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tOD receives 2016 Green Home of the Year Award!

We are proud to announce that our project Home Of Innovation is a winner of the Green Home of the Year Award. theOtherDada was assigned as the interior designer with a focus on bringing in sustainable materials and furniture to

tOD receives 2016 Green Home of the Year Award!

We are proud to announce that our project Home Of Innovation is a winner of the Green Home of the Year Award. theOtherDada was assigned as the interior designer with a focus on bringing in sustainable materials and furniture to

Beirut River 2.0 made it into the Daily Star

Check out the Daily Star‘s article describing our hopes for a new future for Nahr Beirut through the proposed initiative Beirut River 2.0, which we have been working on along the UN-Habitat and LCEC:

Beirut River 2.0 made it into the Daily Star

Check out the Daily Star‘s article describing our hopes for a new future for Nahr Beirut through the proposed initiative Beirut River 2.0, which we have been working on along the UN-Habitat and LCEC:

Beirut River 2.0 Installation in L’Orient le Jour

On the occasion of Beirut Design Week 2016 under the theme of Growing Sustainably, an installation on Beirut River was developed on a vacant plot of land nearby KED Building. The installation adopted the same interventions of Beirut River 2.0,

Beirut River 2.0 Installation in L’Orient le Jour

On the occasion of Beirut Design Week 2016 under the theme of Growing Sustainably, an installation on Beirut River was developed on a vacant plot of land nearby KED Building. The installation adopted the same interventions of Beirut River 2.0,

Dalieh on the World Monuments Watch List

Great News! We are a step closer towards the conservation of Dalieh of Raouche as it has been nominated by the World Monuments Fund (WMF) to be on its watch list for the coming two years. The WMF joins a

Dalieh on the World Monuments Watch List

Great News! We are a step closer towards the conservation of Dalieh of Raouche as it has been nominated by the World Monuments Fund (WMF) to be on its watch list for the coming two years. The WMF joins a