Rooted in heritage, the Nada Debs brand has remained loyal to its philosophy of imbuing exquisite design pieces with intricate patterns and inlays that celebrate traditional craftsmanship.
Renowned for his eye for luxury design, Galal Mahmoud has worked on an array of hotels and resorts in Lebanon and abroad. Here, the successful Lebanese architect tells us why Beit Noun, a new guesthouse in the hills above Byblos, was such an enjoyable and rewarding project.
Today in Serepta, more commonly known as Sarafand, a sleepy village in southern Lebanon, one family is determined to keep the ancient tradition of glassblowing alive.
Sarah’s Bag gives new meaning to corporate social responsibility by empowering both downtrodden women and their craft. An accessories label that is less known outside of the Middle East but something…
MAD, an initiative to support and promote 200 Lebanese creatives, has just reached its second milestone of How MAD is Beirut.
Basket making is rooted in Lebanese tradition. We discover more with the Lebanese Ministry of Tourism.
Kassem Abu Ruslan has been working with wicker his whole life. His specialty? Chairs. We go back to the source to learn more about this beautiful craft.
Award-winning social enterprise, 2B Design brings life back to Lebanon’s dying heritage. Down a Jeitawi side street in Beirut, a traditional Lebanese home houses a small atelier. Past an old iron…
On the occasion of the 100 years of Greater Lebanon, the second edition of “Draw me a Cedar” was held at la Résidence des Pins on September 2. We pick 15 of our favorite items from the event.