Ali Khiri

Holder of a master’s degree in environmental design (2016), Ali acquired his experience both in the community environment and in private firms. Multidisciplinary, he has worked in various fields such as urban planning, ecological water management, integrated architecture and scenography.

He has a systemic vision of development that weaves a link between the user’s experience, his needs, and the socio-economic parameters that influence the configuration of our living spaces. Aware of the impact of development on the issue of equality, he joined Société Logique to contribute to the implementation of universally accessible projects.

« Often forgotten, universal design is still sometimes considered an accessory today. However, changes in demography and our lifestyles are bringing our relationship with our environment back to the fore. The desire to establish social relationships and increase our autonomy makes universal design an important lever for proposing sustainable and adapted solutions. »