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Karim Saleh is a French-Lebanese architect born in Beirut, Lebanon. He received his Masters of Architecture (M.Arch II) from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) and his Bachelor's degree (B.Arch) from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc).

Following his graduation, he spent three years practicing in Los Angeles at Morphosis Architects under Pritzker Prize Laureate Thom Mayne. In this role, he served as a project designer on large-scale institutional and commercial projects, such as the Yangtze River International Conference Center in China and several large masterplans in the Middle East.

After a decade in the United States, Saleh relocated to Paris, where he currently works at BRUTHER, a French architecture firm located in the 20th arrondissement.

His work has been exhibited at the Harvard Art Festival, A+D Museum and several SCI-Arc annual spring shows.