این وبلاگ اولین وبلاگ مهندسی معماری در سطح كشور بوده و هدف از ایجاد این فضای مجازی بوجود آوردن محیطی آكادامیك و در عین حال دوستانه به منظور تبادله افكار و نظرات و مطالب سودمند برای تمامی محصلین رشته مهندسی (معماری) افغانستان كه از این پیش محروم بوده اند بوده و همچنان از همه مهمتر یك منبع اطلاعاتی در دسترس به منظور مطلع ساختن و اگاهی دیگر ممالك دنیا از هنر و مهندسی (معماری) ناب افغانی میباشد كه تا كنون ناشناخته و سرپوشیده مانده است.
امید است كه در زمینه پیشرفت و بهبود هرچه بهتر این فضا با ما همكاری نموده و قدمی در شناختاندن هنر ناب افغانی بردارید.
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محمد مهدی جعفری
Zaha Hadid Officially Signed Up For Iraq Parliament Job
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Zaha Hadid has now officially signed a deal to design the Iraq Parliament building in Baghdad, despite only coming third in the original design competition. BD Online reports that Hadid attended a signing ceremony held at the Iraqi Embassy in London last month, finally bringing a close to the controversial process.
The original competition run by the Royal Institute of British Architects at the request of the Iraqi Government was won by Assemblage, however
shortly after the win it became apparent that the Iraqi Council of
Representatives had other ideas, as they remained in discussion with Hadid’s Practice. Under the rules of the competition, the client is under no obligation to follow through with the winning design.
More on the controversy after the break
In some ways, Hadid is the natural choice for the design as she is an Iraqi citizen and was born in Baghdad. However this has not stopped many from criticizing the Council of Representatives for its lack of transparency, with Assemblage director
Peter Besley saying that his practice was “frozen out” almost
immediately after their win. He said that the practice was never
officially informed that they would not get the commission, although he
added that he had been told in private some months ago. Besley also
confirmed that Assemblage had at least received its $250,000 prize
The secrecy over Hadid’s design has also come under fire, with Iraqi
architectural critic Ihsan Fethi saying that despite numerous requests,
he has yet to see the designs. “Of course this is contrary to the
principle of transparency and it is absolutely unacceptable for us Iraqi
architects, or any Iraqi citizen to that matter, to be prevented from
seeing what their Parliament would look like. We absolutely have no
idea,” he said in an email sent by the Iraqi Architects Society.
Those who have seen Hadid’s design, though, are critical. One
un-named juror for the competition called the design “very convoluted,”
adding that although the competition asked for a design which was “all
about how MPs meet their constituents and how people get together,”
Hadid’s designs “threw everyone apart” instead. In the original
judging for the competition, Hadid’s design scored 76%, while Assemblage
Nevertheless, the new agreement draws an official close to the issue,
which – providing the process goes smoothly from this point forward –
will give Hadid her second building in her native country, after she was
also selected to design the Central Bank of Iraq in 2012.