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Designer Faissal El-Malak

“Corniche” Vase

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Description

This collection started with a series of contemporary motifs inspired by the narrative and talismanic qualities of traditional Palestinian embroidery commissioned by El-Malak to Beirut based Studio Kawakeb.

Here these designs are interpreted in ceramics where the embroidery motifs are used for their binding qualities to attach the layers of earth to each other draping shapes from a larger volume to create shapes themselves inspired by historical.

The ceramics are made in Dubai by Xeina Al Malki. These pieces are made to order.

Open Edition
Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

33x33x40

Weight (kg)

1.5

Material

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Production Year

2019

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Additional information

Full dimensions LxWxH (cm)

33x33x40

Weight (kg)

1.5

Material

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Production Year

2019

Color

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The designer

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Faissal El-Malak
Faissal El-Malak is a Palestinian designer who was brought up between Montreal Canada and Doha Qatar. He trained as a fashion designer in Paris’ Atelier Chardon Savard and recently moved back to the Gulf, finally settling in Dubai in September 2014. El-Malak has been working on developing his contemporary Middle Eastern design identity by bridging traditional artisan work with modern design.

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