With Studio Nada Debs' continuous collaboration with UAE based NGO Irthi Council, the Zenobia collection of vases has been transformed into Totem stools for Milan Design Week 2022. This collection combines the traditional Emirati craft of hand-woven Talli with the signature Studio Nada Debs craft of marquetry inlay.
Studio Nada Debs is exhibiting the Distort Arabesque Sofa at Galerie Tanit for the État De Siegé design show, on display until June 25. This show gathers pieces from 20 Lebanese designers representing the evolution of the seat since the 1960's. The Distort Sofa is a seating concept inspired by the traditional Arab 'diwan', but distorted and disparate suiting the changes in Lebanese society over the years. It is part of the permanent display at the National Museum of Beirut.
Beirut: The Eras of Design is a new exhibition located at the CID Grand-Hornu in Belgium, running until the 14th of August 2022. The exhibition focuses on the different eras of design in Beirut and how they have lead to the dynamic designs coming out of the city today. Studio Nada Debs is showing various collection items, including the Now & Zen Bar that was in the studio during the Beirut blast of August 4th. Despite the volatile history of Lebanon, our designers continue to persevere
Studio Nada debs collaborated with the Invisible Collection for London Craft Week 2022 in their brand new gallery space in London, England. The topic in focus was the signature craft of Marquetry Inlay, in which the step by step process was showcased throughout the gallery. Additionally, Nada held a ‘craft conversation’ in which she discussed her “Cultural Influences through Craft & Design”.

 

Nada debs exhibited at the Ataya annual exhibition for humanity in collaboration with 81 Design and the Rose House organized by the Emirates Red Crescent. The Rose House stand is a subtle nod to the famous rose-colored mansion perched high above the city of Beirut.
Dedicated to adventure seekers and trailblazers, inspired by the elements of earth, water and fire "this new collection represents views of the horizon looking beyond mountain escapes, sunsets and sunrise, and the ocean in its vast glory,” says Nada Debs. Embossed geometric patterns, hand-crafted organic curves, and signature mother-of-pearl buttons accentuate the craft elements seen on the vide poche, coasters, and carafe leather holders. 
Showcasing the craft techniques of the land, along with the latest collections and bespoke designs by Nada Debs, The Vitrine is our latest space that connects the old and the new. Preserving the damages of the Beirut blasts and utilizing the ground-floor of the boutique to display craft objects that recount a human story, visitors from around the world are welcomed to discover this place called home through a series of storytelling installations.
Embracing geometric patterns and natural materials of wood and marble, set in a contemporary design, Nada Debs presents a new collection of Cigar Ashtrays called ‘Plug-Ins.’ Appealing to true cigar aficionados who relish the finer things in life, this new collection is an ideal gifting option for any occasion, offering a new way to revisit the spirit of oneness.
This installation work is inspired by Nada Debs’s signature mother of pearl butterflies inlaid onto concrete surfaces, where the  butterflies embellish, animate and bring to life the cold and dry concrete material elements as the main characters to tell the story of two. 
Nada Debs translates a contemporary aesthetic using traditional craft techniques for three bespoke collections of vases developed for The Flower Society. Each collection builds on a different concept tying the worlds of the two brands together.
The “On Belonging” collection created for 81 Designs features Crafted Pebble chairs and straw lamps, created by pushing the boundaries of craft, geography, art and community for a deeper sense of connection and compassion tied to homeland and history.
The “Life Cabinet”  is a re-imagined medicine cabinet created to facilitate user access during times of emergency. The cabinet brings together a slow meditative craft with rapid relief.
 Playing with basic geometrical figures has always been a highlight of Nada's work.The repetition of a simple pattern creates a product that can be used either as a desk set or as a set of trays.
By weaving the worlds of Talli and Marquetry together, Irthi and Nada Debs introduce the 'Zenobie collection' at Design Miami/Podium x Shanghai 2021. The collection initiates a dialog between two crafts from different worlds and interlaces them to generate an entirely new identity.
Unified under the theme “Breaking Boundaries”, the Cosentino Capsule Collection is envisioned as an ode to Dekton Slim, the new 4mm ultracompact material format born out of Cosentino’s commitment to innovation, sustainability and pushing the boundaries of surface design.
Objects that have been re-created out of the debris from our Studio. We have used our craft techniques as a way of connecting the broken pieces. We believe it is our way of #keepingittogether. 
After reflecting on the past year, we saw things from another perspective - distancing ourselves from the superfluous and gravitating towards the essential and the authentic.We have translated this into a collection by revisiting our products in shades of black and white.
The renovation of the Arab League Hall by International Designer Nada Debs, marks the beginning of a new era in design, dialogue and unity amongst the Arab states. Commissioned and funded by the Ministry of Presidential Affairs of the UAE, the renovation aimed at modernizing traditional elements while maintaining the essence of a distinctive Middle Eastern identity.
LJUV, a contemporary Middle Eastern collection with vintage geometry patterns for that time of the year when friends and family get together.
Fratelli Rossetti chooses the Furoi Salone to present a limited edition characterized by a heel co-designed with designer Nada Debs.
Discover a series of objects that are fun, light and humorous! Marquetry Mania explores once again the handcraft technique of marquetry, a playful and strong interpretation of another today living.