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TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Acrylic on canvas

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Acrylic on canvas

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Wall Hanger

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Wall Hanger

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Wall Relief

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Wall Relief

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Coffe Tables

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Console

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Walnut Wood Bench

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Tulipwood Bench

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Mirror

TRENDSETTING V: SIX JORDANIAN INTERIOR DESIGNERS
1 December 2014 - 28 January 2015

Shelves

In this fifth edition of Nabad’s annual “Trendsetting” exhibition series, six established Jordanian interior designers exhibit a collection of conceptual, decorative and functional objects. The unique limited-edition creations have been especially designed for the show. Nisreen Abudail’s pieces are inspired by the beauty of traditional embroidery and celebrate the concept of ‘Unity’. Suzanne Abujaber displays a series of wall-hanging racks inspired by the fish skeleton, creating different characters and styles through an innovative play of materials and colours. In her collection, Maysoon Haymoor showcases the beauty of brass, wood and stone, intended to evoke visual and sensory impressions in the viewer, while also interacting with each other.

 

Fiona Kassisieh is inspired by multifunctionality: her tall imposing mirror reflects space and light, divides, or covers a wall, while her multi-directional shelves hold myriad favourite items and create a vertical-horizontal rhythm on the wall. As an Environmental Designer, Maha Kawar utilizes wood as her principal medium, highlighting its unassuming beauty and solidity, warmth and pliancy, through her minimalist bench and candlesticks. Tatiana Rifai displays wall-mounted, textured works that express cultural elements in shades of blue and the colours of nature.

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