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Carabus, Traditional craft with processes of advanced robotic fabrication

Dubai, UAE

The Carabus Collection from Ammar Kalo on Vimeo. Sharjah based designer and architect Ammar Kalo debuted his latest collection during Dubai Design Week 2019. Titled Carabus, the set is made of robotically formed copper, camel leather and wood. Formed by Robots, crafted by People The CarabusCollectionisthe result of conflating concepts of traditional craft with processes Read More

Interview with Rue Kothari on Downtown Design 2018

Dubai, UAE

Downtown Design will return in its sixth edition next week from 13-16 November 2018. The highly anticipated event will take place in its custom-built exhibition space on the d3 Waterfront. We interviewed Rue Kothari – Fair Director at Downtown Design 
- to talk more about the selection of established and emerging exhibitors, Downtown Edition and 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

Concrete at Alserkal Avenue

Dubai, UAE

Herskhazeen has recently visited the newly inaugurated Concrete building at Alserkal Avenue in Al qouz industrial district in Dubai, UAE. Photos by Dubai based architect and designer Murad El Zagal OMA 2017 Text by: Mohammad Aljabi © Murad El Zagal © Murad El Zagal Pritzker Award-winner Rem Koolhaas recently opened OMA’s first project in Dubai after Read More

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Khatt

Dubai, UAE

LOCI architecture + design 2014 LOCI – Emirati based, culturally driven design studio – shared with us their latest creation Khatt. More about this slick design with words from the designer: Driven by its locus, “Khatt” came into realization to answer a regional need using local design, knowledge, and handcraft. Its minimalist dematerialised design approach Read More