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Marwa Al-Sabouni
Architect, PhD, Author of 'The Battle For Home' T&H, Co-Founder of the Arabic architectural portal
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Sydney Opera House Apr 3
The Syrian architect who remained in her city as the war reduced it to rubble reflects on the possibilities of rebuilding and the role of architecture in strengthening communities and healing her country. Listen to Marwa Al-Sabouni’s long story now.
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Apr 20
Looking forward to taking part in the coming symposium on 13th of June!
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Vincent Bernard Apr 12
In our issue on the conflict in , our friend architect & author of the "Battle for Home", argues that reversing the process that led to the loss of the sense of ‘home’ and the unraveling of the urban fabric is key to recovery.
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Apr 12
Such a labor of love with so many great voices and I'm so honored I was part of it_ please find the issue of journal
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Polina Levina Mahnad Apr 11
The Conflict in issue is out with my research on the of & compliance with alongside the brilliant on the architecture of peace & conflict & Ross Burns on Weaponizing
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Renovatio Apr 8
Can Western culture and Islamic culture be reconciled? Read 's reflections on the architectural history and urban colonization of Syria.
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Apr 8
Very excited about the coming up Italian edition of !
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Biourbanism Apr 8
“Nothing mattered to these people except profit. The whole destiny of the built environment, and consequently of people’s lives, was sucked up to the very last drop.” “The Battle for Home” - Italian ed.
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my bookcase Mar 9
A true inspiration to read ‘The Battle for Home’ by . An account of Syrian’s war through the eyes of a woman architect who does not fear to speak the truth in the hope of change. Exploring how the built environment directly affects the community that inhabits it.
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Thames & Hudson Mar 8
We love seeing The Battle for Home author included in this Departures Magazine piece about women breaking boundaries in their industries!
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UN Women Mar 5
challenge! 🇸🇾 Today, we’re honouring Syrian architect . After living through war in Homs, she has brought promise & vision through architecture to a city in recovery. 🏛️ Reply with a photo of a building designed by a woman using !
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Middle East Eye Feb 25
"Even before the war, the erosion of the old quarters of Homs helped to disconnect the inhabitants from the city and themselves" - Marwa al-Sabouni, architect
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Mar 1
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Feb 19
A very generous and encouraging review of in the by John Gerrard FRIAS. Featured in the latest magazine please read it here:
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Nouveaux livres Jan 23
Nouvelle notice : Dans les ruines de Homs : Journal d'une architecte syrienne par Marwa Al-sabouni
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RIAS Feb 15
Featured in the latest magazine: of Memoir of a Syrian Architect published by Read it here: Illustration: (c) Marwa al-Sabouni. Al-Hijaz train station in Damascus.
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Stirling Society of Architects Feb 15
RT RIASmembership: Featured in the latest magazine: of Memoir of a Syrian Architect published by thamesandhudson Read it here: Illustration: (c) Marwa al-Sabouni. Al-Hijaz train stati…
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Feb 17
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Renovatio Feb 5
To be erected, buildings need more than brick and mortar; they need a hierarchy of crucial decisions, which ultimately reveal what we value.
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