Dr. George Arbid, architect, is a founding member and director of the Arab Center for Architecture in Beirut. He holds a Diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures en Architecture from ALBA and a Doctor of Design degree from Harvard University. He taught design studios and courses in the history and theory of architecture at ALBA and the American University of Beirut. Dr. Arbid has lectured widely about modern architecture in Lebanon and the Arab world. Among his publications is the award-winning book Architecture from the Arab World, 1914-2014, a Selection, published at the occasion of the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2014 where he co-curated the Pavilion of Bahrain.


Modern Architecture in Lebanon: Electricity of Lebanon Headquarters (9/12)

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Modern Architecture in Lebanon: Our Lady of Unity (8/12)

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Modern Architecture in Lebanon: Koujak-Jaber Building (7/12)

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Modern Architecture in Lebanon: House of the Craftsman (6/12)

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Modern Architecture in Lebanon: Shams Building (5/12)

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Modern Architecture in Lebanon: Starco Center (4/12)

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Modern architecture in Lebanon: Carlton Hotel (3/12)

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Modern architecture in Lebanon: Saint-Georges Hotel (2/12)

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Modern architecture in Lebanon as part of our cultural heritage – Part I

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