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Benedicte de Blavous Moubarak Turns Old Lebanese Architecture into Beautiful Furnishings
French designer Benedicte de Blavous Moubarak is employing marginalized people in Lebanon to transform architectural salvage into exciting concepts in interior design. Many of the traditional houses of Lebanon – inspired by Venetian and Ottoman architecture – have been destroyed, damaged by conflicts and abandoned. Moubarak’s collection, entitled [beyt], transforms wrought iron balustrades, window frames and other items that used to adorn Lebanon’s traditional houses into exciting floor and table lamps, consoles and other remarkable furnishings.
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