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Historic Middle East Architecture
3 models, 2 days, 1 movie Old Arabic Buildings - Johnathan G. Persian City - Johnathan G. KAĞNI - Mehmet A. Music - Epidemic Sound Lumion 7.5 Sketchup
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Top Middle Eastern Interior Design Awards Interior Decorating Style and International Furniture
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Pre-Islamic history of the Middle East
Support CaspianReport through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/CaspianReport In the 14th century a Muslim historian named Ibn Khaldun wrote about the pattern of history. Farmers would build irrigation systems supporting villages and towns. Later some warrior would bring these towns under his rule and form a united political entity, like a kingdom or an empire. Then a tribe of nomads would come along and conquer the kingdom, seize all the holdings and settle in their place and further expand the new empire. As time went by the nomads would assimilate and become soft city dwellers. Exactly the kind of people they had conquered and at this point another tribe of nomads would come along and conquer them and take their empire. Conquest, consolidation, expansion, degeneration and conquest, this was the pattern of history. Be sure to follow CaspianReport on the social media. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caspianreport Twitter: https://twitter.com/caspianreport LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/caspianreport
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The complex geometry of Islamic design - Eric Broug
View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-complex-geometry-of-islamic-design-eric-broug In Islamic culture, geometric design is everywhere: you can find it in mosques, madrasas, palaces, and private homes. And despite the remarkable complexity of these designs, they can be created with just a compass to draw circles and a ruler to make lines within them. Eric Broug covers the basics of geometric Islamic design. Lesson by Eric Broug, animation by TED-Ed.
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Architecture in Middle East - A Photographic Journey by Azlan Hashim
A showcase of my collection of photography on Architecture in Middle East. Azlan Hashim Song Credit : Singer - Fereydoun Sonh " Kabotar"
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3D Animation Walk through for Imperial Avenue by SP International - Hawk Solutions
3D Animation Walk through for Imperial Avenue by SP International - Design and 3D Animation done by Hawk Solutions Middle East. #Animation #3D #Dubai #SPInternational #HawkSolutions #VisualEffects #vfx
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Architect's simple dream home in AZ's saguaro cactus forest
When architect Michael P. Johnson prepared to design his wife’s dream home in the middle of a saguaro cactus forest outside of Phoenix, Arizona, his first thought was the desert. He first built a retaining wall so as only to disturb the earth directly beneath the home. He then lifted the home to lighten the footprint and take advantage of the special views. To fully appreciate the saguaro cactus- they grow up to 70 feet tall and may live over 150 years- that surround their home, the walls are mostly window. For temperature control, the north facing wall is mostly buried into the mountain and has the least windows. The windows at the east and west have long eaves and sunshades. The south wall is all window and in the wintertime the light hits the far wall and the cement acts as a heat sink to provide heating. Johnson is a professor at Taliesin West and like the school's founder Frank Lloyd Wright, Johnson believes in organic architecture, that a home should be in harmony with its environment. Michael P Johnson design studio: http://www.mpjstudio.com/ Original story: http://faircompanies.com/videos/view/architects-simple-dream-home-in-azs-saguaro-cactus-forest/
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Victorian architecture
Victorian architecture is a series of architectural revival styles in the mid-to-late 19th century. Victorian refers to the reign of Queen Victoria (1837–1901), called the Victorian era, during which period the styles known as Victorian were used in construction. However, many elements of what is typically termed "Victorian" architecture did not become popular until later in Victoria's reign. The styles often included interpretations and eclectic revivals of historic styles mixed with the introduction of middle east and Asian influences. The name represents the British and French custom of naming architectural styles for a reigning monarch. Within this naming and classification scheme, it follows Georgian architecture and later Regency architecture, and was succeeded by Edwardian architecture. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Rome's Grand Mosque meeting point for faithful
