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Friday Sermon; Bahrain’s National Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2018

Venice, Italy

Text by Farah Abdel Jawad Photos by Giulia Bruno The Bahrain National Pavilion in its fifth participation explored this year’s theme of Freespace, by tackling the topic of Sermon or Khutba.  Friday Sermon is a religious ritual organized by oratory practice usually performed every Friday in all mosques around the world due to its important Read More

Your Guide for Amman Design Week 2017

Amman, Jordan

Text by Mohammad Aljabi for Herkhazeen If you’re planning to visit Amman Design Week 2017 (if you haven’t already), this article will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the event and what to visit. Amman Desing week is running until October 14th. An overview of the event’s venues © Mohammad Aljabi This year’s theme, Read More

Time is Measured by Distance

Marrakesh, Morocco

Saba Innab 2016 Time is Measured by Distance, is composed of two sculptures made of cement and plaster. The work was built on site at the Badi Palace for Marrakesh Biennial 2016. “The memorials which your own and other nations have once had of the famous actions of mankind perish in the waters at certain Read More

Adaptive Reuse of Amman Electricity Hangar

Amman, Jordan

Adaptive Reuse of Amman Electricity Hangar & the Building of Ras al Ein Gallery TURATH: Architecture & Urban Design Consultants Amman, Jordan The main idea behind the project is granting voice to, and adapting Amman’s heritage of “modernity” in general and its “industrial facilities and architecture” from the Modern period in particular to contemporary new Read More

HKZ2013 Highlights: Sustainable Development

Various, Various

    Architecture is an essential arena for sustainable innovation. Buildings represent about half the annual energy and emissions in the U.S. and three-quarters of its electricity. With the built environment growing — the U.S. building stock increases by about 3 billion square feet every year — architects have a historic opportunity to transform its impact Read More