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Tatami Japanese Restaurant

Sharq, Kuwait

Architects: Jassim AlShehab Location: Sharq, Kuwait Project year: 2011 Photographs: Courtesy of Jassim AlShehab The restaurant is located in the business district “downtown Kuwait”. The design concept was derived from the integration of the “Japanese tatami mats” method of planning and the industrial ambiance of the city. Thus, the seating areas, wall cladding, lighting distribution, Read More

Mondrian Doha, an Iconic Interior by Marcel Wanders

Doha, Qatar

2017 Marcel wanders Edited by: Dana Al Qottob   A wonderful story unfolds around every turn in this contemporary classic hotel, whose iconic building is designed by SWA architects. The Mondrian Doha in Qatar is a five-star destination designed by Marcel Wanders and operated by the global hospitality company SBE, drawing on local knowledge and Read More

New pictures for 3Beirut project by Jubran Elias

Beirut, Lebanon

Beirut, Lebanon Lebanese photographer and Graphic/Web Designer Jubran Elias photographed the 3Beirut project; the first project designed by Foster + Partners to break ground in Lebanon. The scheme is located in the Beirut Central District and has a site within the wider Solidere masterplan for the regeneration of the city center. Jubran Elias © The Read More


Rio Churrascaria

Kuwait City, Kuwait

lab/100 Design Studio Rashed Alfoudari – Dawood Albader 250 sqm 2013 Situated around the corner of Ubon restaurant, Kuwait City, Rio is located at the far end corner of that strip. This is an area that is well known for it’s boutique restaurants. The design of this Brazilian steakhouse is inspired from the textured metallic Read More


Alāan Artspace

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Nurash Designs October 2012   Alaan Art Space is a new space for contemporary arts in Riyadh, which despite the novelty of the contemporary art phenomena in Saudi Arabia, launched by the end of 2012 with an exhibition exploring female identity and societal dynamics. Established by brother and sister Neama and Mohammed Al-Sudairy, a gallery, Read More