(25 Nov 2016) LEAD IN: The largest mosque in Western Europe is located in Rome and features a combination of architectural styles from Europe and the Middle East. Originally built for the small Islamic community that lived in the Italian capital in the 1980s, over the years it has become a main gathering point for hundreds of thousands of Muslim worshippers in Rome. STORY-LINE: The Great Mosque of Rome lies in an affluent neighbourhood of the 'eternal' city of Rome. The idea of building a mosque in Rome, the city's first, was launched by the Saudi King Faisal during his visit to the Italian capital in 1973. At the time Muslims prayed at home with no public area in which to worship. Italian architects Paolo Portoghesi and Vittorio Gigliotti, together with their Iraqi-born colleague Sami Mousawi, were entrusted with giving life to the project and starting the building's construction. But over 20 years passed before the mosque could be inaugurated on 21 June 1995. Meanwhile the Muslim community in Rome had grown from a few hundred people to many thousands, says Omar Camilletti, the Great Mosque of Rome's spokesman. "Italy went from being a country of emigration to being a country of immigration. So this mosque, built for a few hundred diplomatic officials and businessmen, has became the point of reference for the almost 100,000 Muslims living in Rome today", Camilletti recounts. Camilletti, an Italian who converted to Islam over 20 years ago, says that today there are about 40 locations in Rome where Muslims can pray, but the Great Mosque of Rome remains the city's biggest. The building's architecture is a fusion of Islamic and European styles that has inspired the construction of mosques in other parts of Europe. The mosque can host up to 30,000 people during the main Islamic holidays and up to 3,000 worshippers on Fridays. The building is also a tourist destination and attracts thousands of people a year, Camilletti says. People come here from all over Europe and the United States and students are among the main visitors. "This is a trailblazing mosque. In Europe there's no need for an Arab-style mosque but of one that's perfectly integrated with the urban and historical structure of the city. For example Rome is a great influence here, hence the travertine marble of Imperial Rome and - as you'll see - the Michelangelo-inspired floor that reminds of the one at Rome's City Hall," says Camilletti. The building team was particularly keen to include architectural references to the centuries-old Islamic presence in Europe. The mosque's rooftop is similar to those of mosques in Istanbul and the Balkans, the row of columns is a reference to Islamic architecture in Spain while the ochre colour of the building's exterior is a reminder of the Islamic presence in Sicily, Camilletti explains. The Great Mosque's interior is dominated by the influence of Morocco and Spanish styles and features large chandeliers fashioned as oil lamps. As simple an action as preparing tea is interpreted in dozens different ways by the Muslims of this community, Camilletti says. "Tea is the quintessential beverage of the Islamic world. Ironically here we have 30 different ways to make it, 30 different types of glasses and 30 ways to pour it," the spokesman says. Faouzi Boufares is a Muslim worshipper from Tunisia who has been living in Italy for the past 30 years. "From all of Rome, from Malaysia, Indonesia, Somalia, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Palestine, Iraq, Iran. All the Arabs get together in the Great Mosque. Sheikh Salah does a speech on Ramadan in Arabic and another in Italian, because there are Muslims from Italy, from Russia, thank God, thank God," he says. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/091200241792afde04cfee9046b1980f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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This is Architectural Digest Middle East
It’s here. After three years working tirelessly to establish Architectural Digest Middle East as the leading luxury lifestyle magazine in the region – in print – we have launched our new website. So what can you expect? A curated edit of everything you need to know about in the worlds of design, architecture, art and style. And also a dash of the unexpected, because we aim to surprise and delight. Welcome to admiddleeast.com
Architectural Digest Middle East - Art of Dining
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Things You WIll FIND in a Middle Eastern House !
In this video I go through some of the things you will find in a Middle Eastern house. You will also get to see where I have been living! No, its not the complete list, but maybe I will make a part 2. #GuzzbarGetEm Follow me on social media !i Twitter: https://twitter.com/guzzbargetem Instagram: https://instagram.com/arashguzzbargetem/
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The spectacular building that we saw on our latest adventure is the Rockefeller Archeological Museum in Jerusalem. I got a little over excited! Subscribe to see future videos: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDlejr1ZwS8HeZX_0KqVuwg?sub_confirmation=1 Check out my blog for more adventures, architecture, and thoughts: www.libaland.net Follow me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/libaland Twitter: www.twitter.com/libaland Acoustic Instrumental by Hyde - Free Instrumentals https://soundcloud.com/davidhydemusic Creative Commons — Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported— CC BY-ND 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Music for Creators https://youtu.be/KDPbT81v7wY
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Modern Islamic Architecture of Middle East
INA 527 History of Islamic Arts & Architecture. Created using PowToons.
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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi
A short clip of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. A beautiful place of worship in a massive complex of structures with an Islamic/Middle Eastern architectural style.
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Middle East Interior Design & Architecture Awards 2015 Judging Video
Take a behind the scenes view of how our judges examine the MEIDAA and PDA entries and find out what they think of the quality of submissions and the importance of holding these awards.
