In this talk, Rebecca Anne Procter, Ghada Kunash, founder of The Workshop Dubai and Mohannad Khatib, Co-founder of Zinjaar Vintage, discuss the importance of using antique and vintage furniture to boost sustainability and combat climate change
‘Furniture Design for Sustainable Future’ is a collaboration between The Workshop Dubai and Zinjaar Vintage, presenting a new generation of contemporary design based on refurbished and upcycled antique and vintage furniture. taking place at The Workshop’s Jumeirah location, ‘Furniture Design for Sustainable Future’, is rooted in accessibility, demonstrating that the global conversation about sustainability and design’s integral role can be participated in by all facets of society, no matter the scale. Join Rebecca Anne Procter in conversation with Ghada Kunash, founder of The Workshop Dubai and Mohannad Khatib, Co-founder of Zinjaar Vintage, as they discuss the importance of using antique and vintage furniture to boost sustainability and combat climate change.
Antique and vintage furniture has a carbon footprint 16 times lower than new manufactures. Preserving the future while upholding the past, the joint efforts of The Workshop and Zinjaar Vintage encapsulate an important and increasingly global ethos that while the future is green, it needn’t negate the beauty, heritage and traditions of the past – and Furniture Design for Sustainable Future, is a taste of this thoughtful, hybrid generation of design contributing to a more sustainable world.
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About The Workshop Dubai
The Workshop is a unique inter-disciplinary community space consisting of an art gallery, a sustainable store, design studio, and a cafe. The Workshop aims to engage the audiences, and support the development of Dubai’s arts scene through its extensive programs, educational initiatives, and community projects.
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