Issue 6 Vol. 206 June 2018 Pgs. 1 46-147
Davies Toews directly confronts irregularities and constraints to transform potentially awkward architectural moments into meticulously designed spaces and public installations. To address these challenges, the firm creates geometrically complex forms that subtly convey a shift in scales and forge connections between disjointed spaces.
Mohamed Amine Siana
Issue 12 Vol. 204 Dec. 2016 Pgs. 38-39
During its 44 years under colonial rule, Morocco served as a petri dish for experiments in modernism by French architects and planners like Jean-François Zevaco and Michel Ecochard. Today, 38-year-old architect Mohamed Amine Siana attempts to reconcile traditional North African architecture with that movement's imposition in the built environment, in both public and residential buildings.