The colour of the ink used to depict iconic buildings from Cairo to El Gouna and Siwa to Fayoum, changes according to the location and the artist’s mood.
Covered with pink blossoms, Egyptian designer Sarah Habib rendered this rocky cliff in Ireland with surprisingly functional bubble houses all along it.
Bringing the outdoors in, this Al Ain home by MFares & Associates overlaps interior and exterior spaces so people could enjoy pools, gardens and car showrooms while sheltered from the desert heart.
Studio M6 painted a sustainable statement with their render, ‘Eventide’, embodying their ethos through minimally depicted sharp lines and a seamlessly monochromatic palette.
When the owners of this seafood chain wanted to set up a branch in New Cairo branch, Spaces Architects met their vision of a contemporary nautical dining experience with a titanic, three-story design.
Ramses Wissa Wassef carved his name in Egyptian architecture with traditional design that addressed human needs at its core. ‘The Architecture of Ramses Wissa Wassef’ is a new book that allows us to l
With iconic architecture, dramatic facades and delicate balconies, the buildings of Downtown Cairo are rich in history, with stories that reflect the city’s cosmopolitan nature.
Through a shared pursuit for authenticity, and a deep connection with nature, Badie Architects designed this New Giza home with no parallel lines whatsoever.
Set to be built in 2023, this mosque by the Mediterranean displays award-winning studio FR Partnership’s affinity for minimalist design.