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Nabil Gholam had been waiting for the right time to publish a book about his architecture firm's work.Some of Gholam's best-known work in Lebanon includes the Platinum Tower by Beirut's waterfront in Ain al-Mreisseh and the Downtown buildings of Foch 94, Waqf Foch, Saifi 146 and Saifi 178 .To document the growth of the architecture firm in the context of this modern span of Lebanese history, he enlisted British author and editor at large of Wallpaper magazine Warren Singh-Bartlett to write the main text. He also got help from British architect Kenneth Frampton and Turkish architectural critic Gokhan Karakus, who wrote the introductions. The firm's first-floor office played host to the event that celebrated two decades of work at Nabil Gholam Architects.
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