Sima Rouholamin is a registered architect and lecturer on the DT101 Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) programme. She lectures in architectural design studio, building technology and environmental science.
Sima Rouholamin is a lecturer and a doctoral candidate at Dublin School of Architecture. Sima gained her Bachelor of Architectural degree from University College Dublin in 2004. On completion of her part II, she worked with John O’Neill and Associates Architects (JONA) where she had previously worked on a part-time capacity whilst studying architecture. At JONA she gained valuable architectural experience in a variety of architectural projects and design methodologies. In 2005, she part founded Twenty Architecture, where she further explored her interests in environmental & human centred design and further developed multidisciplinary collaboration in small practice setting. In 2008, she completed her professional practice exams and became member of Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland.
Her interest with the process of design brought her back to academia and DIT, where she has been teaching and learning since 2007.
She is particularly interested in Architectural and Design Pedagogies and is currently examining ‘the effectiveness of assessment and feedback methods on students/ creative process in architecture and its’ associated impact on levels of ‘play’ and experimentation on students’ design process.’