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The Coffee Lab by Amani Tabaza

Amman, Jordan

Amman Design Week launched an award for the Best Restaurant/Cafe Design in Jordan, which was sponsored by Maison & Objet during 2018. The first place winner was a café designed by Amani Tabaza called: The Coffee Lab. The designer described the project as a concrete envelope that wraps the shiny elements inside in order to attract the 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 Burrow

Sabhan, Kuwait

lab/100 Design Studio Rashed Alfoudari – Dawood Albader 1000 sqm 2015 Photography: Nelson Garrido Lab/100 Design Studio completed yet again a brilliant interior for a recreational facility in Kuwait. The studio is known for creating holistic experiences with bold designs using rough natural elements such as stone and steel and complimented with concrete in different treatments Read More

el-Atlal artists & writers residency

Jericho, Palestine

Program: artists and writers residency Surface: 1,420 m2 Location: Jericho, Palestine Architects: AAU Anastas Client: el-Atlal Network Status: under study Launched and exhibited in Paris, the project is now on display at Volume (architecture library and gallery) until the end of February 2015. Created in the summer of 2014, el-Atlal (the Ruins) is a cultural Read More

2013 Aga Khan Award for Architecture Recipients Announced

Geneva, Switzerland

The winners of the the 12th Cycle of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture were announced. This is the twelfth time over 36 years that the they have presented the Aga Khan Award for Architecture. The award cycles have fostered a deeply enriching conversation during this time, one that has involved, altogether over 5000 nominated Read More