BEIT Collective collaborates with both Lebanese and international designers to promote and preserve Lebanese craftsmanship and identity.

By merging age-old craftsmanship with modern aesthetics, BEIT Collective actively contributes to safeguarding Lebanon's cultural heritage and presenting its extensive history of skilled artistry to a global audience. Their primary objective is to support local artisans and revive traditional techniques by integrating them into contemporary design practices.

The collective will be unveiling new pieces by Adam Nathaniel Furman and Thalis Nicolaou accompanied by works of Studio Caramel, Alexandra Hakim, Jonathan Blezard, Kelly Halabi, Isabelle Tarazi and more.