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Arab Center for Architecture
Preservation and dissemination of modern Arab built heritage
27/02/2017

 
The Department of Architecture at AUD hosted George Arbid, Director of the Arab Center for Architecture who lectured on the creation of center.
 
Founded in 2008 in Beirut, the Arab Center for Architecture (Association for the preservation and dissemination of modern Arab built heritage) is a non-profit organization addressing modern urban design, architecture, design, and planning in the Arab world.[1]
 
A founding member and the Director of the Arab Center for Architecture, George Arbid has conducted research on modern architecture in Lebanon and has lectured widely. He graduated in architecture in 1988 from the Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts, and in 2002 with a Doctor of Design degree from Harvard University. He was an Associate Professor at the American University of Beirut, where he taught design studios, regional architecture and history of modern architecture.
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