Jane-Mary Chalfoun

Jane-Mary Chalfoun

Beirut, LB



I am an ambitious and hardworking designer with a creative and innovative approach to my work. Through the years, I’ve evolved my passion for architecture through one of my biggest inspirations: traveling. Having visited over 45 countries, I’ve been able to view architecture and design through the lens of many different architects, backgrounds, and cultures. I look forward to bringing my passions and interests as well as my technical skills into exciting future projects and opportunities. 


C.A.T. GROUP, Beirut, LB, Junior Architect

I was hired to redesign, renovate and assist in the reconstruction of C.A.T. GROUP's severely damaged eight stories office building in Beirut, after being hit by the third biggest explosion in the world. I worked on the concept and on the construction documents, using Rhino to 3D model, Lumion and Vray to render and make animations.

Sep 2020 - Dec 2020

Private Tutor, Beirut, LB, Teacher of Statics and Structural Systems

Taught technical subjects such as statics, mechanics of solids and structural systems to more than 60 students.

Feb 2016 - Dec 2020

Una Arquitetos- W.A.VE 2019, Venice, IT, Architectural Assistant

Worked on the Giudecca physical model construction and produced technical drawings diagrams and renderings.

Jun 2019 - Jul 2019

ACCENT DG, Beirut, LB, Architectural Intern - Team Leader & Designer

My boss handed me a project to work on from scratch all by myself. The project was a coffee shop called “SIP” to be built inside Aïshti by the Sea (a luxury shopping center designed by David Adjaye). I was responsible for designing the concept, producing all the renderings, meeting with the client and the contractor, and finalizing construction details and documents. This was my first ever fully built design, created from scratch
and completely constructed.

Jan 2018 - Mar 2018

Antoine Tabet Associates, Beirut, LB, Architectural Intern

I developed technical and working drawings of three villas in a region above Beirut.
It was my first time working on a project where we had to coordinate with the electrical engineer, the mechanical engineer, the civil engineer and the structural engineer. So, I got experience in coordinating with a multidisciplinary team on a large scale project to meet the requirements of each department. I used Autocad to draw all the detailing, schedules, elevations and sections.

Jan 2017 - Mar 2017


American University of Beirut, Beirut, LB, BArch, architecture

-Placed on the Dean's Honor List 8 consecutive times.

Sep 2015 - Jun 2020

Università IUAV di Venezia, Venice, IT, Architecture

Won the competition to receive a fully funded semester as an exchange student to study graduate courses at Universita IUAV di Venezia, in Architecture, Urbanism, Transportation and Landscape.

Jan 2019 - Jul 2019


Finalist of the 2020's International Architecture Competition by “Fondation Jacques Rougerie”, Nomination

My Final Year project was selected as a finalist, with over thousands of applicants from Professionals, Architects, Engineers and Designers, in the 2020’s International Architecture Competition by “Fondation Jacques Rougerie”.


Highly Commended Entrant in the Architecture & Design Category in The Global Undergraduate Awards, Award

With 4,148 submissions to The Global UA, my Final Year Thesis ‘The Floating Suspension’ has emerged among the top 10% of entries submitted.


KPF Travelling Scholarship, Nomination

Won the nomination to represent the AUB department of Architecture at the
KPF competition with a proposed itinerary.


Fawzi W. Azar Architecture Award, 1st Place

​The Azar Award is a $15,000 scholarship given annually to a fourth year student(s) in Architecture at AUB​​. It is one of the most prestigious and targeted awards that honors students based on merit and their ability to develop a full architecture brief


RIBA Norman Foster Travelling scholarship, Nomination

Won the nomination to represent the AUB department of Architecture at the RIBA competition through my developed project.


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