Ahmad Nouraldeen

→ Master of Architecture and Engineering
Bauhaus Institute of Membrane and Shell Technologies – Germany, With Distinction
→ Bachelor of Architecture
The American University of Beirut – Beirut, With Distinction
→ Member of Chamber of Engineers Saxony Anhalt, Germany
Licensed Architect in Beirut, Lebanon


Ahmad is founding partner of Snono Studio and an Assistant Professor in the American university of Beirut. Ahmad taught, paneled and
lectured in international design studios in Italy, Germany and Lebanon in the subjects of parametric and environmental design, computational
optimization and responsive structures.

Prior to Snono Studio, Ahmad worked on world ranked and award winning projects as an environmental designer in Transsolar Klima
Engineering fellowship in Stuttgart, Lead Designer in Nabil Gholam Architects and Najjar-Najjar Architects. Ahmad’s snono studio
projects received several international awards and recognition like the Humanitarian Design Award in Industrial Association International in
New Orleans in 2017, the New Buildings Design Award in Frankfurt in 2016 and the Earth Shell project published in XIA intelligent Architecture
Magazine in Stuttgart.

Ahmad interests lie in multidisciplinary design and smart technologies, environmental responsive and performance design, form-finding and
digital optimizations for the built environment.


@ snonostudio
→Columbia University gsapp Design development for Saida north gate project
→Majid alfutiam Beirut city center environmental design
→Malala Refugees School, sustainability consultants
→South F&B District, tensile structures design and fabrication
→Venice Bienalle Environmental designers for the Beirut Pavilion

@ Nabil Gholam Architects
→Banque Libano Francaise Headquarters, Design Architect
→Doha Oasis Tower Skin, Design Architect
→Dar Al Ouloum Library, Design Architect
→Qatar Ministry of External Affairs, Design Architect

@ Transsolar Klima Engineering
→Louvre Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, Collaboration with Jean Nouvel
→Al Fayah Park, Abu Dhabi, Collaboration with Thomas Heatherwick Studio
→LACMA Museum, Los Angeles, Collaboration with Peter Zumthor