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How do architectural design and users’ practices inform the creation of social space? In which spaces and through which modalities do people come together and “make” space in a city as diverse as Abu Dhabi? How are these processes approached by various disciplines—from architecture and urban design to the social sciences and the arts? This talk brings together scholars and practitioners to discuss urban planning, public spaces, and social and cultural practices in Abu Dhabi.

Ji Young Kim, Event Specialist, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi Foundation for Policy Research, NYUAD Alumna

Adina Hempel, Associate Professor of Interior Design, Zayed University
Alamira Reem Bani Hashim, Author, “Planning Abu Dhabi: An Urban History” (Routledge, 2018)

Pradeep Sharma, Director of Arts, Culture & Heritage, Salama Foundation
In conversation with

Laure Assaf, Assistant Professor of Arab Crossroads Studies and Anthropology, NYUAD

In Collaboration with

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youth hub

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