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Roula Qubain, AIA, LEED

Project Architect, Flad Architects


Roula Qubain is a Project Architect at Flad Architects. She has more than 26 years of diverse experience in the architectural industry, five years of which as the principal of her own firm, H2Q Architecture. She has held positions with nationally and internationally prominent design firms. Her professional interests include community redevelopment, adaptive reuse, universal design, and sustainable architecture.

She a member of the Urban Design Assistance Team for Jamestown, NC; the restoration of Hatta Village in Dubai, UAE; and the international workshop for revitalizing the commercial center in Rackeve, Hungary. She is the founder of UDACUS, a non-profit with a mission to provide urban design assistance to communities under stress due to urban conflicts, natural disasters, or lack of funding.

After serving in numerous roles, Roula held the office of President of AIA Triangle and served on the AIA North Carolina Executive Committee as the Director of Allied Relations. She is a founding board member and Programming Director of OWIT- Greater Triangle (Organization of Women in International Trade).

Roula holds a Master of Architecture with a minor in Urban Design from North Carolina State University, where she graduated with Honors, received the School of Design’s Academic Achievement Award, and was a Phi Kappa Phi inductee. She is accredited by LEED®, NCARB certified and is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the Society for College and University Planning. She is a registered architect in the State of North Carolina and Jordan.