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Accessories - design Samer Alameen

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A cart, a bar cabinet, a freestanding workstation... Ginger is amazing!
Handy removable steel trays rest on a sinuous structure made of thin steel tubes, a practical reclaimed leather pocket finds space on the front while a handle and pivoting wheels make it even easier to move a nomadic product by definition.

Designed to hold and carry bottles and glasses, Zenzero by Samer Alameen, knows how to transform itself into a completely autonomous work station.

Impeccable in dark green, it is also available in matte white or shiny gold leaf.

Dimension: cm 81x41, h 72
Material: steel, regenerated leather
Finish: green
Weight: kg 18
Volume: m3 0,32

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Samer Alameen

Samer Alameen

Born in Beirut in 1971, Samer Alameen graduated from the Lebanese American University with a double major in Fine Arts and Advertising in 1992, going on to work for a variety of prestigious advertising agencies. In 2006, Samer launched his own studio specializing in branding and image consultancy with a client list that extended across the textile, retail, mall, banking, real estate, food and jewelry sectors.

It was in 2012 that Samer decided to launch his own designs and his first collection. In 2014 he completed a Master Degree in industrial design at Scuola Politecnica di Design (SPD) in Milan. In 2016 he opened his studio in Milan.

In 2019, Samer was appointed as creative director of Design Italy, the new portal dedicated to high-end, made in Italy design products.

Since his studio launch, Alameen’s work has been featured in solo and collective exhibitions in Milan, Paris, Basel, London, Dubai and Beirut.