"A Roof for Silence" explores the theme of community living through the concept of emptiness in architecture, poetry, painting, and music. It is a project that gained deeper meaning due to the turbulence in Lebanon last year. The project reflects on contemporary social and spatial challenges and offers a reflection on the necessity of emptiness and silence. The installation is centered around a central construction designed to host a series of paintings by Etel Adan, which form a cycle of poetry. The project also involves the participation of Lebanese and French artists such as Paul Virilio, Alain Fleischer, and Fouad Elkoury.