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Bernard Khoury


Biography

1991 - Graduates from Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in architecture.
1993 - Takes a ''Master of Architectural Studies'' degree at Harvard University.

Co-founder of "Beirut Flight Architects", concerned with architecture and design.
Behind numerous experimental projects including "Evolving Scars", implemented in 1993 in the form of recovery and progressive modification of war-damaged buildings in Beirut. Alongside his theoretical projects, Khoury proposes ways of implementing and developing them in practical projects and proposals for construction. He is in charge of the conversion of Berlin''s Pfefferberg complex and construction of various additions.

He has taught architecture at Beirut''s American University and lectured in various universities and prestigious academic institutions in Europe and the U.S.
His work has been covered by numerous architectural publications all over the world.
He lives and works in Beirut and New York.

Bibliography:
- Isotta Cortesi, "B 018 Beirut, Libano", Area n.44, maggio-giugno 1999

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