“…Restore the unseen beauty of the broken, a perfect blend between beauty, history and social commitment.
2b design salvages architectural elements from destroyed Levantine houses and reinvents them into decorative objects. Wrought iron balustrades, wooden windows frames, vintage fabrics or copper utensils find a new life at the hands of marginalized and disabled persons whom we employ.”*

Related Articles:
Linda Matchan, “Finding beauty in Lebanon’s broken buildings,” The Boston Globe, January 16, 2013
2b design’s mention in The Daily Star, “Designing home furniture for a cause.”
2b design as case study featured in the Harvard Business Review, “2b Design: A Creative Social Business in Lebanon.”
The American Society of Interior Designers – ASID (NY metro Chapter) selects 2b design for the “BEST OF THE BEST” Award for 2011, click here for details.

* Text and picture from [beyt] 2b design’s Facebook page