HOME MAGAZINE LEBANON

BUILDING A SENSE OF BELONGING

lthough I lived in London for 16 years and in the United States for two, Lebanon remained HOME because of the strong sense of belonging nurtured at my grandfather’s house in the Chouf. This house gathered the family under its vaulted ceilings in the winter and in the garden under the grapevines — my grandfather’s pride and joy — in the summer. This sense of belonging shaped my identity and was a great source of strength for me as I pursued my studies. Therefore, my main concern as an architect, when I returned

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