About Us
The Structure & Interior

The striking structure of Le Yacht Club - Beirut is the work of foremost American architect, Steven Holl.

 

Recognized for his ability to blend space and light with great contextual sensitivity, Holl designed the building’s internal and exterior spaces to seamlessly integrate modern design with respect for the country’s unique cultural and historical symbols.

 

Olive trees, from the Pope Benedictus the XVI’s visit, add a touch of Lebanese charm to the main entrance area, which opens into a welcoming space that blends architecturally symbolic and historic elements with modern industrial installations. 

 

The first steps into the regal yet sleek interior architecture of the club designed by Nabil Dada's firm, Dada & Associates, showcase Lebanon's longstanding and distinguished seafaring heritage with a contemporary twist.

 

The cavernous atrium-like lobby features ancient Phoenician text carvings, mounted handcrafted Phoenician era sailing vessels, and crisp white spaces adorned with modern art.

About Us
The Structure & Interior

The striking structure of Le Yacht Club - Beirut is the work of foremost American architect, Steven Holl.

 

Recognized for his ability to blend space and light with great contextual sensitivity, Holl designed the building’s internal and exterior spaces to seamlessly integrate modern design with respect for the country’s unique cultural and historical symbols.

 

Olive trees, from the Pope Benedictus the XVI’s visit, add a touch of Lebanese charm to the main entrance area, which opens into a welcoming space that blends architecturally symbolic and historic elements with modern industrial installations. 

 

The first steps into the regal yet sleek interior architecture of the club designed by Nabil Dada's firm, Dada & Associates, showcase Lebanon's longstanding and distinguished seafaring heritage with a contemporary twist.

 

The cavernous atrium-like lobby features ancient Phoenician text carvings, mounted handcrafted Phoenician era sailing vessels, and crisp white spaces adorned with modern art.

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