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Nabil Gholam is a Lebanese architect, urban planner and the founder of Nabil Gholam Architects (ngª).

Nabil Gholam
Born1962 (age 56–57)
Beirut, Lebanon
NationalityLebanese and French
Alma materEcole d'architecture Paris-Villemin
Columbia University
OccupationArchitect
PracticeNabil Gholam Architects
BuildingsPlatinum Tower

BiographyEdit

Nabil Gholam studied Architecture at the UP-Paris Villemin before moving to New York to complete his studies in Urban Planning at Columbia University in the City of New York.[citation needed]

Gholam's firm planned the Irani-Oxy Engineering Complex in the campus of American University of Beirut, was the first project in Lebanon registered for a LEED certification.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "From backyard to yardstick". www.worldarchitecturenews.com. 29 Jan 2010.

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