Order of Engineers and Architects representative
Fadlallah Dagher is an architect, living and working in Beirut. Having graduated from ALBA in 1985, he is a founding member of Dagher Hanna & Partners architects and has worked on numerous projects including the renovation of over 20 structures from the 19th century.
Between 1989 and 2000, Dagher was a professor of architecture and History of Architecture at ALBA. He also taught at the American University of Beirut between 2000 and 2003.
A member of APSAD, he has been working on heritage preservation for 30 years, including as an advisor to the Ministry of Culture, between 1994 and 2016, under ministers Michel Eddé, Selim Wardy and Rony Araygi; he was
part of the team that drafted the new law for the protection of heritage. He has collaborated on several publications on heritage (“L’Homme, la terre et la pierre” Fondation Nationale du Patrimoine, 2001; “Beit Saifi as time goes by”
Marc & Hala Cochrane, 2016), and has illustrated the “Illustrated History of Lebanon” (Larousse, 1987).
He represents the Order of Engineers and Architects of Beirut within the Beirut Heritage Initiative.