Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture is determined for a fair and sustainable future. The practice draws an in-depthly historical and materially sensitive approach to Architecture. Each of the practice’s projects is the opportunity for a thorough historical research leading onto exquisite interventions that would transport one’s memories and senses.

Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture is a critically acclaimed, international firm of architects, designers, and researchers based in Paris, with a multi-disciplinary approach. The firm was established by French-Lebanese architect Lina Ghotmeh, co-founder of the former DGT Architects. Lina Ghotmeh is emerging as one of the industry’s leading international practitioners, having recently completed a number of award-winning projects, including the Estonian National Museum (Grand Prix Afex 2016, nominee of the Mies Van Der Rohe Award 2017). 

Her designs, infused with innovation and poetics, reveal her transversal and multidisciplinary approach to her discipline. Colored by the warscapes of Beirut, her birthplace, Lina Ghotmeh, with her team, works with a rigorously historical and materially sensitive approach to Architecture. Each of the firm’s projects develops from thorough historical research into an exquisite intervention that enlivens your memory and your senses. This is an «Archeology of the Future» where every new gesture is drawn from the traces of the past.

Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture design ecologically and sustainably: the projects derive their aesthetics from their close relationship with nature and express the essence of the materials from which they are fashioned. The firm’s upcoming projects include an enviornmentally conscious 14-storey wooden tower in Paris named Réalimenter Masséna – winner of Reinventer Paris, a call for projects with an innovative urban vision – Stone Garden Art Foundation and green housing tower in Beirut, and interior renovation of Palais de Tokyo’s restaurants in Paris. 

Lina Ghotmeh herself was selected by the European Architects Review as one of 10 « Visionary Architects for a New Decade » in 2010. In addition she has won further awards including the Ajap Prize of the French Ministry of Culture in 2008, and the Prix Dejean of the French Academy of Architecture in 2016. She is actively involved in the academic world and has taught and lectured in schools and institutions across the world, including Ecole Spéciale d'Archirecture, Columbia University, The Royal College of Arts, and Parsons School, to name but a few.

Lina Ghotmeh, a humanist architect

 

If we had to choose one word to describe Lina Ghotmeh’s personality and vision it would have to be: Humanist.

Born in Beirut in 1980’s, Lina Ghotmeh grew up in this ancient cosmopolitan city marked by the scars of the Lebanese civil war. Although she wanted to become an archaeologist, Lina carried out her architectural studies at the American University of Beirut, where she looked at the notions of memory, space and landscape through her own methodology entitled « Archeology of the future ». After graduating and being awarded both the AZAR and AREEN prizes. Lina pursues her education at the École Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris where she takes on a teaching role as an Associate Professor between 2008 and 2015.

In 2005, while working in London and collaborating with Ateliers Jean Nouvel and Foster & Partners, she wins the international competition for the design of the National Estonian Museum. After this victory, she co-founded her first agency D.G.T Architects in Paris and lead with her two partners Dorell and Tane the realization of the large scale project of the National Museum. Acclaimed unanimously by the international press and having won prestigious awards (Grand prix AFEX 2016; nominated for the Mies Van der Rohe Award 2017), the museum became the symbol for an avant-guardist architecture, combining pertinence and subtlety.

All of Lina Ghotmeh’s proposals are testimonies to her visionary approach and sensible twist on architecture – notably in projects like: Réalimenter Masséna (laureate of the competition « Réinventer Paris ») or even the development of Stone Garden in Beirut.

Thanks to her multicultural experiences but also her engagement in the challenges of our time, she is regularly invited to speak at conferences, take part in juries and workshops in France and abroad.

Brilliant in the complex simplicity of her approach, Lina Ghotmeh’s practice represents the promising forms of tomorrow’s Architecture.

She has been honored by multiple prizes including the AJAP prize in 2008 and the DEJEAN prize by the Architecture Academy in 2016.

