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    Joe Kesrouani

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    Joe Kesrouani

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    Laurian Ghinitoiu

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    Laurian Ghinitoiu

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    Laurian Ghinitoiu

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    Studio Paul Kaloustian

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    Studio Paul Kaloustian

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    Studio Paul Kaloustian

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Lebanon’s LOFT, Studio Paul Kaloustian’s afterparty space

Georgina Johnston
14 Jan 2020

LOFT is an addition to the music venue: Ballroom Blitz, built in 2018

The space, in Beirut, is dedicated to after parties and designed as an open space furnished as a loft. It is designed as an abstract space back up by a suspended form creating the impression of the space.

The mesh metal grating shaped as a gable roof creates an atmosphere of lightness and an ambiguous reading of domestic space.

Two geometric forms touching at one point form the metal false ceiling reminiscent of the fabric of a tent.

The ceiling sometimes feels heavy and sometimes light depending on the perception of the visitor based on their viewing perspective.

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