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Hai d3 – Dubai Design District

Dubai, UAE

Design Studio: IBDA Lighting Design: .PSLAB Dubai Design District, d3, was developed to provide a creative ecosystem that surpasses the expectations of a typical creative neighborhood. It has its own beating heart; its own spirit and its own personal style. This is a place where bohemians can live, work and play. Where aspiring designers can Read More

Sa’af by Azaz Architects

Dubai, UAE

Edited By Sarah Hejazin As part of Dubai Design Week’s fifth edition, designers were challenged to recreate the local classrooms of their cultures through one common theme: “ways of learning”. Supported by Ithra, Shahad Alazaz, founder of Azaz Architects presents this year’s Saudi Arabia Pavilion ‘Sa’af’. In collaboration with local craftspeople, ‘Sa’af’ is a research-led Read More

After Pressure – The minimal to no environmental impact furniture by Ammar Kalo

Dubai, UAE

Ammar Kalo2018 Bee’ah, the leading waste management company in the Middle East, has commissioned the UAE-based designer and architect Ammar Kalo to develop a unique communal table for Dubai Design Week 2018 as part of an ongoing effort to transform public perception regarding waste and its potential. After Pressureis a project that up-cycled construction aluminum Read More

‘The Block’ A Sustainable Approach for Public Landscape

Dubai, UAE

desert INK 2017 ‘The Block’ stands out as one of the most unique and innovative landscape designs in the Middle East for providing an example of how site-found waste materials can be successfully utilized to create a unique character and function within a public landscape.   This award-winning urban park project was constructed over a Read More

Robabecciah: The Informal City – The Egyptian National Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2018

Venice, Italy

The Egyptian National Pavilion aims at the upgrading and “governance” of large urban areas allowing a “free use” that contributes to a better living of contemporary metropolises. Proposed as part of a competition hosted by the Egyptian Ministry of Culture, the curators of this year’s pavilion are Dubai-based Egyptian architects Islam Mashtooly and Mouaz Abouzaid, as well as Read More