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"Founded in 2016, Albi is a group of four Lebanese architects who have experience in design, digital prototyping, production and strategy. After living and working in New York, London, Paris and Beirut, the different backgrounds came together to form a sturdy energetic quartet."
"Zenobie is a playful stationery brand created in April 2015 by illustrator Zeina Bassil in her small atelier in Beirut, out of her love of pattern, prints and paper!
Zenobie takes inspiration from myths and old tales from the East and West, embodying the warmth and joie de vivre of the Mediterranean people.
All the designs start out as hand drawings by pencil and colored ink and are then printed using the finest paper and printing techniques found in Beirut. "
"Senteurs d'Orient is a mother-daughter story: Our story originates from a shared passion for bathing rituals and a social cause close to our hearts.
Senteurs d’Orient’s story begins with Hana, whose journey took her from East to East, starting in Tokyo and finding its way to Beirut, Lebanon. Inspired by the bathing rituals of the Far and Middle East, she aimed to create handcrafted soap that captures the Orient’s most treasured flowers, blossoms and senses for a unique bathing experience. It is in the heart of the soap-making region of the world that Senteurs d’Orient was born.
Driven by female entrepreneurial spirit, Senteurs d’Orient is committed to keeping female empowerment at the heart of our brand. We are proudly committed to employ women in every role, while the sale of our products support the education of women in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme."
A space has been established inside the hospital dedicated to promoting and boasting the beautiful handiwork created by these men who choose to lead a self-reliant life free from any disability stereotype.
Roukoz, chandler and manager at the hospital is an impassioned man who has restored pride to the occupants who were once convinced of their diminished value to society. All proceeds from the candles now allow these men to sustain their own lives. "
Lebanon-lovers to the country."
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