For more than thirty years, Architect Claude Yacoub has explored several domains of competence. This website illustrates the mark he’s left on Architecture projects, design and art; photographs, videos and other creations. His experience in several fields of academia, his scientific and “civic”publications and his various archives are also presented to you through this website.



Online Course

Architecture – Urbanism – Sustainable Architecture – Humanitarian Design  – Industrial Design – Graphic Design
Digital Ecosystems – Web Design – Art Installations – …




Visited Cities    Projects     Pedagogies     Publications     Discoveries    Cities to Come


Amiour Architect Architecture Architecture - Exterior Architecture - Interior Architecture - Unrealized Project Art - Realized Project Art - Unrealized Project Artistic Cemeteries Cities Citizen Conferences Cranes Damascus Design Design - Realized Project Design - Unrealized Project Digital Doctorat Facebook Posts Houston In my Workshop Je me souviens Literature Martinique Minutes Montreal Museums Paris Pedagogy Personnal Philosophy Photographer's Hand Poetic Politic Postale Proust's Questionnaire Publications Secondes Society Syria Texan Chronicles Texte final Ziguinchor



A professor since 1995, he has taught architecture, design, hypermedia and fine arts at multiple universities and schools in Fort-de-France, Damascus, Montreal and Paris. Also, under a humanitarian framework he taught in Haiti, Jordan and Turkey. He continues this free and rebellious pedagogical experience, having some of the didactic thread track of his professor Paul Virilio as a guideline.



Scientific: started in 2007 as part of a doctoral research. “Civic”: started through a blog called “Resistance(s)” that was launched in 2010, with daily articles released the first year. And subsequent publications circulated at various architectural conferences and seminars.

Scientific publications


Chronicles publications


Other publications




About everything and nothing, and much more. Travel photographs (cities, architectures, and landscapes, Street Art, exhibitions and others). Videos made from exhibitions and cities around. Library and personal collections.