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Përparim Rama is a renowned Albanian architect and urbanism professional, who has been awarded with international prizes.
He was born on 20 January 1976, in Prishtina. At the age of 16 he moved to the UK. He started his first part of Bachelor’s degree studies in 1995 at the SBU “London Bank University” in Architecture, and completed in 1998. During the period 2001-2003 he continued the second part of his studies at the "University of East London". After Bachelor studies, from 2003 he continued his studies in Master DipArch at the "University of East London". He was chosen as the greatest Master by CECA "Center for Evolutionary Computing in Architecture"
In 2012, at the Venice Architecture Biennale, Rama represented Kosovo for the first time in its history with the Pavilion “Filigree Worker”.
Përparim Rama is known for his commitment to the spatial planning of the Olympic Games in London, in 2012; for his commitment to building the vision of Doha, the capital of Qatar; for major projects in New York, Dublin, Basel, Prague, and all the way to Damascus of Syria.
In 2013, Përparim Rama together with his team won the first prize in the "World Interiors News Annual Award 2013", whereby defeating 1,600 candidates from around the world.
Perparim Rama is also a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects.