Lina Ghotmeh is the founding architect of Paris-based studio Lina Ghotmeh Architecture.
Her innovative and highly acclaimed projects span scales and geographies; from objects to museums, from France to Japan.
Some of her most revered works include the Estonian National Museum, the restaurant “Les Grands Verres” in the Palais de Tokyo and the Stone Garden tower in Beirut. Her studio is currently working on the new Hermès Manufacture in Normandy.
Ghotmeh is the recipient of many awards, including the French Fine Arts Academy Cardin Award 2019, the French Academy Dejean Prize 2016 and the French Ministry AJAP Prize 2008.
Most recently, she has been nominated for the Schelling Prize and her work will make an appearance at the Venice Biennale of Architecture 2021.