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JONATHAN B. NERQUAYE TETTEH

0208192574

jnerquayetetteh@central.edu.gh    

 

CAREER OBJECTIVES

To promote and engage in effective teaching and learning activities in the design, development and management of the built environment.

To conduct scientific research in the field of architecture, especially in areas of natural ventilation, green architecture, climate, culture and environment and encourage research publications and the application of these problem solving findings to enrich community, urban and national development. 

BRIEF PROFILE

He is with the Department of Architecture in the School of Applied Sciences. He is a Ghanaian and is married with two children. He is an Associate Member of the Ghana Institute of Architects (Ghana Institute of Architects, Registered Architect No. 388, February 1993).

Areas of interest spanning various aspects of Architecture and Urban Design to include: 

Architectural Design, Office/Commercial Development, Cultural Development, Institutional Development, Religious Development, Recreational and Entertainment, Estate Development (Housing and Amenity Building), Urban Conservation and Renewal, Eco-Development and Environmental Improvement, Landscape Development Plans

 

EDUCATION 

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.March, 2014 (Ongoing)

College of Architecture and Planning ,Department of Architecture,  MSc. Architecture                            

Merrja Technologies (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)December, 2009 Certificate Project Management

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.

Faculty of Environmental and Development studies, Department of Architecture

1986-1989P.G. DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE.

1981-1986B.Sc. Design. (HONS),

 

Research and Publications

1.    “Architectural Education-Thoughts and Observations”, The Ghana Architect, 50th Anniversary Edition, October, 2012

2.    Research (on – going)

  • The Effects of Natural Ventilation On The Thermal Comfort Of Residential Rooms In The Tropics. Tema, Mataheko - Afienya As A Case Study, Ghana
    • Exploring Natural Ventilation as an Energy Saving Approach in Residential Buildings and Public Buildings.
    • Benefits of Urban Open Spaces in Tema, Ghana.

P. G. Diploma in Architecture KNUST, 

BSc (Hons), Design

An Architect, Lecturer and Associate member of the Ghana Institute of Architects, with over twenty years of Architectural practice and teaching experience.  

Currently pursuing an MSc in Architecture.  

Areas of interest:

Estate Development to include Commercial/Cultural/Institutional and Religious Designs

Urban Conservation and Renewal, Eco-Development and Environmental Improvement and the

Visual Arts and Crafts.

Research interests include:

    1. Effects of natural ventilation on the thermal comfort in the urban environment.  
    2. Exploring natural ventilation as an energy saving approach in residential and public buildings.
    3. Benefits of urban open spaces in Tema.
    4. Thoughts and observations of Architectural education  

 

 

 


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