The meaning-making walkthrough of Shahi Hammam

Architectural Journalism

Transient Spaces, Transcendental Experiences

The Project Identity

How cities and urbanization have become favoured subjects for artistic expressions

Architecture

40’s And Under Designed Residences

Curated presentation of contemporary architects designed residences June 8 2017, was the 150th birthday of Frank Lloyd Wright During the heydays as a student we all dream of designing a “Falling water” in our lifetimes. Now that the real life is weaving itself and we are architects, I comprised a small group of contemporary architects from

Design

The Lahore Biennale

Text | Dua Abbas Rizvi Photography | As mentioned The biennial exhibition model, or biennale, has become increasingly popular across the globe in recent years as cities rush to take it up to achieve any number of ends: stimulate creative exchange between local and international institutions, integrate the various pasts and zones of a city into a

Art

Transparence – return of the artist

Kohari began his art career as a painter in the early 1960s. In those days he was painting with oil on canvas. He was a close friend of Jamil Naqsh, and the two young artists would seek out and paint the natural beauty of the world around them. The two artists joined a class opened by the American Embassy in Karachi at that time, in order to bor

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Life

Remembering Saba Mahmood

Saba Mahmood, Professor of Anthropology at the University of California at Berkeley, passed away on March 10th, 2018. The cause was pancreatic cancer. Professor Mahmood speciali

Dialogue

ADA Dialogue II | Do You Know Your City?

ADA- Architecture Design Art initiated and organized a dialogue titled “Do You Know Your City?” The event was held in the majestic Frere Hall and was attended by people from th