The Lebanese Parliament

Beirut, Lebanon


Governmental Buildings

Lebanese Parliament

$15 Million

6,500 m2



Built-up Area:

The Lebanese Parliament Building was built in 1900. The building has suffered a lot of damages during the Lebanese civil war between the years 1975 to 1982.

The Building was restored in 1982 and outfitted with the present furniture, so it has been around 28 years since the last restoration of this building, although some routine maintenance on its facilities, the Lebanese Parliament Building has become is inappropriate to receive official delegations or even to hold international conferences under its wings.

The Lebanese Parliament is composed of two Basements, ground floor and three upper floors. The estimated total construction area is around 6,500 m².