Waled Shehata
Graduate Heritage Consultant

Dr Waled Shehata is a heritage consultant with a background in architectural heritage, architecture and interior design.

He holds a PhD in Architecture from the Abedian School of Architecture and Bond University, Queensland.

Waled has experience in providing heritage design advice, schedules of conservation works and heritage impact statements for a broad range of clients, including at a local and state governments levels. His work has spanned a diverse array of sites in New South Wales and Queensland, from retail and museum projects to rural estates to inner-city heritage conservation areas. As a practising architect, Waled has experience in the use of CAD, 3D Max, InDesign and Photoshop.

While undertaking his PhD, Waled was a lecturer in Bond University’s Faculty of Society and Design. He also taught heritage adaptive re-use, architecture and urban design in Egypt and Russia. Waled’s academic and consulting work looks at human engagement with day-to-day heritage through adaptive re-use, the built environment including urban revitalisation, architectural conservation and education.


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PhD in Architecture, Bond University, Queensland, Australia

Master of Science in Architectural Engineering and Environmental Design, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt

Postgraduate Diploma in Urban Planning and Management, University of Twente, Netherlands

Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering, Helwan University, Egypt