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Annabel Karim Kassar reconstructs traditional Lebanese home in the V&A

At the entrance to the V&A’s architecture assortment, an amazing Ottoman-Venetian triple-arched facade virtually pushes towards the museum’s ceiling. Standing 5 metres tall, this piece of a Lebanese household from the historic quarter of Gemmayzeh is partly transplanted and partly crafted in-situ by Beiruti artisans. The eyesight and logistical feat […]