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World-Renowned Architect Rafael Viñoly Breaks Down his Biggest Projects | Architectural Digest
Architectural Digest sits down with world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly to discuss several of his major projects around the world like 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential tower in the Northern Hemisphere, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Transcript [Voiceover] I'm Rafael Viñoly. I'm an architect in New York and in many other parts of the world. We've done a lot of work in America, but also in Europe and in London, and a very large project in Japan. We have offices in the West Coast and in London and in the Middle East. What makes a piece of architecture into something significant in terms of its artistic value is something very difficult to define, but that everybody knows one way or another which is the way the proportions work. It is a very efficient structure for such a slender building so tall. The form responds to a number of conditions making the building less impacted by the forces of wind and so on. It has a dignity I say and simplicity that is quite striking in my mind. And I think the building is, as I say is a very good contribution to a very desperate collection of different approaches to how to do architecture. This town invented high rise luxury housing and we thought that this building could actually take the problem a quantum leap forward, right? And you could have a life experience from your home which is really unique. And I think the building does do that. And so, it's literally like six buildings one on top of the other and all encased into this sort of frame that has a carefully studied proportional base. Imagine what it is to be driving in a car in one of the most phenomenally beautiful places in the world and you can never see anything. In a straight bridge, you never do. It makes a place in the middle of the water and also forces everybody to reduce speed. And at the same time, have this unbelievable panoramic view of the environment. It's the first time in a car that you're forced to look this way, right? And then inside of this thing is a you define a place, which is what attracts people. I mean see a lot of people walking around it and if you could fish in here, which is what we plan and hopefully this thing will be completed this year. [Interviewer] So what's next for you? I guess... going to lunch or something. Still haven’t subscribed to Architectural Digest on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2zl7s34 ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST The leading international design authority, Architectural Digest features articles and videos of the best in architecture, style, culture, travel, and shopping. World-Renowned Architect Rafael Viñoly Breaks Down his Biggest Projects | Architectural Digest
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25+ Arabic Bedroom Interior Design
Arabic style is colorful and luxurious. Interior design and decorating in Arabic style are offering a nice alternative to neutral colors and white decorating of Scandinavian homes. Modern interiors in Arabic style are inspired by chic and comfort of Middle East palaces and reflect unique rich cultures of Arabian Peninsula and countries in North Africa. Moroccan interiors and homes in Spanish style, interior decorating ideas from Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Palestine, Egypt and Syria give great inspirations for create spectacular and luxurious bedroom designs or bathroom decorating in Arabic style. Modern interiors in Arabic style are the blend of creative interpretations of religious observance and unique lifestyle. Modern interior design and decorating ideas in Arabic style reflect ancient traditions of their ancestors, and create beautiful living spaces with traditional and modern home furnishings, unique handmade decor items and art. Lushome collection give great inspirations for interior design and decorating in Arabic style. Arabic style shows the respect of Muslim traditions and holy book, the Koran, which was forbidden to translate into other languages and taught in Arabic. The Koran forbids the use of images of people and animals, so fascinating Arabic architecture, interior design, home decorating and art show rich Arab ornaments and amazing color combinations. Arabesques bring geometric shapes, decorated with floral motifs, and can be used as unique exotic accents in modern interior design. Arabesque mosaic tiles, paintings and carved designs on walls and vaulted ceilings, gorgeous lanterns, unique furniture, oriental rugs and luxurious fabrics create spectacular interiors, add charm and chic to modern bedroom designs and bathroom decorating. Modern bedroom designs and bathroom decorating ideas in Arabic style create fantastic rooms which are luxurious, comfortable and mysterious. Inspired by Eastern palaces, modern bedroom designs in Arabic style can look stunning, like rooms created for powerful and wealthy Eastern rulers. Modern bedroom designs and bathroom decorating ideas in Arabic style delight with elegant chic and splendid beauty. Surrounded by shady gardens with fountains and exotic birds, the interiors combine greenery and water with stone and dark wood, all these materials which are stylish in Western countries today. Oriental interior decorating in Azerbaijan influenced by European and Arab cultures 25 modern backyard ideas to create beautiful outdoor rooms in Moroccan style Rich and bright bedroom colors or contrasting white, black and dark brown colors shades can be blended with fabulous reds, blue and green colors, creating beautiful color schemes with accents in golden colors. Blue or purple paint colors, tile designs and fabrics are great ideas for modern bedroom designs and bathroom decorating in Arabic style. The walls and ceiling design of Arab interiors can be decorated with wooden panels. Decorative wall panels and tile designs create geometric decoration patterns, so stylish today in Westerns interior design. Various geometric shapes: diamonds, rectangles, stars, look gorgeous on walls and ceilings, offering impressive exotic decorations for modern bedroom and bathroom interiors. http://www.lushome.com/modern-bedroom-designs-bathroom-decorating-ideas-arabic-style/166546
