Bernard Khoury. In order of appearance is an exhibition to be seen and heard. The sense of hearing is definitely a distinguishing feature of the monographic exhibition of the work of Lebanese architect Bernard Khoury inaugurated on October 20 at SpazioFMGperl'Architettura, the gallery and showroom operated by Iris Ceramica and FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti.
SpazioFMGperl'Architetture is currently hosting the exhibition Bernard Khoury. In order of appearance, focusing on the Lebanese architect’s theoretical research and contemporary projects. We look back at coverage of projects by Bernard Khoury and other architects in Lebanon in Floornature and Livegreenblog.
October 20 through December 2 02016 SpazioFMGperl'Architettura, the gallery operated by Iris Ceramica and FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti in Milan, hosts a monographic exhibition about the theoretical research and built projects of an important contemporary architect, Bernard Khoury.
Bernard Khoury designed the NBK residence (2) in Beirut, a penthouse on three levels that seems to be a separate body from the tower on which it rests, for himself and his family. In the NBK residence (2), a sort of alien home, Bernard Khoury makes contradictory choices representing the changing moods of Beirut.
On the 15th October SpazioFMGperl'Architettura, the Iris Ceramica and FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti gallery and showroom, saw the opening of the Migrant Garden - Untouchable Landscapes exhibition, a non-profit making project curated by seven young architects.
Spaziofmgperl'architettura hosts the important first stop in Milan of the travelling exhibition “Migrant Garden. Untouchable Landscapes”, a non-profit project by seven young architects addressing the theme of contemporary living.
Architect: Bernard KhouryLocation: "La Quarantaine" Lot # 317, BeirutProject: May 1997Execution: November 1997 - April 1998Mobile covered surface area: 26 m2Outer diameter of parking lot: 66 m2Diameter of pedestrian route: 38 mMaterials: roof with steel panels anchored to the round cement surfaceFive mobile panels (one rotating, four sliding) are operated by hydraulic pistonsFloor made of cement blocks (10 x 10 cm)Tables and stools made of mahogany
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