Was this really the best way to preserve that old house in Sursoq street in Achrafieh ? by constructing on top of it and blocking its front view?
I would have preferred that they demolish it rather than screwing it up like that.
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I’m glad they didn’t demolish it and instead did this
they shouldn’t have allowed for a tall building where there used to be gardens in the 1st place. ziad akl is the architect of that project. he’s also a member of the superior council of urbanism of beirut which approves or rejects such projects.
just to give you an idea of how things work in our retarded capital.
if interested check this out: http://www.executive-magazine.com/getarticle.php?article=14132
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