Faces of Medieval Middle east: Part II (Iraq & Syria)
The Art of the Abbasid Period (750–1258) Under the Abbasid caliphate (750–1258), which succeeded the Umayyads (661–750) in 750, the focal point of Islamic political and cultural life shifted eastward from Syria to Iraq, where, in 762, Baghdad, the circular City of Peace (madinat al-salam), was founded as the new capital. The Abbasids later also established another city north of Baghdad, called Samarra’ (an abbreviation of the sentence "He who sees it rejoices"), which replaced the capital for a brief period (836–83). The first three centuries of Abbasid rule were a golden age in which Baghdad and Samarra’ functioned as the cultural and commercial capitals of the Islamic world. During this period, a distinctive style emerged and new techniques were developed that spread throughout the Muslim realm and greatly influenced Islamic art and architecture. Since the style set by the capital was used throughout the Muslim world, Baghdad and Samarra’ became associated with the new artistic and architectural trend. As virtually nothing remains from Abbasid Baghdad today, the site of Samarra’ is particularly significant for understanding the art and architecture of the Abbasid period. In Samarra’, a new way of carving surfaces, the so-called beveled style, as well as a repetition of abstract geometric or pseudo-vegetal forms, later to be known in the West as "arabesque," were widely used as wall decoration and became popular in other media such as wood, metalwork, and pottery. In pottery, Samarra’ also witnessed an extensive use of color in decoration and, possibly, the introduction of the technique of luster painting over a white glaze. Admired for its glittering effect reminiscent of precious metal, luster painting, the most notable technical achievement at the time, spread in the following centuries from Iraq to Egypt, Syria, Iran, and Spain and eventually also contributed to the development of ceramic decoration in the Western world. In terms of architecture, along with the palace of Jawsaq al-Khaqani (ca. 836 onward), the mosques of al-Mutawakkil (848–52) and Abu Dulaf (859–61) in Samarra’ were important in setting the style that was emulated in regions as far as Egypt or Central Asia, where it was adapted to need and taste. In the tenth century, Abbasid political unity weakened and independent or semi-autonomous local dynasties were established in Egypt, Iran, and other parts of the realm. Following the capture of Baghdad by the Buyids (932–1062) and Seljuqs (1040–1194) in 945 and 1055, Abbasid caliphs retained little more than moral and spiritual influence as the heads of Orthodox Sunni Islam. The Abbasid realm witnessed a brief revival under caliphs al-Nasir (r. 1180–1225) and al-Mustansir (r. 1226–42), when Baghdad once again became the greatest center for the arts of the book in the Islamic world and the Mustansiriyya Madrasa (1228–33), the first college for the four canonical schools of Sunni law, was built. However, this burst of artistic vitality came to a temporary halt with the sack of Baghdad by the Ilkhanid branch of the Mongols in 1258. Though surviving Abbasids fled to Mamluk Egypt, these caliphs would only have nominal influence. The end of the Abbasid caliphate thus marked the end of the universal Arab-Muslim empire. --- Music: Kitaro - Silk Road No Theme Andante (Silk Road Theme Andante) & Towa No Michi (Everlasting Road) & シルクロード幻想 - 喜多郎
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Architectural CGI renderings of Middle Eastern Visualisation projects by Lifang
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Ancient Egypt 101 | National Geographic
The Ancient Egyptian civilization, famous for its pyramids, pharaohs, mummies, and tombs, flourished for thousands of years. But what was its lasting impact? Learn how Ancient Egypt contributed to society with its many cultural developments, particularly in language and mathematics. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Ancient Egypt 101 | National Geographic https://youtu.be/hO1tzmi1V5g National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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Before painting two murals on Dubai's 2nd December Street as part of the Dubai Street Museum project, Emirati artist @ashwaq.abdulla had never painted an outdoor mural. "There is always a message behind my artworks," says Ashwaq, who here paints in the style of "The Mystery of Picasso" exclusively for AD Middle East. Read more about her outdoor work and explore more public art in the UAE in our 'Larger Than Life' feature in our 2nd anniversary edition, out now!
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Luxury Antonovich Design, top architecture and interior design company UAE!
