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Raed Abillama Architects’ Project Featured Amongst CNN’s Greenest Buildings Of 2011

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CNN has put the global spotlight on a handful of buildings that have been recognized not only for their good looks but for their green credentials too.

Ixsir Winery - Basbina, Lebanon
Overlooking Basbina in northern Lebanon, this winery combines a restored 400-year-old feudal house with a modern-built, green-skinned (walls or roof of any building that have green capability e.g. they could have plants growing in them) structure. Designed by Raed Abillama Architects, its cellar spaces are buried within the ground as a thermal sponge, creating the needed equilibrium of temperature and humidity.
Award: Green Good Design 2011
Raëd Abillama Architects is an Architectural firm, founded in 1997, which provides comprehensive services in building design, interior design and industrial design. It has successfully completed many projects in a wide spectrum of programs and scale.
The firm’s diversified work includes banks, offices, commercial, and residential commissions. Projects range in scale from complete buildings to interiors for private apartments, corporate offices, retail stores, restaurant and architectural detailing. Several projects involving the rehabilitation, restoration and addition to historical structures have been completed by the firm.
Our staff of approximately sixteen professionals (architects, interior architects and structural engineers) has the size, structure and experience to take on complex projects from schematic design to execution phase.

Find the full story at :http://edition.cnn.com/2011/12/12/world/europe/green-buildings-2011/index.html

 

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