Parisian design studio Pierre Frey collaborated with the Louvre and an artist passionate about Egypt to create a collection of fabrics and prints honouring Egyptian antiquity.
This collection of handmade tiles by Jam By Hedayat & Mizaj Tile Studio bring alluring aesthetics from Ancient Egypt to 1920s Manhattan in muted colours to cover the surfaces of your home.
Designed by Alexandria’s Younis Architects with California-based Tiny Society, these moveable trailer homes are designed for DIY enthusiasts who don't want to be tied down to one spot.
Cairo and Milan based design firm Nano Mahgoub has created a bold visual experience in Tojo’s, a contemporary Japanese restaurant that will soon be built in Madrid.
With 40 years of design experience in hospitality, El Ghoneimi have worked on a plethora of world-renowned hotels and Conrad Cairo has joined that list with golden renovation plans inspired by Egypt.
From Budapest to Oman, Panoptyc has a knack for architectural storytelling. In Gharb Soheil, the studio drew up plans for a vernacular yet modern boutique hotel that pays homage to Nubian heritage.
Set to open in 2027, Parisian architecture firm Jakob+MacFarlane designed Universite Francaise d’Egypte with sustainable practices like solar panels and irrigation systems that repurpose wastewater.
Through Adnan Al Bahr, product and furniture designer Marwan Fayed hopes to re-introduce artisanal tiles into Egypt’s design scene with contemporary designs inspired by North African aesthetics.
Studio Paradigm reflects its progressive design identity in this innovatively colourful school in 6th of October City.