Established in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Beirut, Lebanon, in 1998, Hashim Sarkis Studios Architecture, Landscape, and Urban Design has been engaged in design projects of various scales ranging from master planning of urban areas, to landscape design, to institutional, residential and furnishing designs. Projects also range in location from the United States to the Middle East and from rural to urban contexts and address a range of issues from development to environment. The practice focuses on synthesizing between different scales and aspects of design. The work has received several awards and had been published in various books and journals including The Phaidon 21st Century Atlas of Contemporary Architecture, Metropolis Magazine, Architectural Record, The Architect, Architectural Design, andHarvard Design Magazine. In 2005, the office represented Lebanon in the Rotterdam Architecture Biennale and in 2007 the Bab Tebbaneh School in Tripoli, Lebanon was recognized with a Progressive Architecture Award citation. In 2008, the office received a BSA Design Award for the Housing for the Fishermen of Tyre project.