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Daniel Berlin

Daniel Berlin is born in Copenhagen and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen.

Daniel Berlin completed his architectural education at Southern California Institute of Architecture in 2012. Daniel graduated with distinction and was awarded the Merit award for best Thesis in Architecture.

After practicing in Los Angeles with Ball-Nogues he moved to Oslo to join Snøhetta in 2013. His independent work has been published widely and he frequently lectures around the world.

In Snøhetta Daniel has been working on several award-winning competitions as well as having key roles at design development stages in a variety of large-scale cultural, infrastructural and commercial projects.

Currently he is the Snøhetta project manager for Banque LibanoFrançaise New Headquarter.

Tarek Zeidan
Tarek Zeidan

Tarek Zeidan, born in Beirut, holds a Diplôme d’études supérieures en architecture with high distinction from The Lebanese University Institute of Fine Arts.

After a long span of working with several design offices with a wide occurrence of projects ranging between mixed-use, commercial, retail, cultural, urban planning and private residences, Tarek joined nabil gholam architects in 2006. At nabil gholam architects he has been working on several projects in Lebanon and abroad and his role as Lead Design Architect had an immense benefit in shaping a line of award winning projects.

In addition to his responsibilities at the office, Tarek has been teaching Architecture Design Studios at the Lebanese American University since 2009, lectured at different universities and is member of several juries in the academic field.

Dr-George-Arbid
Dr. George Arbid

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.