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Of Becoming: Syntagms and paradigms - A lecture by Tarek Naga

Subject: Architecture
Speaker: Tarek Naga
Date: Oct 14, 2011 At 18:30
City: Beirut
Address: ALBA Auditorium

Tarek Naga of Naga Studio Architecture will be giving a talk under the theme "Of Becoming: Syntagms and paradigms" on Friday October 14, 2011 in the ALBA auditorium.

Tarek Naga, (1953, Cairo) is the founder and principal of the Los Angeles/Cairo–based Naga Studio Architecture (an investigative/experimental architectural practice, established in 1991 in Venice, California). His work has been internationally recognized and widely published in various international professional publications in the US, Europe, Japan, China, Russia and the Middle East. He has been invited to lecture in several universities and academic institutions throughout the world. Naga’s experimental work is driven by the notion of “Architecture of Becoming” and aspires to create a body of work that challenges the status quo in architecture and engages in a genuine Avant-garde architectural discourse. Naga has been commissioned by the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA) to undertake the complex task of the Master Planning and architectural design for the Giza Pyramids Plateau in Egypt. Most recently, UNESCO and the SCA have commissioned Naga Studio to document and Master Plan the Memphis Necropolis World Heritage Site from Giza to Dahshur.

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