BIM is here to stay

This year architectural and building services consultants in Dubai have to employ BIM (Building Information Modelling) on major projects to obtain Dubai … More

The gentleman’s lounge

The new GQ Bar delivers a true sense of masculinity with its dark interiors and touches of straight-edge splendor Just as its … More

Sculptor plants 50ft steel towers in Qatari desert

American sculptor Richard Serra has planted four 50ft towers in the Qatari desert for his lastest project entitled “East-West/West-East”. The 74-year-old said … More

Objects of Desire: Meet the sponsors

Objects of Desire is rounding its fourth edition of publication and this month we ask the sponsors what they’re looking forward to … More

What will Expo 2020 mean for the UAE?

Patrick Bean (right), head of design at Mirk Group goes head-to-head with Tareq Abu-Sukheila (left), managing director, Gensler Middle East The award … More

In depth: How architect restored the most historic building in UAE

Architects are fighting to halt the gradual destruction of a building which sets out the history of the UAE in stone. Historic … More

In depth: How Dubai’s The Beach will change city’s character

An architectural project which designers Benoy say will change the character of Dubai is currently entering its final stages of completion. The … More

Expo 2015: Kuwait Pavilion by Studio Italo Rota

The Kuwait pavilion for the Expo 2015 in Milan reveals how its people use education and technology to help build a society … More

Exclusive: OP—EN re-imagines public spaces in Dubai

Interdisciplinary creative practice and think-tank, OP—EN, has proposed an alternative to the incessant high-rise boom, through a project research entitled, the “Urban Botanical … More

Martha Schwarz Partners designs teardrop landscaping for Abu Dhabi plaza

London-based landscape design firm Martha Schwartz designed a green retreat in Abu Dhabi’s Sowwah Square, at the heart of Al Maryah Island, … More

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