The Muqarnas Pavilion – New South

June 15-September 4, 2022

Throughout summer 2022, CIVA’s terrace becomes a place to discover new ways of being together. The architectural studio New South created a pavilion, Muqarnas, which interrogates the sacred and its meaning for public space and life. Muquarnas is a collaboration between New South, Radhi Ben Hadid and Gorbon Ceramics that aims to re-establish construction innovation as central to contemporary Islamic architecture.

Closes 4 September 2022.

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