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The aForm Show

Alan George

This show is about all things architecture and design in the middle-east. Join us, as we sit across from thought leaders and change makers in their fields as they share their insight & add value to your creative journey. Subjects vary from design workflow to market trends & everything in between.


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Latest Episodes

Today we are joined by Mohammed Adib, partner and Chief Design Officer at Dewan Architects + Engineers. With projects all over the Middle East, Southeast Asia, Europe and Africa, he is involved with establishing the studio design language & establish... more

11 days ago

The INDEX exhibition in Dubai has been a leader in bringing together designers from across the country! This week we are joined Shuchita Gupta, Senior Conference Manager/Head of content at DMG events! Affectionately known as "Shu" in the industry, Sh... more

24 days ago

After a long time coming, this week we are joined by Lee Nellis! He is the managing partner at XBD Collective, based in Dubai & London. With a vast portfolio of work, Lee brings a unique perspective to the business of design. His experience in Dubai ... more

a month ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 14 ratings
  • Learning everyday

    Exciting stuff happens in the field of Architecture and Design everyday- and when we hear of it- we figure there are super humans behind it (there are!) but it’s so reliving to know that they’re still human and humble at that. Great conversations with real people making things happen- this show inspires, educates and entertains. It also iterates how much there is in life to experience and learn. Looking forward to more content, Alan.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Arab Emirates4 years ago

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#174 Colombia/Arts/Design
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#192 United Arab Emirates/Arts
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#209 Ireland/Arts/Design
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#230 New Zealand/Arts/Design

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