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Architect Rabih Geha can magically turn every space into a place that holds an experience. Unlike a traditional architect, Rabih's mission has always been to bring in an experience that lasts forever. After graduating with a B.A. in architecture from the American University of Beirut, Rabih traveled to Paris, where he earned a master's degree in architecture from the prestigious Ecole Nationale Superieure de Creation Industrielle.In 2006, he returned to Lebanon to open his own practice, Rabih Geha Architects. The in-demand design firm represents a young generation of architects bucking tradition in favor of a new approach. Setting aside scale, building type and proposed materials, Geha first considers a project's story. Rabih not only changed the nightlife experience but also left his imprint on Villa Badaro and many other spaces.
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