Abdulrahman & Turki Gazzaz are Jeddah based architects whose work explores the boundaries between art, material research, and the built environment. Abdulrahman graduated from the University of the West of England in Bristol with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture and Planning in 2012. Turki completed a Master’s degree in History and Theory of Architecture from McGill University in Montreal in 2011.
Together they founded Bricklab, an interdisciplinary design studio located in Jeddah. Their projects range from public space interventions, installations, retail, and housing. In 2018, they designed the inaugural Pavilion of Saudi Arabia titled “Spaces in Between” at the 16th Venice Architectural Biennale. Their work was exhibited in 21,39 Jeddah Arts, Al Serkal Avenue during Dubai Art Week, and Salone del Mobile in Milan.