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Middle Eastern Antique Persian Architectural Elements for
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Middle Eastern Antique Moorish/Syrian Architectural Elements
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VS Furniture Middle East Documentary
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Removable Roofs for Middle East Foamcore Buildings
Making your roofs removable in your foam board middle east buildings from GameCraft Miniatures. This video applies to buildings in 15mm, 20mm and 28mm
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"The Spectrum" Creative Art in Architecture, MAGLAB workshop 2016
"The Spectrum" Creative Art in Architecture – Materials and Fabrication Workshop. MORE THAN 45 WORKING HOURS 25 AMAZING WORKHOLIC STUDENTS MORE THAN 6100 PLASTIC BOTTLE 55 GRADIANT COLORFUL LIQUIDS MAG LAB; Spain – Middle East (Materials- Advanced Architecture – Generative Laboratory) as a part of Maksoud Architectural Group, Authorized training center of McNeel in Middle East through its affiliate offices, was pleased to announce the official Art, design and Fabrication Workshop “The spectrum 2016” In the intensive 5 days full time Workshop; we focused exclusively on introducing Morphogenesis, evolving art and architecture, Pattern finding and optimizing complex geometry) in conjunction with economic efficiency, environmental impact. Participants experimented with colors techniques, strategies, understanding of all stages from design to manufacturing with bottles. During the processes of the workshop, the participants started the experiments with artistic photos, after they started to explore the capacity of the using different row materials until they used the transparent bottles to create the first artistic prototypes and then after many experimental prototypes they decided to generate the final real scale installation from the transparent bottles with colorful liquids inside. Challenged by the time of the workshop (5 intensive days) and the number of the bottles, students worked for the final real scale installation, where real-life issues like project budget and team work and the advantage of using advanced design strategies were tackled. Credits: Mothership: AIU ”Arab International University” www.aiu.edu.sy McNeel Europe and Middle East (Barcelona – Spain) https://www.rhino3d.com/http://www.en.na.mcneel.com/ Workshop instructor and Director Prof. Aref Maksoud "Escola Superior De’Arquitectura,EsArq_UiC Universitat Internacional de Cataluña". MAGLAB Director, Authorized Training Center of McNeel (Robert McNeel & Associates– United States) in Middle East, Professor of architecture, College of architecture, fine arts and design AIU "Arab International University", Syria Visitor professor of Biodigital Master and PHD program, EsArq - UiC (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya), Spain Studies manager at MAG "Maksoud Architectural Group" MAGLAB Assistants: Interior Designer.St: Abdalmounem Daboul Arch.St: Wissam Ajaj -Media partner Ibdaat Magazine Formakers www.formakers.eu Participants: 1. Mohammad Riyadh al boush 2. Qassem fathallah 3. Yara daher 4. MHD BASEL AL OMARI 5. REEMA ABD-ALAZEEZ 6. KHADIJA AL GHOUSEN 7. MHD YAMEN AL OMARI 8. TALA BARRI 9. YASMIN AL KONTAR 10. ANAS JUMAA 11. SAMAH AL-DAYAA 12. EMAN AL-LULU 13. CHRISTINE AL SHADAYDEH 14. CHRISTINA AL SHANAA 15. MHD SAMID-C 16. SUMMAR AL KADERI 17. HAYA MAZLOUM 18. RAYA SULTAN 19. CATHRINE MARIA 20. MHD SAMER FARHOUD 21. MHD JIHAD NAJM 22. NOOR ALDEEN SERAWAN 23. DINA AL METLAK 24. ROUA AL SABBAGH 25. RANIA AL NAJDI
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Middle Eastern Antique Egyptian Architectural Elements
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History of Gothic Cathedral (full documentary) - DOCS CHANNEL
Medieval Age Cathedrals | Built by Gothic Architectural Design | Engineering Documentary Films Gothic architecture is a style of architecture that flourished . History of Gothic Cathedral (full documentary) - DOCS CHANNEL Gothic architecture is a style of style that grew throughout the high and late middle ages period . Castles: The Magnificence Of the Medieval Era - History Documentary Films. A castle is a kind of fortified structure constructed in Europe and the Middle East . First broadcast: Oct 2014. Medieval historian .
