Spaces defined by change or that define change?
In the heart of London’s Soho sits a stoic and unaltered piece of history. Since 1949 Bar Italia has been serving espressos, latte and paninos to wide and eclectic […]
Simon Fraser speaks to Arabpolitecture about Hopkins Architects, the recession and how Dubai will move forwards. Tucked away a hundred metres or so around the corner from Noor Islamic bank […]
Tucked away neatly in the throbbing financial heart of Dubai lies the Moving Museum, nestled safely in the confines of DIFC gate village this oasis of experimental and contemporary art […]
Recently back from a quick tour of Dubai, I met a series of artists, architects, designers and thinkers who have now used the region as a springboard for change. Dubai […]
Does this vertical game of one-upmanship signal the end of the recession or is Gulf an exception to economic and social norms? Plans have been unveiled for the worlds tallest […]
On an ever decreasing magnitude of scales Egypt then Cairo then Tahrir and finally KFC in Tahrir represents a confluence of intersecting, overlapping and often contradictory tectonic plates of identity. […]
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