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"I'm not a sex toy designer!" exclaims Marc Dibeh.An elegant, ergonomic bedside lamp with a small red bird on a perch protruding from one side, the lamp concealed a secret: The bird was sitting on the end of a dildo.The lamp, which Dibeh came up with after anonymously polling more than 1,800 women on their desires and preferences, brought the young designer sudden fame. Luckily for Dibeh, he has already proved himself much more than a one-hit wonder.This year, Dibeh and Baroud have collaborated once again.Dibeh will also be exhibiting some of his solo work, a series of unusual mirrors, which he produced for Art Factum's collective design show in December. Searching for an idea related to the theme "Spectrum," Dibeh, who studied architecture in Paris, came up with the design for the mirrors by accident, while working on a private woodland residence he has spent the last three years designing, inside and out. Dibeh's five mirrors are made of stainless steel and encased in traditional frames.Dibeh is currently working on a solo exhibition, due to be held at Art Factum in June, to coincide with Beirut Design Week.
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