Design: Orange Architects
CTBUH Awards Best Tall Building Middle East & Africa: residential tower for the Lebanese development corporation Masharii. The building is located on a prominently visible location in Sin el Fil, an eastern district of Beirut.
Design: HW Architecture
124m high tower building by Paris-based Lebanese architect Hala Wardé wins Lebanese Architecture Competition with an international jury led by Peter Palumbo, the chair of the Pritzker Prize.
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs at the American University of Beirut, an Aga Khan Award for Architecture Winner in 2016 – new building photos.
Design: L.E.FT, Architects
This building occupies a renovated cross-vaulted space, adding a veiled steel structure and a plaza in front. The slender minaret is formed of thinly-sliced steel plates, linked horizontally through a canopy to a curved entry wall.
Design: Snøhetta Architects
Snøhetta has won the competition to design the new Banque Libano Francaise (BLF) headquarters. Located in Beirut, the project marks Snøhetta’s first ever commission in Lebanon.
Design: MZ Architects
The architecture and vision of the K Galleria project are inspired by the infamous ancient khan or urban caravanserai, the equivalent of the public marketplace in the Middle East during the Ottoman era.
Design: SOMA Architects
This building has 65 ft of frontage but only 13 ft depth: an array of 1,000 white glass-reinforced plastic cubes was made using advanced parametric tools, forming one continuous surface within the space.
OPA Open Platform for Architecture announce plans to begin construction of Casa Brutale building in Beirut, Lebanon.
Design: Paul Kaloustian Architect
Located on a corner lot the building is modelled on the shape of the ziggurat. The stepped design allows the integration of planters with metal mesh panels creating a “tree building”.
The international design competition for Lebanese origin architects with a Jury headed by Lord Peter Palumbo, Chair of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. APEAL seeks submissions for a design competition for a new modern and contemporary art museum in the heart of Beirut.
Nahr el-Bared Refugee Camp, Tripoli, Lebanon – design by United Nations Relief & Works Agency – Lebanon development, Lebanese architecture.
The design proposal intends to combine a year-around destination for mountain lovers in Lebanon with the requirements for a sustainable development in Zaarour.
Design: Orange Architects
CTBUH Awards Best Tall Building Middle East & Africa winner: a luxury apartment block in Sin el Fil, an eastern district of Beirut, by Dutch architecture firms for Lebanese development corporation Masharii.
The office building is located on the main street of Badaro, a dense district in Beirut. The corner situation of the lot and the street alignment (with rigid shaped buildings) has led us to create a building with a different identity.