Nader El-Bizri (1966 – )
He completed his schooling at the Jesuit / Marist Collège Notre Dame de Fatima des Frères Maristes in Sidon. A British-Lebanese philosopher, historian of science and architect living between Britain and Lebanon, Nader El-Bizri’s areas of expertise are in Phenomenology, in Arabic Sciences and philosophy, and Architectural Theory. He focuses mainly on theories of space and perception, with a particular interest in classical optics and perspective Renaissance traditions. Nader El-Bizri is the co-editor of a book series in phenomenology and has also acted as consultant, expert advisor and referee to a variety of institutions, including the Solomon Guggenheim in New York, the Science Museum in London, the Aga Khan Trust for Culture and Architectural Awards in Geneva, and the AHRC (Arts & Humanities Research Council) in Britain.