The Rachid Karame International Fair in Tripoli ( Lebanon) was designed in the early 1960s by the architect Oscar Niemeyer as Lebanon’s international exhibition site.
Urban Jungle // Lebanon
Brutal Holiday Inn Beirut // Lebanon
The Battle of the Hotels was a subconflict within the 1975–77 phase of the Lebanese Civil War . Over 25,000 combatants fought for the control of a group of towering luxury hotels including the Holiday Inn in downtown Beirut.
The grudge // Beirut // Lebanon
The property is the thinnest building in beirut ( Lebanon ) . Well known as ‘al-Ba’sa’ wich in Arabic means ‘The Grudge’ , the narrow (< 1M ) residential building was build in 1954 to block the direct sea side view from one of the owner's siblings estate.
The Egg // Beirut // Lebanon
The war-scarred structure is nowaday a symbol of the fight for preservation of the urban memory of the once war tornes city .
Rafik Hariri Mausoleum on a ramadan’s night // Beirut // Lebanon
The sunny side up // Beirut // Lebanon