Namaa Qudah

Nama’a Qudah is an architect of words and spaces. She has obtained her Bachelor’s in Architecture from the German Jordanian University in 2012 and her MArch in the field of Theory and Design from the University of Nottingham in 2014. She filled the position of a full time lecturer at the University of Jordan between 2015 and 2019, after having practiced architecture between Jordan and Germany. Her research work has been presented in a number of conferences in Jordan and abroad. Nama’a is currently a doctoral candidate in the (Borders and Territories) research group at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the Technical University of Delft, Netherlands.

Alongside architecture, Nama’a has a deep passion for design, writing, photography, and intellectual debates. Her projects and research focus on the way politics and social shifts are reshaping cities today and creating new borders and territories as a result, with special emphasis on Palestinian Refugee Camps in Jordan.


The Corner Art Space • 4380 Zahra • Amman, 2018
This collection paints imagined realities for the kids of Gaza Refugee Camp whose tools of survival and adaptation are fairytales and stories.