Archiprix International 2017 competition, which recognises excellence in architecture and urban design, has named Dubai Design Museum, Islamic Animation Centre in Riyadh, and Muscat Viewer and Exposition Centre as among the GCC’s most inno
Architecture start-up BMA Studio said it has won recognition for four of its UAE projects at the Africa and Arabia Property Awards 2016 held in Dubai recently.
An ambitious multi-disciplinary firm based in the UAE emirate, BMA Stu
Global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will has announced the appointment of Firas Hnoosh as a design director for its office in Dubai, UAE.
Hnoosh has joined the firm to oversee all architecture work originating from the Dub
Kuwait has announced the launch of two major governmental establishments - The Jahra and Farwaniya Court Complexes.
The project, developed by The Amiri Diwan, in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works, was officially open
SSH, a leading architecture and engineering firm in the region, said it has won a contract from Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET) for the design, construction and supervision of a major educational project in Kuwait.
Leading international architectural and design firm Perkins+Will has won top honours at the eighth annual Middle East Architect Awards ceremony held in Dubai, UAE.
The big industry accolade came for its diverse range of distinctiv
Draw Link Group, a leading architecture and interior design company, has strengthened its regional portfolio with the announcement of four new projects scheduled to be completed by next year.
HOK, a global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm, has appointed Mark Streetz as its new managing principal in Dubai, UAE.
Streetz, an architect with 38 years of experience in design, planning, architecture and pro
Effat University has opened a new college for architecture and design after receiving accreditation from the Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Higher Education.
The university prides in being a pioneering institute for women&
Increased manufacturing and investment in commercial facilities will drive the flat glass market in the Middle East and Africa to grow at 8.2 per cent to hit $3.2 billion in 2018, a rate higher than North America and Europe, a report said.