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AGi Architects and Shift Process Practice Reveal Finalist Proposal for Mashhad City Complex in Iran

16:00 - 7 May, 2016
AGi Architects and Shift Process Practice Reveal Finalist Proposal for Mashhad City Complex in Iran, Courtesy of 2R Studio and Ehsan Karimi
Courtesy of 2R Studio and Ehsan Karimi

After a competition between over 100 firms, AGi Architects and Shift Process Practice have received 2nd prize for their proposal for a mixed-use city complex in Mashhad, Iran. The design includes commercial and residential units, in addition to a clinic, an aparthotel and various public spaces. The proposal breaks the mold of large retail centers that blunt street culture and have large carbon footprints by diversifying the building uses at street level.

Courtesy of 2R Studio and Ehsan Karimi Courtesy of 2R Studio and Ehsan Karimi Courtesy of 2R Studio and Ehsan Karimi Aerial Rendered View. Image Courtesy of 2R Studio and Ehsan Karimi +15

Kuwaiti Pavilion at 2016 Venice Biennale Entitled "Between East and West: a Gulf"

14:00 - 21 March, 2016

The third Kuwaiti Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Biennale, entitled ‘Between East and West: A Gulf’, will "look past Kuwait’s borders to the contested hydrography of the Persian/Arabian Gulf" in order to propose a new masterplan for the region. Curated by Hamed Bukhamseen from Kuwait and Ali Karimi from Bahrain the pavilion will, in an area of physical, religious, and political division, "tell the story of the Gulf’s islands and the possibilities they hold for a joint territorial project."