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Al Manakh is the collaborative initiative to monitor, reveal and forecast new urban developments unfolding in the Gulf region. This analysis focuses on how the Gulf’s recent pace has not only shaped its own urban centers but also releases significant effects beyond its borders...
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Al Manakh at Shelter

June 30 2010
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An impression of ‘Al Manakh: Gulf Continued’ by some of its contributors. The video premiered on June 8, 2010, at Shelter, Dubai.

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A Discussion on Al Manakh

June 9 2010
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Al Manakh Conversation

The AA School of Architecture has published a video of last week’s Al Manakh: Gulf Continued discussion on its website. Click here to watch the video.

“Rem Koolhaas and Al Manakh editor Todd Reisz will discuss the implications of the book and OMA’s continuing work in the Gulf region. Al Manakh: Gulf Continued is an essential and comprehensive guide to the cities of the Gulf, produced by AMO, Archis and Pink Tank. A follow-up to the first installment of Al Manakh – made in the very different moment of 2007, this 536-page book of interviews, travelogues, analyses, propositions, infographics and photography explores the growing interconnectedness of the region and the complex impact of the financial crisis.”

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Out of the Box

June 8 2010
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Al Manakh Invitation

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Al Manakh Gulf Continued: a Conversation

June 2 2010
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Thursday 3 June, 6 pm, Architectural Association, London. With Rem Koolhaas, Brett Steele, Todd Reisz and Shumon Basar.
The table will discuss architectural books and introduce Al Manakh: Gulf Continued, an essential and comprehensive guide to the cities of the Gulf, produced by AMO, Archis, Pink Tank and NAI. A follow-up to [...]

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