Demolition works have begun on our HG4 project in Chelsea, London: big structural works getting ready to create a new basement floor under the 4-storey house.
Construction works have just been launched for the renovation of an apartment located on rue de Lubeck. High ceiling, ornamental details and “point de Hongrie” wood flooring are amongst the noticeable features we will be preserving. Look out for an update in 9 months…
The Wadi Qortuba project has received the Cityscape Global Awards 2018 in the Residential, Low to Medium Rise Category for built projects.
Located in KSA, the project is a residential development launched by Solidere International. Our scope included the design of 215 villas, townhouses and semi-detached villas, as well as 3 buildings with 95 apartment units.
Our ANTWORK project turns 1!Read More
URBAN RETREAT ON THE COVER OF AD MIDDLE EASTRead More
We have just completed phase I of our renovation project in Beirut.
An extensive evaluation exercise and documentation process all compiled in a book.
A record of the history of the house before our intervention.
TOWN HOUSE PROJECT IN DECO MAGAZINERead More
Following Architectural Digest's Art of Dining event held in Beirut on April 27th 2017, our take on the Art of Dining is now published in the 50th issue of Architectural Digest Middle East.
Read more on the project and event here.
We were thrilled to present 'LIGHT', our carpet collaboration with Iwan Maktabi & Jan Kath, on May 25th, as part of this year's Beirut Design Week.
A panel discussion was held, moderated by Urban Planner Amira Solh, to present the "One Carpet For Love" initiative.
One Carpet For Love weaves societal threads into creatively innovative carpet designs whose proceeds go to organizations that are actively working towards the betterment of Lebanese society.
Read more about the event here
The Arab Center for Architecture is organizing a discussion between Samir Khairallah and Michèle Maria on Wednesday 22nd of April at 6:30PM.
This debate is the second of a series of six lectures that will gather architects of different generations along the year.