Lina Ghotmeh

 © “Stone Garden” Housing and gallery. Photo © Iwan Baan
© “Stone Garden” Housing and gallery. Photo © Iwan Baan

CIVA and the Foundation Thalie are joining forces for a weekend of meetings and workshops dedicated to earthen architecture on 26 and 27 November, in the context of the exhibition Warché presented at the Foundation until 10 December.

Lina Ghotmeh carries her works in the world at the crossroad of Art, Architecture & Design. Echoing her lived experience of Beirut – a palimpsest of unrest - her designs are orchestrated as an “Archeology of the Future” where every project emerges in complete symbiosis with nature following a thorough historical and materially sensitive research investigation.

Today, she’s running her office Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture in Paris, France. Ghotmeh’s visionary projects include the Estonian National Museum and the El Khoury Foundation’s Stone Garden (Beirut). Lina Ghotmeh is actively involved in the academic world and has lectured in institutions across the world. She currently teaches at the Yale School of Architecture and at the University of Toronto; She co-presides the Scientific Network for architecture in extreme climates and is a member of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture Jury.

Sunday, November 27, 2022
Rue de l’Ermitage 55
1050 Brussels

Booking is mandatory (click here)

Fondation Thalie

Booking is mandatory (click here)