Abdallah Tabet joined OLIN in 2010, bringing 13 years of international professional and academic experience to the studio. Currently, he is working on the design of several private estates as well as the creation of an accessible, multi-tiered garden for the LDS Temple built entirely over structure in France. Abdallah has also worked on significant competitions, including OLIN’s proposal for a waterfront park in Beirut, Lebanon. Abdallah earned a Bachelor of Architecture with Distinction at American University of Beirut, a degree in Restoration and Preservation at Lebanese University and a Master of Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. During his time at the University of Pennsylvania, he collaborated with OLIN’s studio as a Fellow and Intern from 2002 to 2003. In addition to receiving the UPenn Fellowship, Abdallah was awarded the Prize in Theory and Criticism and the Juneja Scholarship Award from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Design.