T.H. Shalaby maps out and questions architectural planning in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE.
Rabi Georges reviews and interviews innovative architect Oorvi Sharma in Abu Dhabi.
Brahim El Guabli urges us to studying deserts to push our thinking beyond ordinary notions of space and place.
In which a woman ponders the fate of the individuals who left behind their garments, now long forgotten, at the laundromat.
Lama Elsharif finds that Derna’s harrowing flood proves a surprising catalyst for unity in a nation scarred by decades-long conflict and division.
A Cypriot writer's story about a forgotten child in an abandoned town the writer looked on to from her window in Cyprus.
Nicole Hamouche visits artist and architect at his Beirut studio, whose work reflects on Damascus' and Beirut’s political and social scene.