Part-time faculty member
D.E.S. Diplôme d’Etudes Supérieures Architecture, Lebanese University, Lebanon
Roland Mitri is an architect who graduated with honors from The National Institute of Fine Arts at the Lebanese Univeristy in 1985. He has been a member of the Order of Engineers and Architects since 1986. He attended workshops in Project Management, Facade Design, Hospital Design, Communication and IT. He practices design and development of projects in Lebanon and abroad with excellent coordination capacities and a wide exposure to multi-disciplinary national and international firms. He is the project manager of challenging projects such as The Platinum Tower, Sky Gate Tower in Beirut and the restoration and rehabilitation of a 16th century manor at La Ferté Vidame in France. His interests revolve around Bio-Climatic Architecture and Solar Urban Designs, and their sustainable offshoots. He has also been the founder and manager of rmarchitecture since July 2011, where he designs private homes, mountain chalets compounds, commercial centers, and boutique hotels. Mitri has been a part-time instructor at LAU since July 2011, and at the Lebanese University IBA2 since November 2014. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Maristes-Champville Alumni.