The artist prepared the exhibition, entitled "Ha'it Hawa'" (Air Wall) -- a pun based on the expression "on air" and his live drawing -- in just 15 days.
Jean Marc Nahas' "Ha'it Hawa'" (Air Wall) is on show at the Beirut Exhibition Center until June 2.
It will boast up to five meeting rooms defined by air walls
on the mezzanine level, as well as a 10,000 square-foot, column-free ballroom, which will be one of the largest in New York City.
High school and pre-university students' projects ranged from attempts to prevent tsunami damage by the creation of air walls
to more fun creations such as a trouser drum kit.