L’Hôpital du Sacré Cœur in Baabda, Lebanon by Michel Écochard in 1962. The structures are built using concrete how’re be the landscaping focuses on the stones used in traditional Lebanese masonry. It is composed of a five-storey building, which forms the main façade, and a four-storey administration office block and dispensary. Perpendicular to this is the housing which includes a small chapel. An emphasis on light shielding structures indigenous to the Middle East is seen in the use of verandas and the brise-soleil. The architect introduces the ideas of light, geometric repetition, and strong lines that form the core of the Lebanese modernists movement.