He has made several documentaries and given interviews to national and international TV channels on heritage issues, as well as on the history and archaeology of the City of Rabat.
He is a member of several civil society associations for the preservation and enhancement of cultural and archaeological heritage, including the Jaime Navarro holds a Degree in Architecture from the University of Seville and was granted the Extraordinary Ph D award by the University of Seville for his Doctoral Thesis “Sobre Iluminación Natural en Arquitectura”.
He is also a current board member of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy and a past Regional Director of AIA National, and President of AIA Chicago.
Gunny is a General Services Administration (GSA) Peer Professional, and a Fellow of the AIA and US/ICOMOS.
More recently he was Head of the Department of Architectural Constructions I of the University of Seville.
Until 2017 he headed TEP Research Group 130 “Arquitectura, Patrimonio y Sostenibilidad”, whose major lines of research include Natural Lighting, Architectural Acoustics, and Energy Efficiency.
A very special moment at our event in Dallas when our president Kay Coles James surprised Heritage expert Romina Boccia—there wasn't a dry eye in the room.
Gunny Harboe, FAIA, Fellow US/ICOMOS, is an internationally recognized architect dedicated to the recognition, preservation, and conservation of the world’s cultural heritage.
He has been head researcher and participated in numerous research projects financed through competitive calls for projects.
He has supervised thirteen doctoral theses and numerous Master’s Final Projects.