A recent Architecture graduate from the American University of Beirut, Sabine is a research Assistant at the Centre of Lebanese Studies. Echoing her conviction about the validity of each person’s role and contribution, her focus is on researching the degree of inclusivity in the response to the Beirut Blast.
Having spent her final thesis year mentally and physically shattered by the October Revolution, economic crisis, COVID-19 pandemic, and Beirut Blast, she now more than ever values the legitimacy of every person’s presence, needs and emotions and builds on that in her work at CLS. Her thesis focused she on the theme of performance as a spatial manifestation of an individual’s perspective/perception.
Sabine follows a multi-layered research approach in her work from data collection and analysis of buildings, to urbanism, landscaping, inclusivity in design, methodology and mode of thinking.