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Beirut Design Week 2017 through Instagram

Beirut, Lebanon

By Liyan Aljabi Beirut hosted one of the most anticipated design fairs in the region last May for the sixth consecutive time. Organized by MENA Design Research Center, Beirut Design Week 2017 showcased the best of Lebanese and international design to encourage intercultural exchange, design education, social impact, and design entrepreneurship. This years’ fair theme Read More

WAL(L)TZ By T SAKHI Architects

Dubai, UAE

Prompted to reflect on this year’s theme of Dubai Design Week, “Ways of Learning”, multidisciplinary architecture and design studio T SAKHI Architects unveiled WAL(L)TZ.  Selected to represent Lebanon as one of this fifth edition’s three national pavilions, this curated project was presented as part of Dubai Design Week’s special project space Abwab, from 11-16 November Read More

Modulofts Flexible Living for The Modern Citizen

Beirut, Lebanon

Fouad Samara Architects 2017   Designed in a response to Beirut’s rapidly changing and evolving requirements and rich urban living, Modulofts creates a new typology aiming to challenge the existing structures in the city. The 14 story building is made up of 7 duplex lofts that are Inspired by the purity of the traditional Lebanese Read More

‘Up, Close and Personal’ by Nada Debs at Milan Design Week 2018

Milan, Italy

One of Lebanon’s most highly regarded designers; Nada Debs makes her debut during Milan Design Week 2018 at Rossana Orlandi Gallery. For her first solo show in Milan, Nada presents four new collections under the title of ‘Up, Close & Personal’ – a thoughtfully-chosen title which summarizes Studio Nada Debs’ objective: to create both collections Read More

Capitole Restaurant & Lounge

Beirut, Lebanon

Lighting design by .PSLAB 2016 Located on a rooftop of a historical building in Beirut’s Central District, that was initially built to be a theater, later transformed into a cinema and offices, Capitole is a summer restaurant and lounge. Ieva Saudargaitè © Wanting to go back in history and translate the theatrical DNA of the Read More