Céline earned her Bachelor degree in Architecture from the American University of Beirut in 2008. Her final year project was granted the Dean’s award for Creative Achievement. She took part in various internships in Beirut, Paris and New York City between 2005 and 2008. Following her studies, she worked at DW5 / Bernard Khoury Architects for five years (2008-2013) where she followed the different phases of projects ranging from architecture and interior missions to furniture installations. She has since been working independently on various architecture and design projects she has dubbed ”Mécanismes”.


Her sister Tatiana, joined “Architecture et Mécanismes” in September 2014 after earning her Master’s degree in Architecture from A.L.B.A (Académie Libanaise des Beaux Arts), where she graduated with distinction.


They both exhibited an installation entitled “Throne of Social Destruction” at the Beirut Art Fair ME.NA.SA.ART in September 2014, as well as "Vacancy", a furniture piece commissioned for House of Today's 2nd Design Expo in December 2014 that was also showcased at Design Days Dubai in March 2015. Last June, they also displayed a designer’s item piece at smo gallery during the Beirut Design Week; and last September a limited edition display cabinet at the BLC design platform of the Beirut Art Fair 2015 that was granted a "coup de coeur" by the jury.