Wadi 800 Residence

A rehabilitation leading to a reinterpretation, this renovated Lebanese house is a harmonious culmination of heritage meets modernity. The centered gallery space, dressed in white, still embodies the communal activities of the house, with actions & events seamlessly dispersing into the various colorful peripheral rooms. Light wireframe elements were designed to discretely infiltrate the space, thus giving new functions. In the aim of crystalizing the preconceived communal aspect of traditional life, every space was designed in a way to adapt them to a modern lifestyle.

Client | T.S

Location | Wadi Abou Jmeel Street, Mina El Hosn, Beirut Central District, Lebanon

Area | 400 sqm

Date of Completion | September 2017

Team | Tessa Sakhi, Tara Sakhi

General Contractor | Antoine Mouawad

Sub-Contractor | Joe Habchy

Landscape | Roots & So Green

Photos | Ieva Saudargaite @ieva.saudargaite