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TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011
TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011

18 k gold chain with hammered silver and gold pendant 

 

TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011

gold and silver pendant, squashed ring 18 k gold chain

TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011

Rectangular gold and silver pendant

TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011

Cross with silver chain

TRENDSETTING: TWO JORDANIAN DESIGNERS
6 December 2010 - 5 January 2011

Antique silver box pendant with 18 k gold snake chain

"Trendsetting" presents established ceramic artist Rula Atalla's first jewellery collection and young Jordanian designer Samar Habayeb's debut furniture collection. In her first exhibition working with mediums other than clay, Rula Atalla experiments with a variety of materials to create her first jewellery collection. Also on display is a selection of Atalla's environmentally-friendly Christmas trees.

Atalla's long-time aspiration to make a social impact has involved her in the "Ruwwad" project, a non-profit undertaking that assists the underprivileged community of Jabal al-Nathif. The result is a beautiful collection of framed landscapes that she creates using clay shapes crafted by teenagers with disabilities. The proceeds from the sale of these landscapes go to "Ruwwad" and back into the community.

Samar Habayeb combines traditional Arabic calligraphy with contemporary colour and design to create unique and innovative pieces of furniture. Using fiberglass, metal, ceramic and resin, she sets Islamic motifs against modern materials and concepts, blending functionality and aesthetics.

            

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