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The Fold; Pakistan’s first National Pavilion at the International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia 2018

Venice, Italy

Text by Farah Abel Jawad For the first time ever, Pakistan will exhibit its National Pavilion at the 2018 International Architecture Biennale in Venice with the contribution and help of a Dubai-based creative platform “Antidote Art & Design”. Curated by Architect Sami Chohan with the help of his design team Bilal Kapadia, Durreshahwar Alvi, Mustafa Read More

Highlights from the Global Grad Show 2017

Dubai, UAE

By Tasnim Tinawi The Global Grad Show during Dubai Design Week displayed over 200 innovative projects from 92 participating universities. The 2017 edition presented students’ work that informs the purpose of design under four different categories: innovation, equality, access, and impact. Brendan Mcgetrick, the curator of the exhibition, felt like these categories are imperative to the Read More


Qasr Amra, Jordan

RUSTY MIRAGE by Mais al Azab and Kiluanji Kia Henda Eastern desert of Jordan near Qasr Amra Close-up photograph of the harmonious skyline space and geometry. Mais al Azab © Rust Mirage is an art installation, collaboration between Angolan artist Kiluanji Kia Henda (proposing an artwork in the Jordanian desert addressing the Dubailisation of the horizon Read More

The Wishing Fountain – مال عام

Beirut, Lebanon

2014 Make a wish and toss a coin into the Wishing Fountain’s lap. This money is public. If you wish to take some, it’s yours. تمنى ما تريد وارم قطع نقدية في حضن النافورة. هذا المال عام, و بإمكانك في أي وقتٍ كان أخذ أي مبلغ شئت. أنه لك. ‘The Wishing Fountain – مال عام’ Read More

Manhattan Broken Case

New York, USA

Architect: Rasem Kamal Location: 25th Street, New York, USA Area: 6,400 sq.m Structural Consultant: Robert Silman Associates MEP Consultant: Buro Happold Façade Consultant: Heintges & Associates, NY 3D Perspectives: Rasem Kamal – PIXEL 3D Totalization Studio: Rice School of Architecture Mark Wamble Fall 2013 The “Broken Case” was based on The Tjibaou Cultural Centre as Read More