We love discovering new design concepts. Take a look at these 10 creatives who displayed their work in a collective space curated by Bleu Design Consultants at the 25th edition of HORECA Lebanon.
Ten beautiful creations
ELIE SAAB for The Rug Company Featuring an oversized floral design in teal, gun metal and green on shimmering silk, “In Bloom” challenges the traditional concept of a rug. The blooms burst out from both ends of the rug and reach for the center to create an elegant mirror pattern.
01 322090, therugcompany.com
CLAUDISE SAHYOUN Les Ateliers de Claudise
Decorative cushions for a bed are just as essential as those for a couch. The two pillows are made of a white velvet fabric and embroidered with a rose gold thread, creating a dialogue within the space.
CAROLE MAALOUF ABBOUD Yosama
Inspired by balloons, “Take me Away” is a colorful 3D metal sculpture. Representing a wish to float away and discover the world from above, it is made using two layers of metal.
CESAR DEBBAS C. Debbas & Fils - Bang & Olufsen
Combining superb sound with customizable design, “Beosound Shape” is a wallmounted wireless speaker system.
01 974400, debas.com.lb bang-olufsen.com/beirut
DANA ALAAEDDINE Fluirt
The “Notch” is a concentric table. The inner circle is made of marble, carved out of the outer steel that creates the legs of the table. Visually, it pivots around an axis.
03 030667/71 670962, fluirt.com
CAMILLE TARAZI Maison Tarazi
These decorative mirrors are made of walnut wood and feature a floral mother of pearl inlay.
01 568288, maisontarazi.com
GEORGE MOHASSEB Wood&
This hand-made piece has sides with strips and brass legs that create a retro-modern look. Its originality comes from the integrated light, making it much more interactive than conventional bedside tables.
01 513136, woodand.com
ROY JIBRIN Brin Design Cloud
The “O Y Chair” mixes raw materials, lines and shapes. The unorthodox combination of materials plays a role in holding the armchair together without the use of any fasteners.
SAMER SAADE Fabraca Studios
Using a custom mold, the disrupted wire mesh structure resembles a cloud formation. The installation hangs very lightly in the space and is lit from underneath.
03 917501, fabracastudios.com
YEHIA KASSAA Colortek
“3D Roche” belongs to the haute couture family of products by Colortek. The range blends technology and technique, allowing architects and interior designers to create one-of-a-kind decorative effects.
01 303414, colortek.eu