“After years of chaos, Lebanon’s cosmopolitan capital is making a stylish comeback,” asserts the article, explaining that Nada Debs “designs furniture and objects that blend Middle and Far Eastern influences. Her pieces are modern, but with a touch of tradition—and beautifully made.”
Nada Debs, one of the first Endeavor Entrepreneurs selected by Endeavor Lebanon in 2011, has build an elite Lebanese design brand, displaying products in top furniture stores worldwide. She spent her child in Japan, and designs peaceful zen-like furniture with a mix of the aesthetic traditions of her native Middle East. Along with The Wall Street Journal, Nada’s products have been featured in The New York Times, Vogue, Monocle, and over 120 other magazines and newspapers. Featured in top furniture stores worldwide, Nada’s products give the world a tasteful peak into Beirut’s old and new culture. Check out Nada’s designs here.