Karim Bekdache

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Earning his education in Paris, Beirut-based Karim Bekdache looked to influence the region’s creative landscape with his own brand of architecture. Starting Karim Bekdache studio, he looks to re-appropriate vintage design through his own eyes.

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Interviews / Baghdad, Iraq 05:52

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Interviews / Dubai, UAE 03:58

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Interviews / London, UK 02:54

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Interviews / Morocco 03:14

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Interviews / New York, USA 05:34

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Interviews / Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 02:49

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Interviews / Muscat, Oman 03:53

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Interviews / Kuwait 03:33

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