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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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Marwa Al-Sabouni Sep 14
Great photos by Dan Boud at the Sydney Opera House Instagram page.
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Mix Sep 13
As bombs fell around her, stayed in throughout the civil , making plans to build hope from carnage. Her ideas are now laid out in a visionary , 'The Battle For Home'. But will anyone listen?
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Biourbanism Sep 10
Marwa Al-Sabouni, Dans les ruines de Homs. Journal d’une architecte syrienne
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Biourbanism Sep 10
Awesome is 2018 Prince Claus Laureate., thanks to her radical thought about urban design. Read her book!
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ABC News Sep 6
In a list of things that drive a war, architecture is an unlikely entry. Yet that's exactly what Syrian architect and author Marwa al-Sabouni says contributed to the devastating years of conflict she lived through
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Prince Claus Fund Sep 6
Meet the 2018 Prince Claus Laureates! Marwa al-Sabouni is an from rethinking the relationship between the urban environment and conflict.
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Sep 6
Greatly honored to receive such an important recognition and be named one of the laureates of Prince Claus Award 2018!
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Sep 6
While in Melbourne I had this conversation at Life Matters live Radio program _ please take a listen here:
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Paul Q. Brussee Sep 5
De Syrische architect Marwa al-Sabouni bleef tijdens de oorlog werken in Homs. Over haar ervaringen schreef ze een autobiografie. 'We zagen in dat ontberingen in het leven onvermijdelijk zijn'
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Thames & Hudson Aust Sep 4
Architecture is the ‘arena' for social dynamics, says Syrian architect Marwa Al-Sabouni via
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Sep 5
My Arabic conversation with Radio SBS in Australia _ please take a listen here:
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Sep 5
The Battle for Home French Edition is out! Pick up your copy from Parentheses publisher.
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ABC News Sep 4
. is an architect from the devastated city of Homs who has written a book - The Battle for Home - examining how Syria's increasingly ghettoised, urban environment contributed to a war that is now in its seventh year.
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AusDesignReview Aug 28
Syrian architect Marwa Al-Sabouni on architecture’s role in preserving peace
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Fauziah Ibrahim Sep 3
So good to meet & talk with on Rebuilding at Congratulations again on a beautiful book. And thank you Marwa for your insight, warmth, passion & inspiration. No doubt we will embrace again.
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Prof Cathrine Brun Sep 2
From Sydney Opera House () today () to university in October: looking forward to giving Nabeel Hamdi talk in October:
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Natasha Mitchell🎧🎙 Sep 1
"The struggle of every refugee is the loss of home.Noone in the 1st generation ever recovers from that loss of home. That struggle continues sometimes until the third generation.Home is identity"~ Can we reflect on that as we understand asylum seeking?
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Natasha Mitchell🎧🎙 Sep 1
After destruction, reconstruction of with architect , working & living in . Connectivity through design...linking old & new through nuanced design."How to look at the past & create something new". Using shrapnel scars as a design inspiration
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Marwa Al-Sabouni Aug 31
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Art Jameel Aug 29
Great to see Marwa al-Sabouni, Syrian independent architect, writer & co-founder of , world’s first online outlet dedicated to architecture news in Arabic, included in 's 16 Women Breaking New Ground in Architecture
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