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maajoun in PKN Beirut 10

In March, the maajouns were invited to take a shot at the famous 20×20 format during the 10th edition of Pecha Kucha Night Beirut.

The event took place in Art Lounge and featured 12 speakers: Koulourz, Hibr, Nadine Feghaly, Noel Nasr and Mary-Angela Willis, Rana Abou Rjeily, maajoun, AsILE, Wissam Koteit, Hote Libanais, Nino Azzi, Laboratoire d’Art and Mashallah News. For those who have missed on the actual presentation, we prepared a small video of the slide show. Many thanks for Bilal Yamani who helped us record the sound in his home studio. Continue reading…

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Together for the reopening of ‘Horsh Beirut’

Horsh Beirut, also known as ‘Horsh al-Sanawbar’ or ‘Bois de Pins’ is one of the few green spaces left in the city of Beirut after concrete has taken over. This green space –which area is in constant shrinking– has been closed to the public since 1992.

Nahnoo have been working hard on a campaign that advocates the reopening of ‘Horsh Beirut’. Primarily targeted at the municipality and other governmental entities, the campaign approaches the topic from a legal perspective and highlights the many social and health related advantages of reopening the space. The campaign also offers a clear logistical plan for this reopening; i.e. opening times, security and maintenance measures. Continue reading…

Shimal/Noord: The first Arabic travel guide to the Netherlands

A group of 22 artists and designers from the Netherlands, Egypt and the Middle East have met in Amsterdam this summer (Jul-Sep 2010) for a mapping project initiated by the Mediamatic foundation.

The different mapping exercises have resulted in an exhibition and a travel guide which was published as a supplement in one of Amsterdam’s most highly circulated dailies Het Parool. Maajoun was happy to lead the design team which was responsible for the identity of the project, and the design of the travel guide. This experience was one of a kind for us: it was the first time we work within such a big team of artists, designers, researchers, editors, writers and translators. And the first time our work results in a roomful of printed matter: more than 106.000 copies of the guide were printed at one go! Continue reading…



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