More exquisite talent from Lebanon. The Living Space III by Karen Chekerdjian.


More from Lebanon with this wonderful work of art by George Geara, featuring a cropping of the map of the country ✌🏻


Made of lightweight concrete and powder coated metal, these medium and large trays are beautifully put together to symbolize the constant clash between Beirut city and its inhabitants.

By Saccal Design House.

By David Raffoul, co-founder of @davidandnicolas.

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Day 14 of the Lebanese Revolution features contemporary jewelry design by the awesome @narineedotcom.




Celebrating more of Lebanon as we enter the 9th day of REVOLT! The Bouf chair by Nayef Francis.


Today we celebrate Lebanon and its people as they embark on their 5th day of revolt against their corrupt government.

Lebanon, don’t let anyone put out your fire!

The Smoke Dress by Jean Louis Sabaji.


The Lou Ruvo Center for brain health in Las Vegas, Nevada. Designed by Frank Gehry.

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Urban furniture at its finest!
The HexaSeat is designed by Pouya Studio for Enison Co. Based in Tabriz, Iran.

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By David Garcia.

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By Narukuma.

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WOTCH by @tassilo.eissing tells the time thanks to 60 seamlessly integrated multicolor-LEDs that count down the hours and minutes.


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Who’s ready for cozying up this winter? Initially designed for the little ones in the house (but who’s here to judge?!), the Raft Floor Cushion is designed and entirely handmade by @malia_mu. Based in Canada.

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Inspired by Dubai’s deserts, The Foundry reimagined the coffee cup entirely made of sand.

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Husband and wife team, Sean Yu and Yiting Cheng, founded @22studio_tw with a vision to materialize their love of minimalism and urban living. Inspired by architect Tadao Ando, every product is made from raw concrete, designed to mimic the geometric angles and curves of brutalist architecture.


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By Josh Kline.

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Minimalism at its finest. By Victor Vasilev.

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Happy weekend with these gorgeous traditional Lebanese tiles by @blattchaya !







Peel Credenza by @leahksamick features unexpected detail. Tugging on a tab, the user makes a delightful discovery as the doors peel progressively away from the frame, one panel at a time.


The doors open and wrap away, revealing colorful fabric backing and four adjustable shelves.


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Wall transformed into a wrecked bus! By graffiti artist @odeith.

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Touché tray by Martina Bartoli @la_bartoli for @masoneditions


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U.K.-based artist Jason Anderson creates abstract urban landscapes using pixelated patches of pastel-toned oil paint.


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