Cre­ative Le­banon

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.

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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.

ate­lier­claud­ise.com

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.

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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

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