ALJOUD LOOTAH’S NEW PORCELIAN COLLECTION INVOKES THE HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE OF UAE

ALJOUD LOOTAH’S NEW PORCELIAN COLLECTION INVOKES THE HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE OF UAE

Aljoud Lootah's New Porcelian Collection Invokes the Historic Architecture of UAE
Aljoud Lootah : ‘Tebr’ is Aljoud Lootah’s first foray into porcelain. The collection consists of vases, a table lamp and tableware, which depict intricate patterns that adorned the historic architecture of the United Arab Emirates, and explores their interpretation into modern everyday lives. The collection draws inspiration from motifs carved on an old wooden door found in Al Ain Palace, the residence of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan; the formerUAE President and Founder of the Nation.
Aljoud Lootah's New Porcelian Collection Invokes the Historic Architecture of UAE
Historically, wooden doors were a canvas for creativity, where the decorative carvings on the doors reflected the status of that household. The motifs used in ‘Tebr’ carry a strong character, reminiscent of these doors.
Aljoud Lootah's New Porcelian Collection Invokes the Historic Architecture of UAE
The designs are cast in the finest quality porcelain, and the tableware is embellished with 14 karat gold that resemble the door’s massive brass nails and locks, reflecting opulence inherent in artistic creation.
Aljoud Lootah's New Porcelian Collection Invokes the Historic Architecture of UAE
Photo Courtesy : Aljoud Lootah

 

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