About Christelle Lahoud

Lebanese architect with a master’s degree in International Cooperation: Sustainable Emergency Architecture from the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya in Barcelona, Spain. I Strongly believe in creating a powerful and sustainable change for humanity and trusts that architecture’s major goal is the aid of humanity, the solving of community problems and the improvement of the welfare and happiness of people especially those that are most vulnerable.

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Lebanese Architects which side you will be on?

Ongoing conflicts define the world society nowadays and refugee camps are growing in number, burdening hosting communities to handle the ever increasing number of asylums and continue to provide good management for the camps. Nonetheless, the real burden falls on the refugees themselves, as they face difficulties with safety, violence, aid distribution and violations of [...]

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Women’s Rights are Human Rights

I have always been close-mouthed when someone asks me “What do you think about women’s rights in Lebanon?” Shouldn’t we have human rights before thinking about those of women’s? It is true that women’s rights are somehow worse than men’s, but they are not THAT worse.  Whether it is a girl, woman, boy, man or [...]

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