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Between Architecture and Building

The relationship between architecture and building has always been on the mind of architectural theorists. Kenneth Frampton for example, mentions in his article “On Reading Heidegger” that we still have

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Sustainable SDG’s

The United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) represent a comprehensive and ambitious global agenda for a better future. The SDGs aim to address various social, economic, and environmental challenges, including

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Maroun Kassab, PhD

Dr. Maroun Kassab is a practicing architect with projects in the United States and the Middle East. He has worked with international firms such as New York Design Architects and Michels and Waldron in the USA and worked with international organizations such as the United Nations, Caitas and USAID. He held the position of an assistant professor at Notre Dame University and has a PhD in architecture from the University of Sydney in Australia focusing on the theoretical framework of modernism in extra-western localities. Dr. Kassab has a Masters degree in architecture from the University of Cincinnati, and a Bachelors Degree in Architecture from the Lebanese American University. He has worked in the fields of construction, project management and architecture in the USA and the Middle East since 1999, including some high profile projects such as the new World Trade Center in New York City as well as the Empire State Building, as well as the Oculus in NYC. He has designed and managed hundreds of projects in the United States and the Middle East. Dr. Kassab is also an established visual artists with many exhibitions in Lebanon and abroad. Dr. Kassab’s formation in art was in Moscow, Russia in the early 1990’s, and his artistic training was within the classical method and figurative art, but his mature style in painting focuses on the abstract and the non representational.  He also has several publications in the field of architectural theory and history. His research focuses on Modernism and Phenomenology of Architectural from.

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