"He graduated from the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Garyounis in 2006 where he also worked as a Teaching Assistant. Since graduation he got the opportunity to realize his long lasting dream by applying design as a serious practice. 

Through his professional career he has been engaged in various projects as a designer, from initial concepts to the detail design stage, leading a design team and coordinating with clients. In 2007 he started working at the Libyan Engineering Office (LEO) where he was involved in The Cyrene Declaration Project together with Foster & Partners team. Afterwards he worked at Engineering Consulting Office for Utilities (ECOU) where he had main role in wide range of projects such as Railway Line Project, Tripoli Green Belt Masterplaning, Ghadames Border Crossing, Old Madina Green Mountain, Developing Settlement Rehabilitation and continued with the Cyrene Declaration Project development. In 2009 he moved to London where he was involved in one of the Zaha Hadid Architects projects within Tripoli. In the end of 2009 he became a member of the Urban Planning Council as one of its youngest members where he was involved in reviewing and approving main projects trough Libya. Since 2011 he is a Cofounder and CEO of Libya Design Cultural Centre, one of the eminent offices in Libya relating its main practice to the culture. Since 2012 he is CEO & Design Director in +381Design, Serbia. He won several awards in the field and participated in various seminars considering sustainable development and design including The Green Mountain Project for a Sustainable Future in Libya.

His passion for art and design, vast interest in culture, and constant search for new materials make every project unique brand. He is making sure all the concepts and design visions meet all aspects trough the culture and the needs and aspirations of the client."

Source:
Libya Design. "About us. Muftah Abudajaja." Accessed October 24, 2016.
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