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Contemporary Lebanese Architecture Practice: Lebanon Design Studio led by Samer Eid Architect

Samer Eid Architect / SE.Arch – Latest Design

TOTAL Extension 853, Kahale, central Lebanon
Date built: 2011-
TOTAL Extension 853 building design by SE.Arch
courtesy of Samer Eid
SE.Arch – latest design
No English text – Violente irruption sanguine, ce ‘corps liquide’ s’imbrique à l’angle de l’ancienne batisse lui insufflant la vie, une nouvelle existence. Telle une créature insolite aux émergences tentaculaires, il puise son essence du socle terrestre et se dégage en hauteur, enveloppant les murs de pierre pour ne plus former qu’une entité hybride, où textures et matières fusionnent et se cristallisent en un organisme magmatique.

SE.Arch – Key Projects

Designs by SE.Arch, Architects – Samer Eid Architect, alphabetical:

Cotton Candy Kindergarten, Burj Hammud, Lebanon
Date built: 2009-
Lebanese Kindergarten Design
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Cotton Candy Kindergarten

The House of Arts and Culture – entry Beirut, Lebanon
Date: [2009]
House of Arts & Culture
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The House of Arts and Culture entry

Loft 354, Lebanon
Date built: 2009-
Loft 354
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Loft 354

Order of Engineers & Architects, Tripoli, Lebanon
Date: [2004]
Design with F. Jilwan & J. Abou Haidar
Order of Engineers & Architects Tripoli
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Order of Engineers & Architects Tripoli

Tall Emblem Structure, Za’abeel Park – Dubai
Date: [2009]
Dubai Tall Emblem
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Dubai Tall Emblem Competition
The phenomenon of evolution expands on a continuous line, linking point A to point B, endlessly. In order to evolve, we must point out to the past and improve it. Evolution is in that sense a repetition of past steps, marching towards the future.
As for Dubai, this process relies on a visual projection of an Ideal, a “Mental Plan”, and acts accordingly with will, work and effort, all to overcome. The tools and targets in such progression are knowledge, strength and wealth.

TOYOTA Exhibition Pavilion, Kuwait
Date: 2009-
Design: with Sandra Tabet, Interior Designer
TOYOTA Exhibition Pavilion
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TOYOTA Exhibition Pavilion

USEK Student Housing, Kaslik, north of Beirut, Lebanon
Date built: 2007
Design: with Henry Eid Architect
USEK Student Housing
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USEK Student Housing
The architects have considered the chaotic urban environment of the site as a challenge and confronted it with the elegant modernism of their work, investing to the utmost the potential of a difficult plot of land. Isolated, the building directly conveys its message and converses with the scenery, offering selective views on its environment.

World Rehabilitation Fund, Jezzine, southern Lebanon
Date: 2009-
Design: with architects F. Jilwan & G. Haddad
World Rehabilitation Fund
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World Rehabilitation Fund

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