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Top 10 Posts in August

Here’s a list of the 10 most popular articles published on UrbanPeek this past month: First Images of the World’s NEW Tallest building -Jeddah Dancing Color Sculptures [VIDEO] Metropol Parasol – The Largest Wooden Structure in the World SLIDE-S – Egypt’s Solar Green House Guiding LEDoorHandle for Mood and Emergency The Bridge between Egypt and Saudi Arabia, A Dream Come True ? The New APPLE Campus by Foster + Partners 080-23MR Sensualscaping: The House of Curves Rainbow mille-feuille: Colorful Bank in Tokyo New York’s 9/11 Memorial to Open this Year on 10th Anniversary [PHOTOS] Please don’t forget to spread our Urban Wisdom, and stay connected… Read more »

July’s Top 15 UrbanPeeks

Here’s a list of the 15 most popular articles published on UrbanPeek this past month. The Safe-House, An Anti-Burglar Fortress Top 10 Most Visited Cities Worldwide Dubai’s O-14 Tower Nemo 33 – The Deepest Diving Pool in the World The CUBE TOWER Announced for Beirut South Korea’s Virtual Supermarket [VIDEO] Floating Houseboat, Amsterdam San Alfonso del Mar – the Largest Pool in the World nHow Music Hotel in Berlin by Karim Rashid Holographic Sheets – The Future of 3D Modeling The Mega Art of Jim Denevan Mexico [PHOTO PEEK] Pimp your Garage Door with Cool Deceiving Art [PHOTOS] Will Cairo ever see Zaha Hadid’s NILE… Read more »

June’s Top 15 UrbanPeeks

Here’s a list of the 15 most popular articles published on UrbanPeek this past month. Downtown Cairo – What Can Really Be Done The Evolution of a Bottle How Fun Can Your Office Get? Marina Bay Sands Integrated Hotel with SkyPark – Singapore PHOTO PEEK: Afghanistan Comic and Animation Museum – Hangzhou, China A Wake up Call – Cairo Slums Top 25 bizarre hotels (part 1) & (part 2) Burano, Italy – The most colorful in Europe Top 10 Visited Countries in the World JEANS – Fashion VS. Environment A 3D 360° Panoramic Video of the World (WATCH) A Peek inside… Read more »

Share the Knowledge

Today marks the end of our second week of publishing :) with 15 articles in our archives. Launching our blog was the harvest of 7 months of unexpected detailed amount of work. For me building a website was an unknown field that arouses my geeky curiosity. I’ve been  a loyal fan of some greatly useful blogs for a few years now, and I always got a very dynamic vibe from the mechanism of blogs, and the social interaction they create.  You read the article, you like it, you share it, got more curious you ask a question, start a discussion, show your approval,… Read more »

The Awakening

As the whole world has been following, Egypt’s ruling regime has fallen after one of the most peaceful gathering for protesters worldwide.  The gathering was estimated to have reached by the end of their revolution days around 20 million protesters craving for change, freedom, social justice and higher living standards with the choice of who represent them as their ruler. This happening, it gave the youth of the country a tremendous feeling of hope towards a brighter future and a stronger will to develop their country.  With hope come ideas to rebuild and restore one of the world’s oldest civilizations,… Read more »

Introduction

We, as human beings, have basic needs required for the survival on this planet.  Food, water, clothes, alongside a place to live and work and interact with one another.  As human beings evolved, the places they inhabit have also evolved a great deal, shaping today’s vast urban environments.  While the work of man towards the development of his urban living space is sometimes fascinating, it can also be disappointing. Here at Urban Peek we try to point out the pros and cons of our surrounding enviroment starting from the local neighborhoods to the world, covering innovative design ideas, current urban… Read more »

Stay tuned for UrbanPeek’s first articles

Months of work and effort is what it took us to put together our first website, discovering a whole new world of web design and coding language (as I’m an architect and my wife is an economist), building our blog was quiet an intriguing adventure, especially in today’s world where the blogosphere has evolved dramatically in the past 5-10 years accommodating millions of blogs covering all niches. With blogs like Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Engadget, ArchDaily, and others setting the rules in their niches, seeing ourselves blogging was a challenge.  So we decided to start a one step at a time trip to build our… Read more »

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