photo by Lelya Halabi
Anthony Saroufim is a Lebanese architect and photographer who experiments heavily with analogue and different kinds of photographic films. Saroufim graduated from Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris, and has worked in various architecture studios there, including Didier Faustino, Studio Odile Decq, Studio KO and Architecture Studio.
Beirut’s chaotic urban surroundings drove him to integrate a rich and confident vocabulary of urban scenarios and architectural aesthetics into his work.
Through photography, and more specifically his project, “The Egg,” he questions the declining state of the Lebanese architectural heritage, discovering and exploring brutalist buildings. In his project, “Les Indisciplinés”, he captures the raw wilderness of the night with disposable cameras.