Lebanon’s design community is thriving. From a wealth of incredible talent commanding attention at home and abroad, here is someone to keep an eye on.
On the lonely crossroad of Independence Street and Damascus Road in Achrafieh’s Sodeco neighborhood, once stood the Barakat Building.
Renowned for its outlandish design, we take a unique look at Beirut’s most iconic nightclub.
Known as the “Bride of the Bekaa,” Zahle is Lebanon’s third largest city. It is part of the UNESCO “Creative Cities Network” thanks to its rich gastronomy.
The Shouf region is one of the best preserved and historically rich areas in the country, boasting picturesque villages and lush mountains.
Amid the chaos, it is easy to forget that Beirut is one of the oldest constantly inhabited cities in the world.
Saida’s historic Debbane Palace is one of the few remaining examples of Ottoman architecture in the city. LT meets Raphael Debbane who transformed it from a family home into a museum…
The Sursock Museum revives its vibrant past, reopening after a big budget restoration project.
Galal Mahmoud, president and partner of GM Architects, talks to us about the renovation of the iconic Le Bristol.
Zahlé is notable for its traditional red-roofed houses, old souk and decorated facades typical of local 19th Century architecture. It has 38 churches and 7 mosques. On the first day, take a walk in…