For its eighth edition, Beirut Design Week (BDW) will bring together an interesting mix of talents, highlighting the works of prominent Lebanese and local artists from 1-7 July 2019.
A beautiful space on Patriarch Howayek Street in the heart of Downtown Beirut is showcasing the work of 29 Lebanese designers.
Coming from a long line of sculptors and artists, Anachar Basbous had big shoes to fill when he decided to pursue the same career path. We took a seat with the artist to learn more about his discipline and what inspires him.
Lebanese interior designer Karen Chekerdjian spent many years abroad honing her designs before returning to open her Beirut studio in 2000.
With only a few days left before STUDIOCUR/Art’s exhibition Cycles of Collapsing Progress closes, curator Karina El Helou reflects on the attention the show has brought to the Rashid Karami International Fair and to Tripoli.
The southern town of Jezzine is renowned for its ornate firebird cutlery. Made of elaborately inlaid bone and a phoenix-shaped handle, the design of the firebird changes from family to family but the story is the same.
The second edition of Beirut Design Fair will bring both local and international design talents on to the capital from 20-23 September.
Joanna Laura Constantine is a Beirut-based jewelry designer whose work has taken the fashion world by storm.
Lebanese perfume pioneer Hubert Fattal, the mastermind behind Fragrances Hubert Fattal, is bottling his memories scent by scent.
Award-winning sculptor Nabil Helou has been pushing the boundaries of contemporary design for over two decades.