This family building hides a green gem located at the heart of Beirut. However, it was abandoned for years and its owners wished to give the space a new youth following their recent move-in. The focus was to take accentuate the “sunken in” effect of the space to translate a real cut from its crowded and noisy surroundings. This inviting garden provides a mix of six leisure areas giving its users plenty of opportunities to actively engage in them or to simply escape in their own sensory bubble. All existing levels were revisited in order to allow children to seamlessly navigate the space, keeping them away from the tool shed and the fully equipped outdoor kitchen.
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