This project is located on the hills of Deir El Qamar, a Lebanese village whose historical center has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Thus the Accad house revives the Lebanese architectural tradition while keeping a modern language.
An alliance between local natural stone and raw concrete with wood, all surrounded by dense vegetation on the flat roofs and in the garden.
The villa, stretching over 100 meters in length with open view, is made of 2 buildings separated by the swimming pool and the shaded gallery.
The main house is also composed around a patio recalling the traditional Lebanese houses.
Deir el Kamar
Design + Supervision
1996 - 1999