 

by Christine Blanchet, Journalist, Art historian

 

Photo © Hannah Assouline

Architecture, Archaeology, Atmosphere, Art, a multiple "A", open for different disciplines and scales, draw the dynamics of Lina Ghotmeh — Architecture.
Along with our growing team of talented international architects and our partners, consultants, our practice is more than ever in quest for a fair and ecological future. Convinced that "beauty" is a necessity, our architecture is the result of permanent dialogs, where projects derive their aesthetics and shape from their close relationship to nature becoming the very expression of the context and material out of which they are carved.

Amanda Compaoré Coordination & Development

Amanda Compaoré is French, she joined Lina Ghotmeh – Architecture in July 2017 after 11 years of collaboration with Nomades Architects.

Anna Checchi Architect HMNOP

Anna Checchi is from Italy and graduated from the University of Architecture "Aldo Rossi" in Bologna. She worked for Atelier 37.2 before joining Lina Ghotmeh — A.'s team in 2016.

Tracy Zeidan Architect DESA

Tracy Zeidan is a French-Lebanese Architect. She graduated from the ESA in Paris. She was the Assistant Professor of Lina Ghotmeh before joining the firm Lina Ghotmeh — A. She also collaborated with Youssef Tohme Architects and David Ajdaye, and has written for several architecture magazines including the Architecture Review.

Caterina Cicognani Architect HMONP

Caterina Cicognani is fom Italy. She graduated from the University of Architecture "Aldo Rossi" in Bologna. She worked at Shigeru Ban's Office and Matteo Cainer Architect before joining Lina Ghotmeh — A.

Alessandro Colli Architect HMNOP

Alessandro is from Italy, he studied at Politecnico in Milan and ETSA Madrid and graduated in 2008. Before joining Lina Ghotmeh Architecture he participated in research projects in Italy and USA and worked at AnotherArchitect in Berlin and at Standardarchitecture and studio O in Beijing.

Cristina Valle Architect HMNOP

Cristina is Spanish. She obtained a Master's degree in architecture in Escuela Polytechnica of Madrid. She worked on LAMELA Agency in Mexico City, then she left to Tokyo where she worked for Junya Ishigami and Kengo Kuma. In 2017 she joins Lina Ghotmeh - A and she returns in Paris.

Nancy Tohmé Architect DEA

Nancy is a Lebanese Architect, she graduated from the American University of Beirut. She collaborated with Youssef Tohme Architects and Associates and Raëd Abillama Architects. She joins Lina Ghotmeh – A.

Paule Perron Architect HMONP

Paule is a French Architect, she graduated from the ENSA in Paris. She worked for several architecture firms in Paris and has written for magazines such as Architecture d’Aujourd’hui before joining Lina Ghotmeh – A in 2017.

Federico Mannino Architect HMNOP

Federico Mannino is Italian, graduated from the University of Alghero. He worked for HMA in Brazil and in Italy before joining Lina Ghotmeh — A.'s team.

Filipo Abrami Architect HMONP

Filippo is from Italy, he studied at TU-Delft and he graduated at Politecnico in Milan. Before joining Lina Ghotmeh — A he worked for Flores Prats Architects, YellowOffice and Bureau Betak

Elena Rodríguez Pavón Architect HMONP

Elena is Spanish. She obtained a master degree from the ¨Escuela Tecnica de Arquitectura de Granada¨. She worked as an intern for 3B Architecture in Nancy before joining Lina Ghotmeh – A.

Marco Morra Architect DEA

Marco Morra is from Italy. He graduated from the University of Architecture «Aldo Rossi» in Bologna. Before joining Lina Ghotmeh — A, during his studies he worked for EMBT Miralles-Tagliabue in Barcelona and after university he worked for Laisné Roussel (Paris)

Amelia Millan Architecte - Designer

Amelia Millan is from Spain. She obtained a Master in Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design in 2017 after studying Interior Architecture at the Universidad Politecnica in Madrid. She worked for InsideOutside - Petra Blaisse before joining Lina Ghotmeh.

Helena Haas-Rojas DEA Architect

Helena is mexican. She graduated from the ITESM in Mexico. During her courses, she worked in Lisbon for Gonçalo Byrne Arquitectos. In Mexico, she worked in various agency’s and collaborated 3 years with Manuel Cervantes on numerous international projects.

