Managing Director, AGI Architects
Aisha Alsager currently serves as Managing Director at AGi architects, where she oversees a number of projects spanning a range of program, scale, typology, complexity and overall firm strategy in Kuwait City. Prior to joining AGi, Alsager worked in Boston and New York on a variety of small and large-scale projects. Her experience includes web design, digital fabrication, material research, and temporary installations, to interiors, building, and urban design projects. In 2014, her research piece “Water As Monument,” was featured in Acquiring Modernity, the official publication of the Kuwait Pavilion at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia.
Alsager earned a Bachelor of Architecture from Kuwait University and a Masters in Advanced Architectural Design from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. At GSAPP, she was awarded the Kinne Fellows Traveling Prize for joint research on Design for Disease: In Search of Hyper-Specialization that focuses on specialized hospitals in Northern Europe. Also at GSAPP, Alsager earned the Lucille Smeyser Lowenfish Memorial Prize.