Iraq’s second-largest university is shaking off the vestiges of war. Its publishing house will reopen soon, and other major projects are nearing completion.
She has won many awards for her work, which reflects her philosophy that architecture should put people first and respect heritage.
“Building Sharjah” traces the urbanization of the city through its architecture and explores related social and political contexts before and after the discovery of oil.
The Emirates’ pavilion explores an environmentally friendly alternative to cement that could greatly reduce global carbon dioxide emissions.
Winners of a competition organized by Unesco say plans are on track to rebuild the Al-Nuri Mosque, destroyed in the war against the Islamic State.
The bah-rah, a traditional Syrian fountain, and the emotional connections it evokes are the focus of an installation in Abu Dhabi by the Syrian architect Talin Hazbar.
Chahinda Karim is remembered as a teacher and a scholar of the history of Islamic architecture from its origins to its development across the Arab world.
Four Palestinian architects won first place in an international competition for ideas on how to design and rebuild the destroyed port of Beirut.
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