Many Lebanese people are taking the field of art and architecture by storm with their Avant-guard techniques and designs, and among them is Arine Aprahamian.
The Lebanese-Armenian Arine Aprahamian began her career in Architecture after receiving a bachelor’s degree in architecture and a minor in art history from the American University of Beirut (AUB) in 2013.
Since then, the Lebanese-Armenian designer/researcher has been continuing to practice in the world, designing and getting the recognition she deserves.
In 2018, she co-founded her innovative architecture and spatial design firm, MÜLLER APRAHAMIAN, with Adrian Müller.
The firm works with artists, brands, venues, and a wide range of clientele to design conceptually stimulating creations for spaces and projects, aiming to materialize their full experiential potential.
Since its establishment, MÜLLER APRAHAMIAN has initiated several projects in London, Beirut, and Yerevan, Armenia.
The architecture studio also worked with acclaimed designers and institutions, including the Venice Biennale, Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, and Turner Contemporary.
Throughout her career, Aprahamian was recognized many times. She was the recipient of a Fulbright scholarship in 2019 and a Master’s degree in architecture from UC Berkeley, giving her the chance to begin investigative research into innovative design issues.
Aprahamian also finished as a Finalist at the Fawzi Azar Architecture Award and the Areen Architecture Award.
Throughout 2023-2024, the Lebanese-Armenian architect will be mentored by the well-known French architect Anne Lacaton as part of the Rolex Mentor and Protégé Arts Initiative.
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