Meet the Author
Mahmud Tantoush is a Lecturer at the Manchester School of Architecture and a researcher with the Complexity, Planning and Urbanism Lab (CPU- Lab) at Manchester Met University. He began researching how urban space, urban change, and the spatial history of Tripoli are shaped by different political/ideological periods through a methodology combining GIS tools and archival material during his Master’s degree research. His current research interests revolve around analysing and linking Urban Dig Data and urban form to better understand how cities are experienced and used across different spatial and temporal scales. Other research interests include smart cities; crowdsourced urban data; geographic data science; urban morphology; and complexity theories.
Works by the Author
Architecture of the Territory: Constructing National Narratives in the Arab World
Co-published with Collective for Architecture