Professor Boubekri’s work focuses on sustainable architecture and the intersection of the built environment and human health. Through numerous publications, a recently published book and a second book currently under review, he explores the impact of the lack of daylight inside buildings on people’s health, behavior and overall well-being. More generally, his work also examines the relationship between architectural design, sustainable technologies and building energy/environmental performance. His teaching has encompassed such areas as building illumination, architectural acoustics, building economics, daylighting design, energy and building performance simulations.


Ph.D., Architecture, Texas A&M University; 1990
M.Arch, University of Colorado at Denver; 1985
Dip. Arch, Université des Sciences et Technology d’Oran, Algeria; 1983