Ermal Shpuza

eshpuza Ermal Shpuza’s research interests span across architectural and urban morphology, complex systems in cities, urban history, workplace design and design computing. He studies the evolution of Mediterranean cities, interaction between boundary shape and circulation network in buildings and cities, shape description, and effects of building floorplate on daylight. He teaches studios in urban and environmental design, and courses in spatial analysis, urban design theory and environmental technology. He received his architectural professional degree from Polytechnic University of Tirana, MSc in Architecture from the Bartlett, University College London, and PhD in Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology. He is currently a Sustainability Fellow at Kennesaw State University

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