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Interior & Gastronomy

The Lebanese touch turns design and cuisine to gold. Designs influenced by our beautiful HOMEland. Food grown from its essence.

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Cherine Magrabi Tayeb: Building Up Lebanese Design Talent with Her Unique Creative Hub

How House of Today is putting Lebanon’s design sense on the map. Cherine Magrabi Tayeb is an astute businesswoman and a steadfast supporter of Lebanese designers. She launched House of Today, a non-profit design platform...

Little Reed: A Lebanese HOME to Donkey Therapy

Little Reed and its team of donkey therapists are helping rewire neurology and instill confidence, enhancing the lives of children with learning difficulties and physical disabilities. Nested among the pine trees of Qsaybeh, meaning “Little Reed” in Arabic, and named after its tiny village, Little Reed stands on...
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Ramy Boutros: Designing Spaces His Way

With a client portfolio that spans some of the most well-known hospitality brands and restaurants in Lebanon and the Gulf region (Em Sherif, Villa Clara, Numero Six, Fred Bistro and Kateh, to name a...
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The Three Brothers: Lebanese Gin Pioneers

Lebanon’s rich botanical variety makes it an ideal candidate for gin production. However, the Lebanese were apparently the last to know it. Anyone thirsty for a sip could only quench their craving with imported...
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No Garlic No Onions: Savoring Lebanon One Bite at a Time

Anthony Rahayel is a fulltime dentist, husband, father of three and the man behind famous food blog No Garlic No Onions. HOME For Summer sat down to share a meal with the legendary blogger...