Field of work

Professor Carolyn Ahmer is an architect and teaches physical planning, universal design, aesthetics in planning and buiding matters, architectural history, and cultural heritage conservation. She has been professionally responsible for the Government's competence program (K5) on universal design and increased accessibility within the scope of the Planning and Building Act. Ahmer participates in various interdisciplinary research projects related to public health, social sustainability, and fire safety. Her research in architectural and conservation theory has been published in international journals such as The Journal of Architecture and Journal of Architectural Conservation. 

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Courses taught
  • BYG113 Physical Planning
  • MOA271 Aesthetics, Architecture and Cultural Environments
  • MOA300 Master in Land Management
Research areas
  • Physical Planning
  • Public Health and Social Sustainability
  • Universal Design
  • Architectural Theory and History
  • Cultural Heritage Management


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