Diana Marquez Architect DEA

Diana is mexican, american & french. She obtained a Bachelor in Architecture at the Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. After working in California she obtains a Master at ENSA Paris La Villette. She worked for 10 years at Archidev (Fagoni/Roche) collaborating with Kengo Kuma’s team.

Ambra Chiesa DEA Architect

Ambra is italian. She studied at Politecnico in Milan and UAL in Lisbon. Before joining Lina Ghotmeh she worked in Copenhagen at BIG and in London for William Matthews Associates.

Amanda Lyngensen Architect DEA

Amanda is Norwegian, she studied architecture at the KADK in Copenhagen and at the RMIT School of Architecture and Design in Melbourne. She previously worked for Carl Turner Architects in London and SO – IL Office in New York

Alaa Quraishi

Alaa is american, she completed her masters at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Anna Brodersen

Anna is a Lebanese-American student in pursuit of a Master of Architecture from the University of Kansas in the United States.

Balkis Lachiheb

Balkis is currently enrolled in Masters courses at Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris.

Sébastien Léveillé

Sebastian is french and german, he studied architecture at the Federal Polytechnical School of Lausanne in Switzerland.

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First Prize winner : "The Rise : Renault motorshow stand 2018-2021” International competition - France
First Prize winner of the renovation and interior design of the restaurant of Palais de Tokyo, Paris International competition - France
Second Prize for "The connected house - automobile Renault" International competition - France
Finalist of “Architizer A + Awards” for “Light is Time” Architizer Magazine - NYC, USA
Third Prize for “Naples Sciences Center” International competition – Naples, Italy
IF Design Award for “Frozen Time” IF Design – Hannover, Germany
Award "Best entertaining" + "Best sound" for “Light is Time” Milan Design Award - Milan, Italy
Gold Award : "Bolzano building – zero pollution” OPH - Bolzano, Italy
Prize : “Hokusai exhibition in Grand Palais” International competition - Paris, France
Gold Award : “Light is Time” Design Space Association - Tokyo, Japan
German Design Award for “Frozen Time” German Design Council - Germany
Gold Award : “Frozen Time” Design Space Association - Tokyo, Japan
Award “Architizer A + Awards” for “The Bump” Architizer - NYC, USA
Second Prize for “Vigorelli velodrom stadim” International competition – Milano, Italty
Gold Award : “Red Dot Award” for “The Bump” Red Dot - Essen, Germany
Second Prize for “Arthur Rimbaud Museum” Competition - Charleville-Mézières, France
Finalist for “ The new national stadium of Japan” International competition - Tokyo, Japon
Nominated : “Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts initiative award” Rolex Award - Switzerland
First Prize winners : “Renault motorshow stand 2012-2015” International competition - France
Special Prize Winter for "Luce Tempo Luogo" Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture - Paris, France
Nominated : “The ian Chernikhov prize” Architecture Prize for architects under 40 - Russia
Selected : "10 for 2010’‘Visionary architects for a new decade" European Architects review
Honorable mention and finalists for "House of Arts and Culture" International competition - Beirut, Lebanon
Finalist for “Stow villa” International competition - Beirut, Lebanon
Award “Rassegna Lombarda di architettura under 40” Award from the Architects Association - Milan, Italy
Award “Nouveaux albums des jeunes architectes” Architecture award from the french ministery of culture -Paris, France
Second Prize for “Transformation of open-air stage in Mezapark” international competition - Riga, Latvia
Selected : ‘The 20 essential young architects’ Icon magazine - London, UK
First Prize winners : “the new Estonian National Museum” International competition - Tartu, Estonia
Finalist for “The new Silk Road” International competition - Xi'an, China
Areen Prize Architecture Prize, American University of Beirut - Beirut, Lebanon
Azar Prize American University of Beirut - Beirut, Lebanon
