The project is located in a village called Thoum in Batroun, North of Lebanon and is about 120 m above sea level. It consists of a private family house (area= 80 square meters) and a guard’s house (area= 95 square meters) located within a master plan (site= 7,000 sqm) which design and construction would be divided into two phases to allow for future expansion not exceeding 300 m2.
The project footprint is minimized and considered in a way not to hinder the existing biodiversity; furthermore, our intention is to set an exemplary residential project in Lebanon in terms of sustainable architecture, use of renewable energy resources, and water efficiency; consequently, promoting a symbiotic relationship between people and aspects of the built environment.
Status: Under Construction
Location: Batroûn, LB
The house features a screenwall that is mechanically operated to open the house to the surrounding nature.
Screenwall Stage 1: Closed
Screenwall Stage 2: Opening up
Screenwall Stage 3: Almost there..
Screenwall Stage 4: Fully open