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Kamelizer Workstation

In terms of Kamelizer’s furniture, each piece had to serve both design and function. For a dramatic effect, I created two identical designs for the offices and the meeting table.

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Accelero Storage and Chillout

At Accerelo office, every two partners were given a private office and the desks were designed to work individually on or to attach and create a meeting table. With this in mind,  I set about designing the storage and chill-out area.

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The One Legged Console

Working with this beautiful Eklego designed bathroom, I wanted to design something that complemented the oval black oak mirror my clients had already purchased, as well as the dramatic marble paneling of the space.

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The Wazara Media Center

In the same spirit as the Invisible Rotating Bar, the Wazara media center was designed to blend into the stunning interior design work of Eklego.

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The Invisible Revolving Bar

Designed by Eklego, the home in which my bar was to belong was stylish and elegant.  Therefore when approached to design their bar, I wanted to create a piece that didn’t take away from the newlyweds’ home.  

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Mabruka – Christmas Collection

For Mabruka’s first Christmas collection I decided to create Egyptian inspired tree ornaments.  Using Finnish plywood and gold and silver colored plexi, I was excited to create two collections in each of these materials.

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Mabruka

Mabruka is a decoration and accessory line aimed at all occasions celebrated in the Arab world. Created alongside architect and interior designer, Nermine Mokhtar and Laila Neamatalla of Nakhla and Siwa Creations, we realized one Ramadan that we all had the same idea of producing modern, high-end Ramadan accessories for residential and commercial use.

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Accelero Meeting Table

The meeting room at Accelero is made up of two conjoined rooms and gave me a fantastic opportunity to design something to compliment the big space.

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Clumsy Bedside

When a clumsy couple asked me to create a piece of furniture that represented my vision of Egypt’s future, the first thing I did was ask my client what the requirements were and what was otherwise lacking in their home.

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The Pottery Line

With an awesome catalogue of ancient Egyptian pottery to choose from, these pieces were chosen for their modern style. Giving the ancient a little twist, the “trendy” colors of summer 2011 were used to make the collection fun and current.

kamelizerworkstation

In terms of Kamelizer’s furniture, each piece had to serve both design and function. For a dramatic effect, I created two identical designs for the offices and the meeting table.

accelero-chil

At Accerelo office, every two partners were given a private office and the desks were designed to work individually on or to attach and create a meeting table. With this in mind,  I set about designing the storage and chill-out area.

oneleg

Working with this beautiful Eklego designed bathroom, I wanted to design something that complemented the oval black oak mirror my clients had already purchased, as well as the dramatic marble paneling of the space.

IMG_0176F

In the same spirit as the Invisible Rotating Bar, the Wazara media center was designed to blend into the stunning interior design work of Eklego.

revolving-bar

Designed by Eklego, the home in which my bar was to belong was stylish and elegant.  Therefore when approached to design their bar, I wanted to create a piece that didn’t take away from the newlyweds’ home.  

mabruja-xmas-slider

For Mabruka’s first Christmas collection I decided to create Egyptian inspired tree ornaments.  Using Finnish plywood and gold and silver colored plexi, I was excited to create two collections in each of these materials.

mabruka-ramadan

Mabruka is a decoration and accessory line aimed at all occasions celebrated in the Arab world. Created alongside architect and interior designer, Nermine Mokhtar and Laila Neamatalla of Nakhla and Siwa Creations, we realized one Ramadan that we all had the same idea of producing modern, high-end Ramadan accessories for residential and commercial use.

accelero-meeting

The meeting room at Accelero is made up of two conjoined rooms and gave me a fantastic opportunity to design something to compliment the big space.

clumbsy2

When a clumsy couple asked me to create a piece of furniture that represented my vision of Egypt’s future, the first thing I did was ask my client what the requirements were and what was otherwise lacking in their home.

Pottery

With an awesome catalogue of ancient Egyptian pottery to choose from, these pieces were chosen for their modern style. Giving the ancient a little twist, the “trendy” colors of summer 2011 were used to make the collection fun and current.

arrowmedia

Inspired by an antique geometric marble and extracting the arrow shape from its pattern, this piece was created specially for Mona Hussein’s showroom in Designopolis, Cairo.

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Part of the collection designed for Mona Hussein’s Mahally store in Designopolis, this piece uses the same Islamic geometric pattern for inspiration as the Arrow Media Center.

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Designed for an appreciator of salvaged furniture, the piece started off with a visit to Ezbat Belal, Cairo’s premier district for salvaged architectural pieces.

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A simple and fitting accessory to the intricate detailing of the Gouna Bed, the cube shaped bedside table plays with wood grain direction to create an interesting yet subtle piece.

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The “Gouna Outdoor Dining Table and Benches” is a sturdy, comfortable and minimalist addition to any outdoor space. Water proof, the table’s main beauty is the subtle use of yellow on the benches and even below the counter and leg supports for a practical and playful effect.

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Looking to the traditional for inspiration, my client and I went to Ezbet Belal, aka the best market for salvaged architectural and decorative pieces in Cairo.

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Designed especially for a residential project, the Gouna Bar divides its kitchen area and dining area with a functional sculpture, maintaining the desired circulation of the space.

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A feature of the Linkdev offices, the extensive blackboard walls meant that erasers and chalk had to be handy and easy to find.

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This design was inspired by the beauty of suspended bridges. The use of white enamel as the suspended part is a pleasant contrast to the oak and visually balances out the piece.