Light, Colour and Views: An Islamic Interpretation of the Visual Trajectory from the Alhambra’s Mirador de Lindaraja during Sultan Muhammad V’s Second Reign

PhD project by Mansoor Ma

Mansoor is a Canadian Landscape Architect who was born in Hong Kong. He was educated in the UK and Canada. Currently, Mansoor is finalising his PhD research in Australia, as a remote student, at the University of Adelaide. His research interests includes: Landscape architectural design, Islamic heritage, and computer 3D technologies. He utilises these interests fully in his PhD work, which is about Islamic interpretation of a landscape built during the period of Muslim rule in Spain, specifically Granada. As well, Mansoor had presented and delivered international conference papers in Canada, Germany, Dubai (U.A.E), Spain and Cyprus, regarding the use of 3D technologies for landscape heritage research.

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