Civil Architecture is a cultural practice preoccupied with the making of buildings and books about them. The work of Civil asks what it means to produce architecture in a decidedly un-civil time, presenting a new civic character for a global condition.
Since its founding by Hamed Bukhamseen and Ali Karimi, the practice has attracted a strong following for their provocative works and their offer of an alternate future for a nascent Middle East.
- WISHFUL TROPICS (LECTURE)
- NOV. 16, 2018
- INSCRIPTIONS ACROSS ARABIAN LANDSCAPE (EXHIBITION + LECTURE)
- OCT. 4, 2018
- WE HAVE NEVER BEEN URBAN (LECTURE)
- JUL. 16, 2018
- Objects for a Painless Past (Exhibition + Publication)
- SHIFTING MORPHOLOGIES
OF GULF CITIES (LECTURE)
- APR. 7, 2018
- DWELLING AND RESIDUE (LECTURE)
- FEB. 7, 2018
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