Known for his striking and thought-provoking artworks, Ayman Baalbaki has emerged as one of the most influential Lebanese artists of our time.
Passionate about interior design, architecture and her country, Delphine Gebran has spent the last decade working on some of Beirut’s most iconic bars and restaurants. Here, she talks about her latest project, a countryside escape in Bekaa, and her love for local artisanship.
For almost 30 years, the Al Bustan Festival has been wowing audiences with its rich cultural program of performance art, which is largely put together by a talented team of women.
Born in 1889 in Baskinta, Mikhail Naimy was one of Lebanon’s most prolific writers. Famous for his spiritual works and for co-founding the first New York-based Arab-American literary society: The Pen League (Al Rabita al Qalamiya), the poet, novelist and philosopher dedicated his life to literature.
Siblings Mary-Lynn and Carlo Massoud are raising the bar in product design. We spoke to the talented duo to learn more about their unusual work and upcoming projects.
Known for her popular travel program “Voyage Voyage,” Elsa Yazbek Charabati is as passionate about travel off-screen as she is on it. We spoke to the accomplished presenter, TV personality and university professor about her show and her favorite places in Lebanon.
In this exclusive interview, we learn more about Let’s Play, an initiative founded by three Lebanese architects that aims to rebuild the school playgrounds devastated by the blast.
Salim Azzam is much more than a fashion designer; he is a storyteller who intricately weaves the stories of his homeland with passion and precision into each and every piece he…
Internationally acclaimed Lebanese photographer Roger Moukarzel still remembers his humble beginnings in the mountain village of Beit Chabeb, where summers were full of adventure.