The terrace and garden project is nearing completion, just in time for summer. The happy owners will soon be able to enjoy their new seating, eating, reading and sun-bathing platforms, to the light breeze of the mountain air, shade of the pines, smell of flowers, and sounds of water trickling down the long pond.
A paper on the history of Mount Lebanon's landscapes, and its relationship to the Lebanese Coast, "The Place Beyond the Coast" was presented on March 23rd at the "Place that Remains: Recounting the Unbuilt Territory" Conference at LAU Beirut.
The conference was organised in parallel with Lebanon's first national participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale opening in May 2018, curated by Hala Younes.
The Installation design & space for Renaissance Renaissance's 3rd collection launch will be unveiled tonight, transforming a derelict art-deco apartment in Tabaris.