With keen respect and appreciation for Lebanon’s craftsmanship, Lebanese artisans behind BEIT Collective are reviving the artistic heritage with modern technics and giving the world access to it.
Over a dozen collections have been already released since the launching of Beit Collective in 2021, and are available online for people to acquire these unique and finely crafted pieces for their homes.
After the nationwide protests and the October 17th revolution erupted in Lebanon, Emilie wanted to support the Lebanese craftsmanship and artisanal art that is reflected in the Lebanese heritage and culture.
The Lebanese artist’s main objective was to rebuild the Lebanese artisanship, while also modernizing its techniques, thus she initiated Beit Collective to design and create beautiful Lebanese heritage-influenced, reviving and modernizing local crafts.
BEIT has released 8 collections so far, selling Lebanon-inspired homeware and furniture online, almost all inspired by the Lebanese heritage, like the Architectural Lights, Baalbek, Beiruti, and Phoenician.