All Photography Credit: Atelier Hapsitus
Villa Sehnaoui Interior Design Elements 
The design of interior elements for a residence in Lebanon
explored three ways of formally and visually experimenting with Arabic lettering and traditional calligraphy, transforming it into
a contemporary statement within three-dimensional space. 
A shelving system is based on an old Islamic calligraphic tradition called square or geometric Kufi, and reveals the names of the home’s owners. A floor tiling detail and door handle are plays on another Arabic calligraphic script, Naskh, using it both formally and
in distorted expressions.
Completed while at Atelier Hapsitus

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