These 3D designers envisioned Egypt with a cyberpunk bend, and what better way than with a ChillOut convenience store floating in space?
Through ingenious geometry and accentuated forms, Math Architects managed to design a house that looks like it’s floating on water.
Inspired by the poetic nature of fire, Angelique is a cozy yet elegant restaurant at the Walk of Cairo, whose design is given warmth due to Reha Design Studio’s expert use of colours and materials.
Compelled to deliver on a dream, Khalifa Architects designed a 4,200 square meter mansion that acts as a backdrop as horses trot around a lush, acre-large landscape.
With a stunning panoramic view of the Atlantic crashing on basalt rocks, Mahmoud Sherif’s monolithic design is a doorway to a cinematic and enigmatic world.
This sustainably designed glamp has an architectural sense that respects and eloquently blends with its environment; the serene desert and endless dunes of Fayoum.
The first and only design film festival in the MENA region, FMD’s 2022 programme will hammer on creatives’ ability to inspire change through film screenings and talks at Downtown Cairo’s Zawya Cinema.
Nothing sets the tone like an awe-inspiring entrance. This house in New Cairo's Katameya Dunes makes a dramatic first impression with its giant 13-metre, two-storey door.
Inspired by the obelisk, Oblisco Capitale would be the world’s tallest tower if it was ever built. Designed by Idia for Egypt's new capital, the concept embodies the nation's hopes for the future.