Bachar El-Amine

Part-time faculty member

Masters in Landscape, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, France
Diploma in Architecture, Ecole des Beaux-Arts, France

Bachar El-Amine is a part-time faculty member and teaches the History of Landscape and History of Design courses on both LAU campuses. He joined LAU in 2006. El-Amine also teaches courses in landscape at the American University of Beirut, the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts (ALBA), and the Lebanese University. He practices as an architect and landscape architect in Lebanon and abroad. He has written about post-war reconstruction and the Pinewood Garden of Beirut. His publications include Kill him, Crush him, no trespassing in the wood, in At the Edge of the city and Beyrouth où habites-tu” in La Ville se refait-elle? In 2015, El-Amine was part of an international symposium in Beirut called Images and Landscapes in Countries in Crisis.