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The Public Living Room by rppl initiative

Beirut, Lebanon

Rppl Initiative  2018 Edited by Sundos Abu Reyal   About the initiative, Rppl (Reviving Public Places in Lebanon) is an initiative to promote the use of public spaces by involving young artists and designers in improving and reviving different public spots across Lebanon. The idea is to combine social contribution with educational activities through encouraging Read More

The Handmade and The Heartmade, Inside Nada Debs new studio and boutique

Beirut, Lebanon

Text: Farah Abdel Jawad Photos curtsey of Nada Debs Design Studio Nada Debs launched her new studio and boutique concept located in a historic 1930s residential block in Beirut, Lebanon. The studio/boutique is designed as an office for the growing team  and an open-door welcoming space to allow  people to get ‘up, close and personal’ with the  brand. Nada Debs Studio Nada Read More

East Village

Beirut, Lebanon

J.M.Bonfils and Associates 2015 Kinan Mansour © Vertical Garden influenced by a public garden located in the adjacent 1960s Electricité du Liban headquarters that is no longer accessible to the public. The aim is to reintroduce a more space-efficient vertical green space that the community could enjoy. Kinan Mansour © Kinan Mansour © Kinan Mansour Read More

Issam Fares Institute

Beirut, Lebanon

Issam Fares Institute – American University of Beirut / Zaha Hadid Architects © Hufton Crow The Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs (IFI) building by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) at the American University of Beirut (AUB) continues the on-going implementation of the 2002 AUB Campus Master Plan by Sasaki Associates (in collaboration Read More

HKZ2013 Highlights: Urbanisim in the Arab World

Various, Arab World

As 2013 folds out, we will start a new ”Round Up” series to remember the great projects we have on herskhazeen.  We thought it would be great to recognize and promote Urban Master Plans and Urban Projects as they hold a great role of planning in creating livable communities. The main image belongs to Massar Read More