Why you won't want to miss the Sharjah Architecture Triennial
Sponsored: The free-to-attend exhibition is happening across the city…
Sharjah has firmly established itself as a regional hub for creativity, and that’s further cemented by the return of the Sharjah Architecture Triennial (SAT).
The second edition is now taking place until March 10, 2024, titled The Beauty of Impermanence: An Architecture of Adaptability. Curated by Tosin Oshinowo, visitors at the free-to-attend event can explore six venues and sites across Sharjah City, featuring pieces from 29 architects, designers and studios from 25 countries. From impressive large-scale installations to thought-provoking exhibitions, the Triennial features a whole array of pieces that command attention.
The edition will immerse visitors in an ambitious and dynamic presentation that, while rooted in the history, culture and tradition of Sharjah, transforms the region into a global hub for architectural discourse.
Taking over sites at Al Qasimiyah School, old Al Jubail Vegetable Market, old Slaughterhouse, Sharjah Mall, Industrial Area 5 and Al Madam in Sharjah, the second edition of the Triennial puts design centre stage in the heart of this culture emirate. The whole experience has been designed to immerse visitors in a theme thats rooted in the history, culture and tradition of Sharjah while positioning the city as a crucial hub for architectural discourse.
For a full immersion into the exhibition, book one of the guided tours via sharjaharchitecture.org/contact
Lead images: left, Ieva Saudargaite; right, Danko Stjepanovic