Fidar Beach House by Raed Abillama Architects
Architects: Raed Abillama Architects
Location: Fidar, Jbeil, Lebanon
Area: 506 sqm
Photo courtesy: Géraldine Bruneel
This mid year shoreline house for a group of five and three visitors is arranged in Jbeil, along the northern bank of Lebanon. In spite of its tough nature, the site is limited by a required 10m shoreline difficulty. This constrains the venture’s position to a generally level zone between an optional private street and the.
The venture goes for safeguarding the normal characteristics of the site by mlessly incorporating itself to the current scene. The general configuration procedure had real ramifications on the automatic and tectonic idea of the shoreline house.
Open spaces are put at site section level and private spaces are situated at the lower levels. The top level is built as a stage raised on short sections, with the goal of insignificant adjustment of the regular rough scene, while improving the shoreline’s perspective. The deck’s edge is brought down, alongside the strip adjoining it keeping in mind the end goal to evacuate any blocks before the perspective.
Lifting and bringing down of the porches makes a succession of ting conditions that further vivifies the outside deck. The stairwell and passage lobby are gathered with lighting and ventilation shafts to make a limit between levels of open spaces. The open air pergola and shower lodge further amplify this outline line. The stage lays on the rooms which are set as close as could be expected under the circumstances to the shore.
This customized relationship is further investigated through custom-made openings taking into account diverse automatic prerequisites, and in addition highlighting particular occasions in the encompassing environment. By their module qualities the visitor quarters appreciate the freedom of a visitor house while uniting with the primary house.