What happens to the knowledge produced? On Egypt at this year’s Venice Architecture Biennale
Manar Moursi | There’s huge growth in skilled, youthful labor including architects and urbanists with no opportunities
From Mahfouz to Mohamed Khan: On two of CLUSTER’s downtown tours
Lara El Gibaly and Rowan El Shimi | As part of its Creative Cities conference hosted by the American University in Cairo, CLUSTER organized
Creative Cities: Can downtown accommodate the many visions for its future?
Lara El Gibaly | Can the multiple visions for downtown Cairo coalesce to create more accessible, multifunctional public
The changing face of downtown
Passant Rabie | Am Adel sits outside the large red building that occupies the corners of Adly, Emad Eddin and Abdel Khalek
Downtown as laboratory: Q&A on Cairo’s Creative Cities conference
Passant Rabie | Both government and private sector plans for historical downtown Cairo came to a pause with
Downtown in-betweens engage in urban development dialogue
Rowan El Shimi | Like many others, architect and urban planner Omar Nagati has a fascination with downtown Cairo. He feels
A blockbuster art show in Cairo: Q&A with Hassan Khan
Jenifer Evans | I remember hearing that Hassan Khan doesn’t show in Egypt because the works are not shown properly,
Learning from Cairo
Ursula Lindsey | Last April a group of activists, academics, architects and those who have become obsessed, in one way