Hasshoukan Miyuki-no-ma (Imperial room), 1950

Sutemi Horiguchi
Hasshoukan Miyuki-no-ma (Imperial room)
Interior view
Courtesy of Hasshoukan
Photo: Takuya Ito

Talk Description

In conjunction with the exhibition Sharjapan 3–Remain Calm: Solitude and Connectivity in Japanese Architecture, on view at Sharjah Art Foundation until 1 October 2021, architects discuss the complex relationship between architecture and both natural and urban environments. This session will explore the impact that architecture has on our landscape, local communities and public spaces, as well as addressing critical issues of sustainability and climate change and the fundamental importance of considering the environmental legacy that architectural practice leaves behind.

Speakers: Nada Taryam, Managing Director of Civil and Architectural Projects, Bee’ah; Dalia Chabarek, Urban and architectural researcher, Sharjah Art Foundation

Moderator: Nadia Mounajjed, Assistant Professor of Architecture, Abu Dhabi University


This discussion will be held at 5:00 pm Gulf Standard Time (GST). This discussion will take place via Zoom and will be held in English.

To register for the online discussion, please click here.

This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 06 568 5050.