In perfect harmony with the surrounding pine forest, this villa expresses in its design the traditional Lebanese architecture, not as a mass, but as a dynamic succession of three volumes, each constituting an entity by itself.
The three independent volumes are connected through two common, interactive, more public zones. These spaces are made of glass, allowing light and nature to flow inside the structure.
As one approaches the villa, the central block hides the mountain behind it, only to reveal a breathtaking view as soon as you enter the house.
The lightness of the whole allows for the breaking of the limit between inside and outside, and allows for the symbiotic relationship between exterior and interior spaces.
Location Best Mery, Lebanon
Site Area 6,000 m2
Built-Up Area 1,400 m2