In the rapidly burgeoning city of Beirut, the post-war building boom is far from over. Much like its middle-eastern neighbors, it boasts of a plump share of designer architecture—as critic Oliver Wainwright refers to it, “a diverse shopping list”. It is here that the Beirut Terraces, a residential complex designed by Herzog & De Meuron, rises up to 119 meters, occupying a prominent place in the city’s skyline. In this collection of photographs by Bahaa Ghoussainy, one sees the Beirut Terraces from within, getting a glimpse of both the interior, as well as the multiple, unique views offered from inside the building.
Beirut Terraces: The Latest Architecture and News
09:30 - 7 January, 2018
https://www.archdaily.com/886672/photos-capture-the-luxurious-life-inside-herzog-and-de-meurons-beirut-terraces Zoya Gul Hasan