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Ongoing F&B venue

Ongoing Project – An influence from the colonial antebellum architectures of the early to mid 19th century, developed into a restaurant and bar in a lovely orchard in Beirut.

Cycles of Collapsing Progress

Cycles of Collapsing Progress was a month-long contemporary art exhibition that took place at the Rashid Karami International Fair in Tripoli, Lebanon; a public project designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer in the 1960s and the Tripoli Roman citadel. The exhibition was divided into three thematic sections: Collapse of Modernism, Cycles of Nature and Socio-Historical Cycles. It presented 20 projects in total, including 11 commissioned artworks as well as 9 selected works by artists from Lebanon and Mexico. The meeting of these two art scenes

Salon Beyrouth

Located in Clemenceau, Ras Beirut (Lebanon), a 350 square metre mid-century residential home was transformed into a whiskey bar and venue for jazz.

The Grasshopper

Located in Sodeco, Beirut is a bar room on which all lighting fixtures and furniture have been tailor made, custom designed, and prototyped to fit its thirty-five square meters of interiors.

The Saudi Press Agency

Upon first visiting the bare site of the new Saudi Press Agency (Saudi Arabia), we knew that acoustics were important and needed to be considered when constructing the interior space.

The Silent Echo

For the first time ever, the UNESCO world heritage site of Baalbek, Lebanon hosted a contemporary art exhibition within its museum and archaeological sites, most notably Bacchus, the largest of the Roman temples.

Internazionale

The site for the new bar was a 45-year-old automobile spare parts shop located on the main street of Mar Mikhayel (Beirut, Lebanon), known for its 1960s heritage architecture, including famous Electricité Du Liban building

The Grand Factory

Located next to the Port of Beirut (Lebanon), the event venue was designed according to the previous space, which, as the name implies, was a factory.

Cargo

The unique cocktail bar is situated in Mar Mikhayel, Beirut (Lebanon) next to what used to be the city’s main train station. Influenced by the proximity of the old railway, the design brought some of the golden age

The Council

“The Council” in Clemenceau, Beirut is a broadcasting and media production company to which we conceptualised, designed and executed their premises.

Cooking Liberty

“Cooking Liberty” 2017 was part of the “Art Dubai” project in “madinat Jumeirah” in which we collaborated with art collective “Atfal Ahdath” to develop the scenography of a surealist dinner influenced from Salvador Dali’s Gala dinners.

Residential V-18

Utopia

One of the most anticipated food and beverage venues in Victoria Island, Lagos (Nigeria) used to be an abandoned mansion on a 3,000 square metre lot surrounded by tropical greenery.

Motto

Located in the Mar Mikhayel (Beirut, Lebanon), the “Pay What You Think Fair” restaurant rotates chefs and serves food from the four corners of the world.

Residential III-16

Golf Course Project

This venue was conceptualised, studied, designed, and detailed for the “Dubai Golf Course”. The cast-in concrete club has a rooftop that opens up on hydraulics. 

Auditorium for the Jeddah Municipality

The 3D study for this auditorium was presented to the Jeddah municipality. Studies were conducted after many alternations were made to the existing auditorium.

Prototype X-1

Custom design lighting fixtures ( According to daylight factor ) and furniture

40 Kong

Located on the 40th floor of the H-Hotel (Dubai) is the U.A.E.’s highest rooftop bar. Based on studies conducted by 21dB acoustic consultants, we designed a robust acoustic sound barrier that blocked noise from reaching

Residential IV-17

Donzie

The design work on the custom-designed, 73-foot sports-fisher yacht, moored at La Marina Dbayeh (Lebanon), entailed transforming the fly-bridge into a closed pilot house in order to upgrade the 1994-make into a 2005 model.

Residential II-15

   

Residential I-14