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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

The Abandoned Fairgrounds by Oscar Niemeyer

Tripoli, Lebanon

Edited by: Sundos Abu Reyal Photos by Herskhazeen   Herskhazeen visited the abandoned Rashid Karameh Fair in Tripoli, Lebanon to photograph and document the status of the project during Beirut Design Week 2018 press visit. In 1963, Oscar Niemeyer was commissioned by the Lebanese government to design a complex for international fairgrounds in Tripoli, Lebanon. Read More

The Museum of Civilization

Beirut, Lebanon

GM Architects 2014 A view of the museum from the monolith. Image © GM Architects The Museum of Civilization will be sited in Martyr’s square, Beirut, and take the form of an excavation in the earth. Visitors will enter the excavation on a scaffolding system that is 20 meters by 60 meters in area, with Read More

Top 10 most visited articles on HKZ!

Various, Various

From inspiring projects to influential features, this top 10 list illustrates the most visited articles so far on HKZ. #1 Eco-Tourism And Rangers Academy by Ammar Khammash The project, which will be the first of its kind in the region, is an international-standard academy for eco-tourism and environmental ranger services in Ajloun. It aims, on Read More

Architecture

DAR HI

dar al baida, Tunisia

Matali Crasset created an ecological house in the Tunisian desert. After the experience of the HI hotel in Nice, now Dar HI in Nefta which is the fruit of the collaboration between Matali Crasset, Patrick Elouarghi and Philippe Chapelet with a new concept of eco-retreat. Matali literally rose a citadel, from the sand, dedicated to Read More