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Al-Qasimiyah School, home of the Sharjah Architecture Triennial.

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(Left) Adrian Lahoud. (Right) Hoor Al Qasimi.

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Awakening ceremony of the Ngurrara Canvas II.

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Inside the old Al Jubail Vegetable Market, which has been converted into exhibition space for the Triennial.

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Becoming Xerophile.

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Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun.

Breaking Ground In Sharjah

The cultural capital of the Arab world now wants to be a platform for architectural debate
Jan 10, 2020 5:50 AM

IT HAS NO record-breaking buildings such as Dubai’s Burj Khalifa or Abu Dhabi’s Louvre Museum. Instead, the Emirate of Sharjah has put itself on the map as the cultural hub of the Arab World for its work in preserving and promoting culture at the local, Arab and Islamic levels. In 1998, UNESCO

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