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Beit Collective


Tabaris, Beirut district

For the Lebanese community, traditional handicrafts are considered an art of living; craftsmen use local materials to create objects for practical, everyday use. The cultural and historical significance of handicrafts creates a sense of pride among artisans and people living in the rural areas of Lebanon.

Each piece presented by BEIT Collective is either made in Lebanon, inspired by Lebanon or designed by a Lebanese designer or artist. By connecting Lebanon to the rest of the world, they are able to share and promote Lebanese culture and craft.

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