An experimentation with material use, aesthetic movements and shape are observed in this designer homeware collection that debuted in Beirut, Lebanon. Digital store and gallery Adorno does its part in supporting independent and emerging creatives by issuing an open call for contributions. The objects debuted during Beirut Design Week, where the theme was set to be ‘Design and the City.’ Fifteen of the most innovative and curious items were set on display and "some of the pieces were selected to be sold through Adorno’s online store."
The designer homeware collection boasts a wide range of items – from furniture and ceramics to lighting, sculptural installations and furniture. Naturally, the experimental venture in independent production produces some highly creative and curious offerings.
Photo Credits: Taym Karesly
Experimental Designer Homeware Collections
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Perception-Dependent Furniture Exhibitions
Animal By-Product Chairs
Taste-Accenting Experimental Tableware
Imperfect Ceramic Homeware
Mood-Enhancing Musical Appliances
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