Ghali Bouayad is a Moroccan born architect awarded a  doctorate of fine arts from Tokyo University of The Arts (Ph.D, 2021). He received his M.Arch II at the Paris La Villette architectural school after spending his final year at Kyushu University G.S.D (2015). Ghali Bouayad now lives and practices in Japan, working with architectures, speculative diagrams, mixed realities, drawings, physical models and text, while being concerned In his practice by the notion of ornamentation in the age of postdigital architecture,  the impact of technology on aesthetics, crafts and phenomenology. 
Between 2015 and 2017 he worked with Les Ateliers Christian De Portzamparc and with Jakob+Macfarlane in Paris. And since then, he has exhibited internationally and received multiple awards for his work: at Itabashi Art Studio, Tokyo (2018); the 2nd prize for the reconversion of the Yahata Civic Hall (2015, Japan); the Japanese Monbukagakushou Fellowship, (2017-2021); the Architectural Institute of Japan jury prize for the Ginza Architectural Grand Prix, (2018); and in 2020 the A-And-A Corp オアシス Research Grant and has exhibited at the Tokyo Geidai Museum;  among others.
In 2021, Ghali Bouayad joined the Tokyo office of Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA, while developing his practice, GBAARA.


2021年からは、妹島 和世と西沢 立衛のSANAAにて勤務している。