An Interview with Nabil Debs By Mira El-Khalil At 6pm on the 4th of August 2020, Lebanon's women, men, and children lived through one of the most evil events in the recent history of world capitals. Many lost their lives, 7,000 were physically injured, and all were brutally broken-hearted at the sight of [...]
By Manuella Haddad What is left of the city? A revision of Beirut city's architectural landscape post-blast. In order to understand the damages post-blast, it is important to take a look back at when Beirut’s architecture scene was undergoing major changes. While the city's streets are haunted by many wars, the classical Lebanese architecture [...]
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