Mr Siu Kwok Kin Stanley Spiral Arches Pavilion
Spiral Arches Pavilion is Golden Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Architecture, Building and Structure Design Award Category.
Spiral Arches Pavilion

Spiral Arches is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as one of the anchor installation during the Islamic Arts Festival 2016 held in Sharjah UAE, organised by the Department of Culture and Information of Sharjah Government. Spiral Arches created a journey inspired by the role and the historical value of arch, it explores the evolution of arches in Islamic Architecture from the ancient Horseshoes Arch to the modern Parabolic Arch.

Spiral Arches Pavilion
Mr Siu Kwok Kin Stanley Spiral Arches
Mr Siu Kwok Kin Stanley Pavilion
Mr Siu Kwok Kin Stanley design
Mr Siu Kwok Kin Stanley design
Mr Siu Kwok Kin Stanley

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The United Arab Emirates Government of Sharjah Department of Culture & Information

After the union of the United Arab of Emirates, Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, sought to establish the present and the future of Sharjah through its generous and knowledgeable history and realise it as the cultural capital devoted to cultural traditions and intellectual beliefs. Within two decades, an infrastructure was created in the Emirate to develop the social, cultural sense in forms of universities, museums, galleries, and centres of educational preparation and art for children, youth and women clubs, service institutions, and local and Arab cultural events throughout the year. For Sharjah to play this pioneering role and continues its noble mission before and even after the establishment of United Arab Emirates, His Highness Sheikh Dr Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi issued an Emiri Decree No. (20) on April 30, 1981 for establishing the "Cultural Department," which later became known as Department of Culture and Information after initiating the artistic work efforts and expanding the base of it to the citizens throughout the country. The Department assured the aim by creating an identity of Arabic and authentic Islamic culture, influenced by the culture of humanity in a larger sense, following Sheikh Sultan's slogan, "Enough with the concrete revolution, and turn to creating a Human being."