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SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Let's go to the beautiful country of Kuwait in the Middle East and let's visit Bait Al Badr (or, Bayt Al-Badr) which is an old Kuwaiti house. It represents clearly the distinctive architectural style of old Kuwaiti houses in terms of its social, cultural, economic and climatic solutions. It also represents a distinctive style in relation to architecture planning and local building materials. This house dates back to 1838. Vic Stefanu, [email protected] My biography - https://www.famousbirthdays.com/people/vic-stefanu.html To send me an email: [email protected] My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010586615859 Twitter: https://twitter.com/VicStefanu My Google+ channel: https://plus.google.com/+VicStefanu My videos include subjects about: video, tour, documentary, tourism, how to, scenic, graphic, traveling, travel, visit, historic, old, ancient, famous, world, tourist, art, culture, holiday, vacation, channel, youtube, history, events, trends, information, attractions, nature, museum, park, houses, palaces, forts, castles, vic stefanu, vlog, awesome, civilization, architecture, construction, landmark, what to see, what to do, where to go, places, locations, market, shopping, centre, guide, things, buy, fun, to do, science, journal, production, films, towns, cities, countries, Europe, Asia, America, USA, England, United Kingdom
The Largest Entertainment city in the middle east in Riyadh in traditional style.
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TICE ART 1010 Ancient Near Eastern and Ancient Egyptian Art
Overview of Ancient Near Eastern and Ancient Egyptian Art for TICE ART 1010.
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The Afterlife of the Alhambra
Anna McSweeney School of Oriental and African Studies University of London During the nineteenth century there was a vogue among the elite in Britain and the United States for creating Alhambra style smoking rooms in domestic spaces. This fashion for an 'exotic' space is perhaps unsurprising in a western context; but the Alhambra style also became popular in the cities of the Middle East. The Alhambra-- and by extension Andalusi architectural style -- was appropriated as an acceptable kind of 'pan-Islamic' style by European architects who were working in the Middle East for local rulers.
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Middle Eastern gardens showcased at Arab World Institute
(6 May 2016) LEAD IN The Arab World Institute in Paris is hosting a vast exhibition dedicated to Arab-inspired gardens. It's a journey from ancient times to the contemporary world which aims to show the lasting influence of Arab culture and design. STORY-LINE This anamorphic garden structure is a central piece in the Gardens of the Middle East exhibition. Designed to provoke an intentional distortion to the eye of the visitor, its geometric structure defines the Arab gardens. The huge structure is made from pieces of wood, flowers, and compost. When viewed from a high point, its different sections join to form a star. The installation has been designed by artist Francois Abelanet. He says Arabic culture is "about stepping back and focusing on the essential". Visitors wander through the gardens which are spread over a 2,000 square metre (21,527 square feet) space. "We wanted to give an exceptional place to the eastern gardens, because the gardens are exceptional," says President of the Arab World Institute, Jack Lang. He highlights Babylon as the ancient Middle Eastern birthplace of gardens. Lang says the media portrays the region as beset with violence, but events like this highlight the Arab world's "wealth, cultural, intellectual, architectural" contributions. Outside may be awash with the delicate scents of Arab gardens, but inside visitors can experience a journey through the history. Two floors are packed with exhibits, with water showcased as a key element. "Water is, indeed, the founding element of all the gardens. It's in the Arab World, in the Arab-Muslim gardens that water reached its magnificence," says Sylvie Depondt, curator of the exhibition. It took her two years to set up this exhibition, leading a team of historians and architects and borrowing pieces from Egypt to Iran, Lebanon and Spain. Among the many present at the exhibition, Moroccan-French Sliman Ismaili Alaoui, also known as Nassyo, has a modern take on a traditional Persian garden with his painting Guided Abstraction. He describes his design inspiration. "It's freestyle guided by this geometrical precision inspired by all those ancient gardens from the Middle East." The exhibition is open until September 25. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a3c6adf618223a4f8bac15a12dc9a478 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Greek Restaurant Design District MenuDesign Templates Middle Eastern Restaurant Design
This restaurant chain began with a basic idea: bring together typical and also modern elements of Greek society and food. End of Job was given the job of equating this into a visual identity as well as interior decoration. The idea we devised was based on 'modern credibility'. Identification and also interior work together effortlessly thanks to 'identity boards' created for the restaurant wall surfaces. These modular wood panels include Greek sayings, equated back right into English-- a workout that created some humorous outcomes. Black and white family photos were incorporated into these boards, adding a feeling of quaint nostalgia. End of Job also developed a 10-foot high typographic map consisted of 3 levels of toned typographic words. Elaborately laser-cut from plywood, it produced a show-stopping focal point for the restaurant itself. From its architecturally inspired logo design to laser-etched plyboard food selections as well as ingenious 'matchbook' business cards, every facet of Meet the Greek's identity was made to be one-of-a-kind, eccentric and also interesting.
