Sara Harakat is a visual artist and architect whose practice articulates memory, migration, territory, and geographical explorations. She spent the past few years jumping between cities to explore the phenomenon of being a stranger in another place. From Beirut to Mumbai, Tehran to Casablanca, New York to Cairo, her work tackles the meaning and complexity of belonging. She places human interaction at the core of her practice, and question our contemporary understandings of identity and living. 
Sara completed her Masters in Architecture and Visual Anthropology at “Ecole Nationale d'Architecture de Paris La Villette”.

Sara is the  co-founder of HARAKAT STUDIO, a multidisciplinary design studio exploring  the relationship of people and their territories. The studio focuses on projects that range from small-scale architecture,  urban installations, to collectible objects, scenography and film. HARAKAT STUDIO design both permanent and ephemeral spaces & objects, drawing from the emotional and physical experiences by incorporating senses and memory

—  Sara is Currently in Residency at Ateliers Medicis