Shawn Basler Principal Perkins Eastman


Shawn Basler is a Principal of Perkins Eastman and leads the firm’s growing international hospitality practice. With more than 16 years of experience in the hospitality and leisure industry, Shawn has led the planning and design of many internationally recognized developments and destinations. His expertise spans throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the MENA region and includes luxury resort destinations, mixed-use developments, urban hotels, and existing property redevelopments and repositioning.


Prior to joining Perkins Eastman, Shawn was a founding partner of Basler Mosa Design Group, which he merged with Perkins Eastman in 2007. Since that time, Perkins Eastman has grown to become one of the most recognizable architecture and planning firms in the industry. Shawn serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council of his alma mater, Kansas State University, and is a member of the American Institute of Architects, American Planning Association, and Urban Land Institute.


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