Monthly Archive: July, 2015


Based on Laurent Chehere’s famous Flying houses pieces, The students were asked to create an urban composition to reflect Lebanon the way they see it. It can be Lebanon in general or a specific region.… Continue reading

New Gold, a project by Charbel El Khoury

“Buying things is only sometimes about owning the things. Buying often is simply about what 50 Cent observed: being ABLE to buy. Having less means hearing “No, you cannot have that,” and we… Continue reading

Contradictory Landscapes, a project by Hassan Farhat

In this series I question and reveal the flexible nature of symbolic landscapes. When Israeli forces invaded southern Lebanon, they made sure to mark their presence by building military sites on the hills… Continue reading