theOtherDada’s newsletter 2015

Better late than never… Here are some of our 2015 highlights!

This year we’ve been very active in tackling some of the emergent issues concerning the degraded environment in Beirut city. We managed to participate in several initiatives to encourage habitat conservation and social engagement within our scope of work and to grow our positive impact.
We worked on strengthening theOtherDada’s social and environmental engagement in the following services ARCHITECTURE, INTERIOR DESIGN, LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, and STRATEGIC PLANNING.
We have also supported multi-disciplinary collaborations with local initiatives, NGOs, international organizations, professional and academic experts throughout this year.
Last year was underpinned with a series of competitions, presentations, workshops, community meetings and other; we believe these learning activities enable us to further reach out to a wider audience.
Check out our work and follow our blog and website! We would love to hear your feedback; engage with us to join our ecosystem.

theOtherDada_newsletter 2015



About tOD

Active since 2010, the architecture lab theOtherDada defends an alternative position towards the current practice of sustainability through exploration of the context and medium, invoking new relationships between climate, landscape, and inhabitants. Informed by our research into biomimicry, we aim to connect to the natural ecosystems of sites to understand and consequently devise new potential living habitats. theOtherDada works within a collaborative process between architects, scientists, botanists, artists, economists and craftsmen.

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