ranim kachmar

Ashrafieh has been developing but still holds a lot of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. The structure, connection and experience found between the elements of those neighborhoods has been lost in today’s architecture and ways of construction, especially in the residential projects. People living in ashrafieh do miss the old structure, like the idea of kids playing between the houses, on the roofs, between pathways etc… Therefore, the aim behind the project was to re-invent this experience by creating a working-living community that embraces the idea of having a “village-like” construction. Whereas multiple units were connected and accessed through short pathways, roofs turned into other connectors, playgrounds and empty spaces.

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