Marc Dibeh is a Lebanese, Beirut-based interior and product designer. He studied at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Paris Val De Seine before returning to Beirut in 2006, where he received a Masters in Product Design from the Academie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts. Soon after, he opened his eponymous studio in 2009.

Four years later, in 2013, Dibeh gained global recognition after he exhibited a collaborative furniture range called Wires at Design Days Dubai and Art Basel. As a result, he was highlighted as part of the 5 breakout stars of Design Miami by The Wall Street Journal.

Dibeh’s work has also been highlighted as part of the 5 breakout stars of the design Miami, Miami edition in 2013 by the Wall Street Journal, after exhibiting the Wires series with Art Factum Gallery; and part of the 5 up and coming designers of the Design Miami, Basel edition in 2015 by Artsy. In 2016, he was awarded the Generation Orient Price and in 2018, with the Rising Talents Award by Maison&Objets Paris.

Among his most recent projects are a colourful, loft-style apartment interior in Beirut, a coffee shop in Washington DC; and a Dimanche 06, a collection of furniture pieces that hark back to the shapes and styles of the 1980s and ’90s. True to Dibeh’s design philosophy, each project has a distinctly different style.