A traditional Lebanese house is characterized by its high ceilings, central hall connecting rooms, striking triple arch façade, and signature red roof tiles.

This unique interior design concept showcases the ceiling's height with the use of low couches, ground stools, and custom-made coffee tables that are only 15cm high, with the tallest piece being a dining table measuring 75cm. 
The 5-meter walls are left bare for a minimalist touch.

The couch divides the living room into two intimate spaces, one facing the outside and the other towards the core. Suspended lamps illuminate the space, exaggerating the height of the ceilings, giving the impression of floating clouds that flutter when the windows are open.

Designed by Raoul Kassab and visualized by Arch Axis Studio.

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