La Brocéliande
Overview

La Brocéliande, located in one of Beirut’s high-end suburbs -Yarzeh-, is a villa-like exclusive four-storey building perfectly integrated within a high-density tree plantation area and designed according to H.Q.E. standards (high quality environmental standards)

Greenstone-La Broceliande-YarzeLa Brocéliande owes its name to the legendary Celtic forest that had a reputation in medieval imagination as a place of magic and mystery. It also conveys the greenness of the area in which the project is located.

La Brocéliande aims to be the first residential project in Lebanon to be certified BREEAM, the world's most widely used environmental assessment method for buildings, created in 1990. It looks at a broad range of environmental impacts namely management, health and wellbeing, energy, transport, water, material and waste, land use, ecology and pollution.

Credits are awarded in each of the above areas according to performance. A set of environmental weightings then enables the credits to be added together to produce a single overall score.

La Brocéliande is beautifully situated on a property with an exceptional view on southern-Beirut.
Each residence benefits from a private garden and terraces