Born and raised in Aleppo, Syria, one of the oldest cities in the world, Kam naturally developed a passion for architecture due to his ancient surroundings. Influenced by neighboring countries, Syrian architecture is a unique example of cross-culturalism design. Aesthetics aside, Kam’s decision to pursue architecture stems from a desire to help people lead better lives. Designing a hospital for Syrian refugees in Turkey remains his most memorable project, describing the process as one “that directly touched my heart.” Outside of work, family is at the core of Kam’s personal life, especially his three brothers and three sisters. He also enjoys woodworking, cooking, and fishing.