International Architecture Congress "Reflecting time, the architecture of the future" Lecture at Glasstec Trade Fair - Lina Ghotmeh — Düsseldorf, Germany
Arenaire "Architecture and Law : at a crossroad" Lecture — Paris, France
ARCHITECT@WORK “The nature of the future: architecture of the environment” Lecture — Paris, France
Venice Architecture Biennale Lina Ghotmeh participates in 2 talks at RIBA — Venice, Italy
EUROPA Talks at RIBA Lina Ghotmeh at "EUROPA Talks" RIBA, with LAN, 51N4E, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh  — London, UK
MIPIM "Reinvent Cities" Lecture - Lina Ghotmeh — Cannes, France
HORIZONS at the Aalto University "Tracing Stories Towards the year Open Architecture" lecture for the 125th anniversary of the Finsish Architects Association with Liam Young & Achim Menguez  — Espoo, Finland
Salon d'Immobilier et d'Entreprise (SIMI) "Circular economy - Levers of Value ?" Lecture — Paris, France
Leicester School of Architecture Opening Lecture by Lina Ghotmeh — Leicester, UK
Swedish Academy of Fine Arts Lina Ghotmeh - Works — Stockholm, Sweden
Estonian Academy of Arts - Open Lecture Series The Estonian National Museum — Tallinn, Estonia
Usek – Beirut Modern Archeology in Beirut  — Kaslik, Jounieh, Lebanon
Estonian Academy of Arts Open Lecture by Lina Ghotemeh — Tallinn, Estonia
Ak Venise Hors Les Murs Reporting From the Front — Venice, Italy
Latvian Architecture Awards - Open Lectures Looking For Architectural Greatness — Riga, Latvia
Silencio Club - 14th Architecture Biennale Debate with Odile Decq, Lina Ghotmeh and Matthias Armengaud — Paris, France
Musée des Arts Décoratifs La Vigueur Hybride - Debate with Emmanuel Barrois and Emmanuel Boos — Paris, France
Workshop - Installation Passage pas Sage Collaboration with Galerie Christian Berst and Galerie Sator, alongside ESA students — Paris, France
Silencio Club - Architecture Whispers Sophisticated Innovation and Fluid Complexity — Paris, France
Ensapb In Raw Risk and Architecture Workshop — Paris France
Meiji University Architecture of the Place — Tokyo, Japan
Columbia University - GSAPP Workshop - Delaminating Possibilities — Reid Hall, Paris, France
Fundacion Arquitectura y Sociedad Beauty's Time — Plampona, Spain
Workshop - À la Tourette Art + Architecture Workshop Collaboration with Nathalie Junod-Ponsard and Juan Velasquez, alongside ESA — La Tourette, France
Munster School of Architecture Tracing Stories - Digging Architecture — Munster, Germany
Munster School of Architecture Workshop - Inside Out — Munster, Germany
Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture Workshop - Light Under Construction — Paris, France
École Nationale Supérieur d'Architecture de Paris-Malaquais About the HMONP — Paris, France
Politecnico di Milano, Facolta di Architettura Presentation by Lina Ghotmeh — Milan, Italy
Conférences Café Patrimoine et Architecture Current Works — Montpellier, France
Columbia University - NYC Conference Presentation by Lina Ghotmeh — New York, United States
ENADII Mexico The New Talent of Architecture and Interiors — Mexico City, Mexico
Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture Contextual Dimensions — Paris, France
ZHDK Space and Fakery — Zurich, Switzerland
Architektur und Kunst Phenomenal Specificity — Hannover, Germany
École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Paris la Villette Memory Field — Paris, France
Pecha-Kucha Memory Field / Line of Voices — Riga, Latvia
Royal Academy of Arts Citizens and Kings: Power in the City — London, United Kingdom
The Danish Architectural Union Phenomenal Specificity — Conpenhagen, Denmark
Pecha-Kucha Memory Field / Line of Voices — Riga, Latvia
Rocks East Woodland Workshop - Studio in the Woods — Ashwicke, UK
American University of Beirut Memory Field and a Momentum for Further Projects — Beirut, Lebanon
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The Estonian National Museum - Memory Field Presentation of the Estonian National Museum Project — Tartu, Estonia
Future en Seine The City of Tomorrow: The Smart City — Paris, France
Stone Garden Port Party  — Beirut, Lebanon

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