Saifi 954 Residence
A rehabilitation of a traditional Lebanese house into a harmonious culmination of heritage meets modernity.
The house is entirely renovated to incorporate traditional elements with rich layers of textures and colors; mostly recuperated ceramic tiles, wooden doors and windows with integrated colored glass, crown cornices, lighting cornices, and skirtings. The furniture was entirely custom-designed to subtly translate the function of each room.
The central axis is the heart of the project, it consists of the dining room, the chimney lounge and the living room overlooking a typical triple window that extends onto the balcony. Each peripheral door peeks into a colorful room, dark purple for the bar area, burgundy red for the hallways, teal for the master bedroom, brique for the study room, emerald green for the TV room and yellow mustard for the restrooms. Following the inhabitant's desires, each room is carefully designed with a different ambiance, style and function to satisfy their lifestyle and needs.
The project was destroyed after Beirut's 4th of August blast and not completed.
Client | Undisclosed
Location | Saifi 954, Saifi Village, Beirut Central District, Lebanon
Area | 250 sqm
Date of Construction | 2020
Team | Tessa Sakhi, Tara Sakhi
General Contractor | K&M Contracting
Photos | Tessa Sakhi