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Accent Design Group | Beirut Residential Building

Concept & Competition Accent Design Group | Beirut Residential Building

Accent Design Group | Beirut Residential BuildingAdjacent to a central transportation artery for the city of Beirut, and situated at the nexus of two urban fabrics, the design negotiates issues of scale, unit diversity, views and zoning regulations. Stacked glass boxes emerge from a massing which is positioned to maximize buildable area.

Accent Design Group | Beirut Residential BuildingAccent Design Group | Beirut Residential BuildingCantilevering balconies and terraces take their cue from the character of the old urban fabric while creating a vertical neighborhood rich with panoramic views of the downtown, the city and the sea. Shading louvers provide relief from abundant east and west sunlight while creating zones of outdoor privacy and facilitating a green screen. Located at the edge of development and demarcation, the project blurs lines while innovating on the Beirut high-rise typology.

Accent Design Group | Beirut Residential Building
Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Architect: Accent Design Group    
Project name: Beirut Residential Building
Lead Architect: Elie ABS
Design Team: Charbel KARAM, Ahmad KHOUJA, Petia RATZOV
Type: Apartments
Area: 11 000 sqm
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