Tamayouz Excellence Award announces the shortlist for its International Graduation Projects Award 2019
Tamayouz Excellence Award is proud to announce the shortlist of finalists for its International Graduation Projects Award 2019. The shortlist comprises the top 20 submissions received this year for the award’s fourth cycle.
A finalist for Woman of Outstanding Achievement, Turkish academic and author Dr Zeynep Celik discusses her multiple publications and exhibitions that have contributed to the study of architectural history.
Nominated for Tamayouz's Rising Star Award for Women in Architecture and Construction, German architect and construction lead Mariska Stoffel discusses challenging stereotypes on site.
Egyptian architect, academic and actress, Shahira Fahmy, shortlisted for our Woman of Outstanding Achievement Award, discusses her balancing act – and how each role supports the other.
Tamayouz Excellence Award is proud to announce the shortlist of finalists for its Rifat Chadirji Prize 2019. The shortlist comprises the top 20 submissions received this year for the award’s third cycle, which was held in partnership with the UAE’s Barjeel Art Foundation.
A finalist for the Rising Star Award, Egyptian architect and lecturer at the British University of Egypt Dr Deena El-Mahdy shares insight into 3D printing and why it's the future of construction.
Tamayouz Excellence Award is proud to announce the shortlist of finalists for its Dewan Award for Architecture 2019. The shortlist comprises the top 20 submissions received this year for the award’s second cycle.
Saudi architect Sumaya Dabbagh is shortlisted for Tamayouz's Woman of Outstanding Achievement Award. Here, she discusses her mission to improve the quality of architecture across the GCC.
Egyptian architect, academic and Barakat Trust Fellow, Omniya Abdel Barr, has been shortlisted for Tamayouz's Women in Architecture and Construction Award's Rising Star category. Here she discusses the importance of Egypt's Mamluk architecture and how she's documenting Cairo's cultural heritage.
The longlist comprises the top 50 submissions received this year for the award’s fourth cycle. Tamayouz Excellence Award is proud to announce the longlist of finalists for its International Graduation Projects Award 2019.
Tamayouz Excellence Award is proud to announce the winner of its Mohamed Makiya Prize for Architecture 2019, also known as the Middle Eastern Architectural Personality of the Year Award, which is given to individuals or organisations that have made significant contributions to the advancement of architecture in a specific period time.
Nominated for the Woman of Outstanding Achievement category, Iranian architect Habibeh Madjdabadi discusses her well-respected built work and the poetry of materiality.
A finalist for Tamayouz's Woman of Outstanding Achievement, Lebanese architect and academic Hala Younes delves into the beauty and importance of Lebanon's landscape and cultural heritage.
Shortlisted for the Women in Architecture and Construction Award's Rising Star category, Saudi architect and co-founder of Watad Studio, Dana AlAmri, hopes to improve the quality of architecture in her home country.
Iraqi architect and urban planner, Taghlib Abdulhadi Al Waily, shares his passion for Baghdad’s Historical City Centre, and provides insight on the significance of its revitalisation.
The founding editor of the International Journal of Islamic Architecture (IJIA) shares insight on the publication's history and mission.
World Monuments Fund, which launched a programme in 2017 to empower Syrians by teaching them traditional building techniques, speaks about its workshop in Al-Mafraq, Jordan.
Tamayouz Excellence Award is proud to announce the finalists for the Women in Architecture and Construction Award 2019.
An initiative that promotes earth construction techniques, BENAA Habitat hopes to spread awareness of alternative construction methods that could aid in the development of rural areas across Egypt.
Finalists for the Mohamed Makiya Prize 2019, Islam El Mashtooly and Mouaz Abouzaid discuss their joint venture, Arabesque.
Omani architect and founder of the Arabic-language radio show 'Sustainable Architecture', Ali Al-Lawati shares the driving principles behind his programme.
The internationally renowned Palestinian-Jordanian architect Rasem Badran (1945) is the 2019 laureate of Tamayouz Excellence Award’s most coveted accolade: the Tamayouz Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr Badran will receive the honour during Tamayouz’s annual ceremony, to be held in Jordan later this year.
أعلنت "تميّز" عن اختيار المعمار راسم بدران (1945)، لجائزة تميّز للإنجاز المعماري مدى الحياة 2019 والتي ستسلم له خلال حفل الجائزة السنوي والذي سيقام في العاصمة الاردنية عمّان. ء
Edwar Hanna and Nour Harastani, founders of Syrbanism, discuss the initiative's plan to empower the Syrian people and contribute to Syria's reconstruction process.
في دورة هذا العام من بين ٤٠ مرشحا من ١١ دولة تم اختيار تسعة مرشحين في القائمة القصيرة التي ضمت أفراد ومؤسسات من مصر والمملكة المتحدة والولايات المتحدة والإمارات وقطر والعراق وسلطنة عمان، وسيتم الإعلان عن الفائز الشهر المقبل. ء
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