The “corniche” is today a walkscape hosting many of Beirut’s population. There is unanimity in the perception of the place: grand, generous, entertaining, pleasant, friendly ... It would be the ultimate public place. On this consensual ground, will stand on the railing, projecting slightly towards the void, six dark rooms in prolongation of the six streets mentioned above.
They withdraw from the field of the public promenade, rising by a few steps, placing their occupant face to face with the city.
These individual booths stand at the end of alleys flowing from the city to the sea and become essential benchmarks in a place where the boundaries between public and private are constantly challenged.