Zaatari Residence

A revival of the "Old Heritage Architecture" expressed in a spacious 3 floors villa.

Florentine and Lebanese features characterize this "Heritage" Architecture mainly by the use of the typical Mandaloons, local arch-rules, fire places, decorative patterns, stone cladding, red tile roofing, etc… adding as such a local flavor to the graceful lines and imposing character of this type of Architecture.

A. Zaatari Residence featured in the widely circulating magazine "Mondanite - Decoration Magazine" in the October edition of 2001, the text reads as follows:

"La grandeur dans la simplicité et dans l'authenticité, la seduction et la convivialité: c'est l'esprit des lieux, l'âme qui habite cette demeure de qualité. L'aventure commence en 1989 lorsque M. et Mme Zaatari décident de construire leur maison familiale à Bramieh – Saida loin de la vie trépidante. Confiée a l'Architecte Walid Takieddine, le style de cette maison devait répondre a une exigence absolue pour laquelle les propriétaires avaient opte: une maison typiquement Libanaise."

A. Zaatari Residence also featured in "Beirut Interiors – The Art of Living" a book by Mr. Hani J. Samaha under the title "Oriental Echoes". The Interior Design was developed by an Interior Designer appointed by the Client.