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About

Karim Saleh is a French Lebanese Architect registered in Beirut, Lebanon. He is currently pursuing an M.arch at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and received his B.arch from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). For his final thesis project, “the Wall & the Hall”, Saleh was awarded the Blythe and Thom Mayne Thesis Award for best Undergraduate thesis and the Alpha Ro Chi Bronze Medal.

He previously practiced in Los Angeles at Morphosis Architects under Pritzker Prize Laureate Thom Mayne. As a Project Designer on large-scale institutional and commercial projects, he was part of the lead design team for the Yangtze River International Conference Center in China which finished construction in 2021.

His work has been exhibited at the A+D Museum and the SCI-Arc Spring show in Los Angeles.


Honors, Shows & Publications


2020
LISHUI URBAN DESIGN COMPETITION
Creative Future Shanshui City Proposal Award

2019
LOS ANGELES DESIGN FESTIVAL
Urban Pavilion postponed due to Covid


2018
2018 BLYTHE & THOM MAYNE THESIS AWARD
Best Undergraduate Thesis Prize

2018
ALPHA RHO CHI BRONZE MEDAL

2018
 A+D | 3 WAYS EXHIBITION

2018
A+D | IMPERMANENT COLLECTION

2018-
2014
SCI-ARC SPRING SHOW
Distinguished Student Work Exhibition


 
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