Mohammed is a PhD Student under Dr Eshrar Latif and Magda Sibley’s supervision. He is interested in environmental design for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Countries. He achieved his Master of Environmental Design from School of Architecture and Built Environment in Nottingham University 2018. Prior to that, he graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Architecture from Qassim University, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). He worked as a teaching assistant in Nottingham University before that he was working in Qassim University. He has gained varied educational background which contributed to his research skills and social network.
With respect to awards, he has won a prize in the Passivhaus Competition 2018 for his design in Nottingham University. Then he received an award from Prince Sultan bin Salman Awards for Urban Heritage in 2015. Regarding his contributions, he is a member of the Saudi Heritage Preservation Society. Furthermore, he has been elected to represent Al-Qassim region, KSA.