Foster + Partners to redesign Cairo neighbourhood

Foster + Partners to redesign Cairo neighbourhood

The Egyptian Ministry of State for Urban Renewal and Informal Settlements (MURIS) have announced that Foster + Partners has won the competition to design the masterplan for the Maspero Triangle District in downtown Cairo. The neighbourhood, situated on the banks of the River Nile...

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IAP wants to make a positive contribution to save heritage

IAP wants to make a positive contribution to save heritage

The Lahore Conservation Society claimed that Archaeology Director General Saleem ul Haq had been relieved of his responsibilities for failing to issue an NoC (no-objection certificate) required in connection with the construction of the Orange Line Metro Train project near heritage sites.

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Orange Line serious damage to Shalamar: Unesco

Orange Line serious damage to Shalamar: Unesco

Serious concerns expressed recently by the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) show the Punjab government did not take it on board prior to launching development project/scheme — particularly at the stretch passing along the Shalamar Gardens...

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Prepare Students for Pakistan

Prepare Students for Pakistan

Architect Carlos Marquez, a senior lecturer at the College of art, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom, conducted a workshop at the Department of Architecture and Planning at NED University of Engineering and Technology, and gave public lectures. The objective of the workshop entitled

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Grimshaw unveils Peru and Turkey airports

Grimshaw unveils Peru and Turkey airports

Grimshaw is developing the scheme for an airport expansion in Lima as well as the design for a new airport in Istanbul, adding global experience to an already well-established aviation portfolio. In Peru, Grimshaw has been appointed by Lima Airport Partners (LAP) to design a new second terminal

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Roundup of BAE Events 2012-2015

Roundup of BAE Events 2012-2015

With the reality of growing number of architecture schools in the country, the consequent phenomenal increase in student enrollment and a large cadre of professionals turning to teaching, it has become imperative for Institute of Architects, Pakistan IAP to assume the role of a catalyst in making the schools

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