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Lea Helou
Architect / Co-founder

She graduated from the American University of Beirut with a degree in architecture, in 2008.

She is a guest critic at the American University of Beirut and taught at the Lebanese American University.

Lea believes in the holistic nature of design. Her interests and research is to connect her design explorations to socio-cultural emergencies. She constantly rethinks her role as an architect part of conflicting structures: the uniformity of the global construction systems versus the power of social production of space.

+9613901834
lhelou@burau.com

 

 

Candice Naim
Architect / Co-founder

She graduated from the American University of Beirut with distinction in 2007, and pursued a Master in Architecture and Urban Design in Columbia University, New York in 2010.
During her academic path, she won multiple awards: The Azar award (rewarding excellent design skills at AUB), the Creative Achievement award (rewarding exceptional design creativity for her Final Year Project at AUB) and the postgraduate William Kinne Fellows Traveling Prize (granted by Columbia University).

She teaches architecture and urban design programs at the American University of Beirut, Lebanese American University, Notre Dame University and ECAR.

Candice is strongly concerned about our depleting natural resources and decaying waterfronts environment. She positions complex contemporary interventions in a collaborative process towards sensitive and infinite self-sustainable cycles of habitat and exchange.

+9613301198
cnaim@burau.com

 


 

 

Lea Helou
Architect / Co-founder

She graduated from the American University of Beirut with a degree in architecture, in 2008.

She is a guest critic at the American University of Beirut and taught at the Lebanese American University.

Lea believes in the holistic nature of design. Her interests and research is to connect her design explorations to socio-cultural emergencies. She constantly rethinks her role as an architect part of conflicting structures: the uniformity of the global construction systems versus the power of social production of space.

+9613901834
lhelou@burau.com

 

 

Candice Naim
Architect / Co-founder

She graduated from the American University of Beirut with distinction in 2007, and pursued a Master in Architecture and Urban Design in Columbia University, New York in 2010.
During her academic path, she won multiple awards: The Azar award (rewarding excellent design skills at AUB), the Creative Achievement award (rewarding exceptional design creativity for her Final Year Project at AUB) and the postgraduate William Kinne Fellows Traveling Prize (granted by Columbia University).

She teaches architecture and urban design programs at the American University of Beirut, Lebanese American University, Notre Dame University and ECAR.

Candice is strongly concerned about our depleting natural resources and decaying waterfronts environment. She positions complex contemporary interventions in a collaborative process towards sensitive and infinite self-sustainable cycles of habitat and exchange.

+9613301198
cnaim@burau.com