Antique Middle Eastern Moorish style (19th Cent) teak and
http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=10775 - Newel.com: Antique Middle Eastern Moorish style (19th Cent) teak and ivory inlaid octagonal taboret end table with open arch design panels at base (Middle Eastern, Moorish/Syrian, table, taboret, teak) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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Middle East House(video)
for more projects please visit: http://arhitectura359.wix.com/studio359 (soon in english)
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BIG lecture by Kai Uwe Bergmann, Partner, BIG Architects
The School of Design & Architecture hosted the BIG Lecture by Kai Uwe Bergmann, Partner, BIG Architects organised on 20th February 2018. BIG Architects, based in New York, Copenhagen are very popular architects known for their innovative projects, to their credits are prestigious projects like proposed Dubai’s hyperloop that will connect cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi in 12minutes. More on BIG Architects https://www.big.dk/ https://www.dezeen.com/2016/11/08/big-designs-dubai-abu-dhabi-hyperloop-one-new-video-technology-news/ The event received an applause from American Institute of Architects, Middle East Chapter and thankyou messages from various professionals, students who attended the event in large numbers to have got this opportunity. Camera and Editing by Shahzad Ahmed from Manipal Dubai TV Presented by School of Media & Communication, MAHE Dubai
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Tour The Help Director Tate Taylor’s Mississippi Mansion | Celebrity Homes | Architectural Digest
As a boy, Tate Taylor dreamed of living in an antebellum house. The actor/writer/director grew up in Mississippi but left home in 1996 to pursue his career, first in New York and then in Hollywood. But when he returned in 2010 to film The Help—the Oscar-winning movie based on the novel by his childhood friend Kathryn Stockett—the dream “came back with a vengeance.” A columned house used in the movie was for sale but Taylor took a pass because it had little land. “I wanted to be in the middle of nowhere,” he says. After a months-long search that led him through much of the Deep South, he circled back and found the perfect place in Church Hill, a tiny community just north of Natchez: Wyolah Plantation, a 100-acre spread with a three-story Greek Revival dwelling, constructed in 1836, and eight outbuildings. It almost didn’t happen. Wyolah’s then-owner, a Brooklyn doctor, bought the estate in 1976 with the idea of reviving it and retiring there with his wife. Even though he never embarked on the restoration, he couldn’t bear to let the place go. The house was on the market for decades, with potential buyers always turned away. Undaunted, Taylor “flew up and told him my intentions,” the filmmaker explains. It worked—the man, Taylor remembers, got “teary-eyed” when he saw that his own plans could be carried out by someone else. Designer Shawn Henderson and restoration consultant Thomas E. Goodman renovated Wyolah, the 1830s Mississippi plantation home of The Help director Tate Taylor and film producer John Norris. A painstaking three-year renovation added 11 new baths. Raw attic space was converted to a full third floor with four bedrooms en-suite and a small kitchen and laundry room. The second floor got kitchen and laundry facilities as well. The summer kitchen is now a one-bedroom guesthouse, as is the charming columned office that was built by Wyolah’s first owner, a physician. The old commissary, connected to the main house by a breezeway, became the primary kitchen. The home’s original faux-marble mantels and faux-grained doors, which had all been painted over, were restored. Dining room walls were brushed with a romantic mural of local flora and fauna by Don Jacobs, a Mississippi artist who created similar scenes for the governor’s mansion in Jackson, the state capital. To help with Wyolah’s decor, Taylor called on his friend Shawn Henderson, a Manhattan-based designer whose ardently contemporary taste admittedly contrasts with Taylor’s admiration for all things antique. For example, Henderson says he swallowed hard when Taylor brought a 19th-century heirloom settee to his attention, but soon the family treasure was upholstered in sleek brick-red leather and placed beneath a guest room window, opposite a German botanical chart depicting huge mushrooms. For his part, Henderson reports that his greatest challenge was trying to reflect his client’s personality. The center of Wyolah’s action is the elegantly proportioned music room, where friends come to play the resident piano and guitars (Taylor calls himself an enthusiastic “fake singer”) before continuing their revelries around a bonfire. Mick Jagger, a producer of Taylor’s James Brown biopic, Get On Up, has stayed over, as has Academy Award-winning actress Octavia Spencer, who starred in both The Help and Get On Up. Though Taylor has a place in Los Angeles and keeps an apartment in Manhattan’s East Village, he considers Wyolah his primary residence—and he has turned