Part of the Student Exhibition 2019 - Held at the Ras El Ain Gallery in Amman
Abd Al Hameed's 3D printed fictional character was exhibited alongside his sketches.
Abd Al Hameed is a 10 year-old who has a passion for science, physics and topics related to speed, force, and states of matter. Drawing since the age of 3, he developed an interest in designing machines that can help people simplify their day-to-day life.
Ahmad's exhibited piece is a coffee table inspired by the fruit fly.
The work combines the strength of the fruit fly's movement with the weightlessness of its wings.
Before studying interior design at Petra University, Ahmad initially worked for eight years in contracting.
In addition to the typical usage of the surface, there are hidden drawers within this multifunctional table to provide some space for storage.
The table was inspired by the Japanese school of design.
Al-Anoud enjoys creating modular, modern and multifunctional products.
Basem created a brand titled “Makhtoum” using old postage stamps from the Levant.
The tires were transformed into colorful seats that can be used for a pop of color and comfort in a space.
The installation showcases the power of the Arabic language combined with the designers' personal calligraphic style.
The work tackles the effects of claustrophobia and looks into the potential violence of inhabiting space.
Salma has animation and multimedia backgrounds.
The work was inspired by traditional crafts of the region.