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Fadi Sarieddine Design Studio is a multidisciplinary atelier based in Dubai founded in 2013 by Lebanese architect Fadi Sarieddine. Offering architectural and design services with a focus on furniture design, Sarieddine brings his rich architectural experience to his work by coupling form and function, delivering designs that appear alive in their bold lines and movement. 
His experimental design approach challenges the fundamentals of traditional design by examining the use of unconventional materials. Inspired by transformation and fueled by interrogation, he adopts a kind of playful minimalism that unfolds into something more.
His pieces come with a sense of discovery, like books with stories yet to be told.
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Feature: Wallpaper Magazine, 2016

Feature: Prodeez, 2016

Feature: Made Journal, 2016

Feature: Design Mena, 2016

Feature: Khaleej Times, 2015

Feature: 5 Minutes with Fadi Sarieddine, 2015

Feature: d3 Meets Fadi Sarieddine, 2015

Feature: Objects of Desire, Volume V, 2015

Feature: Spottedmag, 2015

Feature: Wallpaper, 2015

Exhibition: Wallpaper/d3 Exhibition, Salone Del Mobile, Milan 2015

Feature: IFDM, 2015

TV Feature: Sabah Al Khair Ya Arab, MBC, 2015

Feature: InsideOut, 2015

TV Feature: Hadia Sinnos World, Hia Magazine, 2015

Feature: Commercial Interior Design, 2015

Exhibition: Contaminated Spaces, Design Days Dubai, 2015

Feature: Bespoke Magazine, 2014

Exhibition: Wallpaper/d3 Exhibition, London Design Festival, 2014

Feature: Khaleej Times, 2014

Feature: Wallpaper Magazine, 2013

Feature: Maingate, 2013

Feature: Concierge Magazine, 2013

Exhibition: Design Days Dubai, 2013

Exhibition: Design Culture(s), Galerie Nationale, Dubai 2013

Feature: Inhabitat, 2010

Feature: 3rings, 2010

Feature: Dwell, 2010

Feature: WeHeart, 2010

Exhibition: Local, Zona Tortona, Salone Del Mobile, Milan 2010

Feature: Time Out Dubai, 2008

Feature: Abitare, 2008

Feature: 7days, 2008

Award: Dubai Syndrome Winner of Traffic Design Competition, 2008

Exhibition: Rotterdam Biennale, 2003