it into something of a filmmaking mecca. Recently he bought the plantation house next door and made it into a postproduction facility, while Wyolah hosts everything from visiting executives to workshops for aspiring filmmakers. Before he began work on his latest project an adaptation of Paula Hawkins’s thriller The Girl on the Train—Taylor had DreamWorks Studios executives and the film’s director of photography as guests at the home for several days, he says, and “we planned the whole movie.” Read more here --> https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/tate-taylor-help-director-renovates-mississippi-mansion Still haven’t subscribed to Architectural Digest on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2zl7s34 ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST The leading international design authority, Architectural Digest features articles and videos of the best in architecture, style, culture, travel, and shopping. Tour The Help Director Tate Taylor’s Mississippi Mansion | Celebrity Homes | Architectural Digest
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Arabian Fort style mansion, Vierlanden
This Arabian Fort style mansion tells a captivating tale of earthy opulence mixed with Moroccan influences and high-class living amidst the natural landscape of farmlands and mountains.The house is named Fort Nizwa because of its architectural design features based on a Fort in the town of Nizwa in Oman, Middle East whilst this Fort is situated in the heart of Vierlanden, Durbanville, in the Western Cape, South Africa. It is beautifully built on a plot of 1,410 square meters with magnificent views of the Stellenbosch mountains. Vierlanden has a rural feel to it as it is on the fringes of most of the Cape's most beautiful wine estates. Yet it’s only a 25-minute drive to the centre of Cape Town. The ideal setting for a boutique guest house. • Floor surface: 550 sq meters or 5 920 sq ft • Reception areas: 4 • Bedrooms with en suite bathrooms: 5 • Guest WC: 2 • Study: 1 • Large kitchen.1 • Scullery. • Garages: 3 • Fort-Like Boundary walls and fences. • Alarm system with multiple sensors & beams connected to armed response. • Manicured Garden with Automated irrigation system. • Sparkling Pool (Solar Heating & Heat Pump) Every architectural feature well thought through and a year of planning and design brilliance was captured with the hand crafted clay floor tiles, custom designed wooden window and door panes, the antique Indian doors, Moroccan lights, dome engineered shower in the main en-suite, hand crafted wooden balustrades, terraced garden, secluded patios and superb double volume living spaces.
Introducing the Diarna Geo-Museum of North African and the Middle Eastern Jewish Life
From synagogues on the edge of the Sahara desert in Morocco to abandoned Jewish fortresses in Saudi Arabia, the profound Jewish imprint on the Middle East can be seen across the region... even if it often lies buried. Just a few decades ago, Jews lived in cities and villages all over the Middle East, as part of communities over 2,500 years old. Today, that vast Jewish communal presence has largely disappeared. Before it is too late and before this precious history is forever lost, Diarna is preserving sites and memories in the world's first Geo-Museum of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish life. Over the past five years, Diarna researchers have scoured the region on 17 expeditions in order to identify and document over 700 sites. Diarna, which means "our homes" in Judeo-Arabic, now offers anyone with an Internet connection untrammeled access to remarkable Jewish historical sites in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Algeria, and beyond. Diarna is pioneering the synthesis of scholarship, fieldwork, and technology to ensure preservation and access in perpetuity. Learn more by visiting the Geo-Museum at http://www.Diarna.org
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Kishwar Rizvi: "The Transnational Mosque: Architecture and Historical Memory in the Contemporary..."
Professor Rizvi is an historian of Islamic art and architecture. She has written on representations of religious and imperial authority in Safavid Iran, as well as on issues of gender, nationalism, and religious identity in modern Iran and Pakistan. She is the author of "The Safavid Dynastic Shrine: History, Religion and Architecture in Early Modern Iran," and the editor of "Modernism and the Middle East: Architecture and Politics in the 20th Century." Today we will talk with Professor Rizvi about her new book project, "The Transnational Mosque: Architecture and Historical Memory in the Contemporary Middle East."
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Antique 2 Middle Eastern Moorish style (19/20th Cent) silver
http://www.newel.com/PreviewImage.aspx?ItemID=9709 - Newel.com: Antique 2 Middle Eastern Moorish style (19/20th Cent) silver plate on copper ewers (pitcher) with etched design (PRICED EACH) (Middle Eastern, Moorish/Syrian, accessories, pitcher, silver-plate) (Newel Art and Antiques, New York City)
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