Faculty Profile

Dr Mansoor Ahmed

Assistant Professor

School of Architecture and Planning

Department of Architecture

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Dr. Mansoor Ahmed is a licensed Architect and seasoned Academician. He graduated from the prestigious National College of Arts, Lahore in 2004 and earned his doctoral degree from Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey in 2018. He also served at the key positions in internationally renowned Architectural and Construction practices and has a portfolio of projects executed across Pakistan, Turkey, Middle East and Africa. He is familiar with international standards of design and construction. His diverse portfolio comprises of corporate offices, banks, Mosques, hotels, high-rise, mixed use, cultural and educational buildings, and modular housing (in disaster prone areas). His current research is focused on the interrogation of nationalism and hybrid modernity through critically analyzing the architecture and urban development in connection with Post-Colonial Theory, New Islamic Architecture, Identity, New Nation States, Spatial politics and Power.

  • Architectural Theory and Criticism
  • Architecture Pedagogy
  • Urbanism
  • Post-Colonial Theory
Name of Organization Designation Start Date End Date
COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore Campus Lecturer/Assistant Professor 10-02-2010 30-06-2019
Kamran Sheikh Interior Design Junior Architect 01-01-2003 31-10-2004
NUH Group Industrial Constructions Architect/Contract Manager 01-07-2015 31-10-2016
Dorce Prefabricated Building and Construction Industry Trade Inc. Architect 01-12-2012 31-12-2013
Excel Construction Project Director 01-04-2008 31-01-2010
Wateen Telecom Architect / Project Manager 01-04-2007 31-03-2008
M. Aslam Khan and Associates Architect 01-01-2005 31-03-2007
Degree Name & Area Year University City,Country
PhD - Architecture Middle East Technical University Turkey
BS - Architecture National College of Arts Pakistan
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