Nairy Hampikian
Nairy Hampikian is an architect who graduated from Cairo University and has enriched her professional formation in historic preservation, Islamic and Armenian history of architecture, and archaeology in different international Universities in Egypt, Armenia, Italy, Germany and the USA. Since 1985, she has been involved in different international excavation/conservation projects in different architectural and archaeological fields in Egypt. Having specialised in the conservation of monuments in Historic Cairo since 1998, she is the director of the USAID funded Bab Zuwayla Conservation Project. Simultaneously, she lectures widely, writes articles on various architectural and conservation subjects around the world, and teaches architectural conservation in the Architectural Department of Misr International University (MIU) in Cairo.

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