In collaboration with Sara Hage landscape architect  The intervention involves placing, in the middle of the stairs, on a flight of steps, the most representative element of a public space: a bench. This allows users, certainly the elderly amongst of which, to stop and rest . Such a unique layout offers a different perception of this public space, with a better understanding of the topography of the place. This public bench, in its apparent playfulness, is a reaction to the mounting ster ility, privatization and rarity of public spaces in Beirut.
       
     
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 In collaboration with Sara Hage landscape architect  The intervention involves placing, in the middle of the stairs, on a flight of steps, the most representative element of a public space: a bench. This allows users, certainly the elderly amongst of which, to stop and rest . Such a unique layout offers a different perception of this public space, with a better understanding of the topography of the place. This public bench, in its apparent playfulness, is a reaction to the mounting ster ility, privatization and rarity of public spaces in Beirut.
       
     

In collaboration with Sara Hage landscape architect

The intervention involves placing, in the middle of the stairs, on a flight of steps, the most representative element of a public space: a bench. This allows users, certainly the elderly amongst of which, to stop and rest .
Such a unique layout offers a different perception of this public space, with a better understanding of the topography of the place.
This public bench, in its apparent playfulness, is a reaction to the mounting sterility, privatization and rarity of public spaces in Beirut.

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PICT2247.jpeg
       
     
IMG_5937.JPG