Zohaib Sajid Shaikh, architecture student from Heriot Watt University, talks about how culture impacts the architecture community.
“I would say, architecture starts from being the most basic social need of an individual, which is a shelter. It impacts people’s behaviour and their daily actions including how they live, eat or play and vice versa. We, as designers, always thrive to make people’s lives better and I think that is the ultimate motto of architecture.” – Zohaib Sajid Shaikh
This video was submitted by Zohaib Sajid Shaikh as part of the RIBA Gulf Social Media Student Campaign.
The RIBA Gulf Social Media Student Campaign aims to raise awareness about the importance of social, cultural, and economic factors in architecture through social media engagement with students, architects, and built environment professionals.
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