It was not an easy task to choose the best project out of the thirteen presented by the participatants at the final, all of them being winners of their respective editions. But it was finally Ahmad Alkattan, from Heriott-Watt University in Dubai, Arab Emirates, who won the prize, which included 3,000 euros in prize money, a workshop at Domaine Boisbuchet, a BenQ monitor and a Wacom Tablet.
Ahmad Alkattan, Syrian, 28 years old. He joined Aedas Middle East - Dubai Office after graduating in 2016 with a Bachelor degree in Architectural engineering with honors of the first class, and is currently pursuing his master of science in renewable energy engineering (class of 2020) at the Heriot-Watt University Dubai Campus. Ahmad has a passion for art, architecture, sustainability, minimalism and he is extremely interested in exploring the fusion of all the aforementioned together.
Ahmad has had the chance to be part of many regional and international projects, including the interior design of the future-themed iconic metro station of Expo 2020 in Dubai, ENOC petrol station and futuristic retail in Expo 2020 and the super high-rise near-completion W.O.W. (SLS) hotel in Business Bay.