Wed 3 Oct - Wed 3 Oct' 18
Professor Hassan Radoine from Morocco talked about the transformations of middle eastern architecture.
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Architecture in the Middle East continues to transform and evolve.
From the abstract beauty of traditional architecture to spectacular
modern regenerations, and from lyrical old cities to metropolis of
global outlook, the range of contemporary practices is wide and
diverse. Prof Hassan Radoine will take us on a tour of this landscape.
Hassan Radoine is an architect, scholar and educator, as well as an
architecture curator and critic of Middle Eastern and North African
architecture. He is currently the Director of the prestigious School
of Architecture, Urbanism and Design at University Mohammed VI
Polytechnic in Morocco and was previously the Director of the École
This event is open to anyone and free to attend. No pre-registration or RSVP is required.
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