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IoT february 21, 2014

10 Stories You Need To Know Today

IKEA discontinues popular shelf, Qatar Airways plans to launch all-business class plane, Oral-B creates a smart toothbrush, and more.

Luxury october 15, 2013

Damien Hirst And Prada Launch Pop-Up Juice Bar In The Desert [Pics]

The fashion house revisits and the artist open an unlikely establishment in Qatar.

Luxury august 9, 2013

Hamad Airport Will Have Luxury Hotels And Resort Quality Facilities

The new Doha airport is designed to be a luxurious gateway.

Design & Architecture july 23, 2013

Hotel Lounge Fits Onto The Back Of A Private Jet [Pics]

Jetway Hotel is designed as a short-stay hotel that acts as an extension of the private jet to let clients rest for the day before departure.

Work january 16, 2013

An Interview With The Designer Of London's 'Shard'

Renzo Piano talks about his tower and how it will act as the sensor for London.

Sustainability october 26, 2012

Neighborhood Park Features Play Structures From 50 Countries

An urban park celebrates various nationalities and their design ethos by embedding authentic objects into the park's layout.

Home july 5, 2012

Harrods Plans To Open Luxury Hotel Chain

Qatar Investment Authority, owner of the upmarket department store, says it will launch hospitality chains in cities such as Kuala Lumpur, New York and London, as well as China.

Technology april 30, 2012

Bilingual Robot Receptionist Helps University Students In Both English & Arabic

Qatar University introduces robotic assistants that can engage with students and visitors to provide campus information.

Advertising april 14, 2012

Is Dubai The Most Powerful Catalyst In The Design World?

Cyril Zammit, Fair Director at Design Days Dubai, weighs on why the city is now being taken seriously by the global design community.

Cities may 31, 2011

What Is Fifa And Did Qatar Pay A Bribe To Host 2022 World Cup? [Headlines]

Why is there so much news about the soccer sports body and how does it connect with a small country in the Middle East?

Design & Architecture april 4, 2011

Could Cloud Sculpting Provide The Means For Atmospheric Architecture?

Manipulating the microclimates of urban environments might allow architects new means of creating the urban mega-structures of the near future.

Technology february 22, 2011

Monocolumn: Stakes Are High In Battle For UN Presidency

A rare battle for the UN presidency is gaining momentum between two Asian nations whose situations couldn’t be further apart.

Sustainability december 3, 2010

Finding Cultural Insight For Architectural Megaprojects

How do foreign architects seek inspiration in a culture that is for the most part private?

Work november 17, 2010

Artist's Camera Implant Prompts NYU Privacy Concern

Conceptual artist Wafaa Bilal plans to implant a camera in the back of head for a year, broadcasting images at one-minute intervals to a museum in Qatar.


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