Heba is talking about her four theories that change the vision of architecture in cinema and how architects think by leading a new way of learning that depends on the travel concept starting 3 years ago.
Heba Ragab is a traveler, an architect and the founder of the first cinematic architecture school in Egypt. She invented four theories that can change the vision of architecture in cinema and how architects think; by leading a new way of learning that depends on the travel concept. Heba has a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering and owns copyrights of her inventions and theories. Her previous experience includes filling the position of an executive manager in an architecture engineering consultancy company and now she runs her own business “Archicinema School”
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