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The Beirut Design Fair, back this month for its second edition, will again showcase the designs, products and innovations of local and international talents at the Seaside Pavilion.This year, the BDF seeks to expand and feature international galleries on a larger scale, while establishing Beirut as a focal point of Levantine design.This year's theme, created in collaboration with the firm GM Architects, will pay tribute to Beirut's 1960s golden age while simultaneously shedding light on what many believe is a new cultural boom in the city.The fair also aspires to act as a launch pad for fresh young designers who seek exposure, and it is therefore developing ways of getting Lebanese designs out there.In addition to showcasing aspiring designers, the fair will also emphasize young innovators.The Beirut Design Fair will take place from Sept. 20-23 at the Seaside Pavilion, Beirut Waterfront.
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