karen abdo

On the southern end of Byblos, sits a plot of land whose components create spatial divergence, defined by the edges of roads, the borders of buildings, the vegetation that acts as a boundary… These barriers allow you to explore the region by diverging into new social spaces as well as connecting private and public ones. The architectural concept of the project -a cider making factory that serves apple cider juice to tourists and residents- is based upon splitting, bending, and overlapping in space. Such disciplines create a language between public/ logistic and private spaces, as well as communal spaces that interplay with one another. The project’s environmental impact is distinguished by its design, which includes building orientation in relation to wind direction and sun path, stack ventilation, and wind catchers, as well as material usage for thermal mass and humidity management.

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