By allowing histories embedded in diverse textiles to merge meaningfully, Bokja creates works that honour tradition.
The upscale lifestyle hotel chain, nestled in One Ninety New Cairo, was designed to reflect Egypt’s long history of hospitality.
From a new showroom in Dubai’s Al Quoz area, ‘Romani Home’ includes everything from lighting fixtures to coffee tables.
From Shoreditch High Street to Watford High Street, these four upscale residences will bring London closer to home.
In Bethlehem, under the steel sign of Wonder Cabinet, these designers and artists are trying to create a foundation for future experimentation.
With private terrace pools gently beckoning, Vela Viento is an invitation to bask in the warm sunlight and take in the vistas.
Inspired by Cairo’s skyline and urban fabric, the collection pays homage to the city’s rich heritage.
After decades of neglect, the once ‘royal station’ was brought back to life to serve the residents of Kafr El Sheikh.
This Mamluk house in Old Cairo was transformed from a cattle shed owned by butchers into a magnificent private home and solar-powered heritage hub.
Mamluk era beauty meets the conceptual urges of contemporary style in these abstract carpets.
A look behind the Mashrabiyyas inside some of Old Cairo’s historical residences.
Design takes centre stage in two historic enclaves in the Cairo Citadel.
From February 22nd to February 24th, four upscale developments near central London will be offered to Egyptians.
Emaar’s latest project will be a sprawling residential, hospitality and retail city encompassing 10,000 residential units, over 1,500 hotel rooms and a Dubai Mall-sized retail district.
Aside from being suspended between two skyscrapers, The Link also boasts the longest infinity pool in the UAE.