Ghenwa Ghanem is an Interior Architect. She earned a BA in Interior Design from Notre Dame University-Lebanon in 2003. Shortly after, she joined a multidisciplinary design studio based in Beirut & Milan where she took on diverse high exposure design projects ranging from urban design, architecture, interior, to product design in Lebanon, Italy, and the Middle East. In 2006, she was a finalist in the International Baikal Winter University of Urban Planning Design Workshop in Irkutsk-Siberia and received the second prize. In her approach to design, Ghenwa pairs aesthetic sensitivity with technical expertise.
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