House of Today is a non-profit organization, committed to cultivating a sustainable design ecosystem in Lebanon, that transcends international borders. For over a decade, the organization’s overarching aim is to strengthen dialogues in the design world, expanding the reach of contemporary Lebanese designers and their creative processes, through mentoring and educating, curating collections and nurturing connections.
Roula Salamoun is an architect and designer, founder of a multidisciplinary studio. Her practice explores the boundaries between analog and digital design practices, experiential design and material experimentation through multi-scalar interventions ranging from architecture to product design.
Roula earned her Bachelor of Architecture with distinction from the American University of Beirut in 2007 and pursued her graduate research at Columbia University in 2011 where she was awarded the William Kinne fellowship.
Her work has been showcased at Studio X in New York, the Venice Architecture Biennale, the House of Today Biennale in Beirut, Piasa Auction in Paris, and the Dubai Design week. She has been featured in major trade publications such as Wallpaper*, Architectural Digest, Galerie Magazine and she was listed amongst the designers to look out for by Domus Magazine.