Design in the Times of Coronavirus

BiodiverCity has been designed by BIG as a sustainable, global destination where cultural, ecological, and economic growth is secured and where people and nature co-exist

For Layla Ibrahim Bacha, Senior Art Specialist at Qatar Foundation, appreciating art is not only about understanding the artist or the artwork but being aware

Orient Occident Atelier (OOA) brings to life The Waterhall Project, a socially performative architecture, that provides safe drinking water for underprivileged communities in Sneung village

Qatar Museums (QM), under the leadership of its Chairperson Her Excellency Sheikha Al Mayassabint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, announced that the United States of

Overlooking the bay of Puerto Escondido in Mexico is a villa designed by Mexican firm Francisco Pardo Arquitecto that makes perfect use of its scenic

Tumbling crockery is the new metaphor that Dutch anamorphic street artist Leon Keer has focused on to depict climate change and the impermanency of life.

Scale Up presents “Public Art and the Built Environment Art for the people” on the 22nd of July 2020 at 5:00 pm (GMT+3) Doha Time, 7:30pm (IST) Indian Time.

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SCALE completes one year of curating the best in art, architecture, and design to its readers. SCALE thanks all its readers. During the trying times of this virus outbreak which has affected 140 countries so far, crippled the economy and taken lives, we say: “We shall overcome this too.”
Sindhu Nair,
Editor-in-Chief of Scale.