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.
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.
Creative Space Beirut School of Design is a tuition-free school for fashion. It is radically committed to diversity and inclusivity within its program and admits a small pool of students each year based on talent and determination alone.
MAD, an initiative to support and promote 200 Lebanese creatives, has just reached its second milestone of How MAD is Beirut.
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…
Beirut remains on our minds and in our hearts. Support local NGOs and initiatives in their efforts to bring comfort to those most affected by the explosion by making a purchase from this list.
Who’d have thought that wearing a face mask could be such fun! Take a look at these colorful creations from a selection of Lebanese designers and associations.
From the biggest fashion houses in the world to his eponymous brand, Tony Ward has carved out a successful career over the past few decades.