The flat has the 1940's caracteristics of a Beiruty flat, spacious with high ceilings and airy with lots of light. It has a large living room, a dining room , a cozy kitchen, 3 bedrooms, one bathroom and an extra toilet.
It has two very pleasant verandas, one of them is above a busy street, the other faces the morning sun and the quieter neighborhood.
I share my time between London and Beirut and rent my flat while I’m away, partly because I love sharing spaces and stories. I'm a set designer so the flat is full of objects bought here and there with their particular stories. It sometimes changes its aspect depending on a new coup de coeur found in a market in Argentina, India, or other travel destination, a props returning from a shoot or theatre play, a beautiful designer piece or a plant to add to the collection.