It was 1974, a year before Lebanese civil war erupted. Abdul Aziz Hijazi was so proud of his new furniture factory near Tripoli’s harbor, a town people called Mina. It was his home and the hub of the very best carpenters. He spent days and nights building his small business, treating every piece of wood with dignity and pride.
Abdul Aziz slowly made a reputation that reached the Arab world and Australia.
Specializing in dining rooms, bedrooms and interior design, the family business survived from generation to another, thanks to good management and excellent technical skills.
Today, Abdallah Hijazi and his father still run a carpentry that stood the test of time and fierce competition, producing classic and modern style furniture, including signature chairs, tables and beds that keep galleries and individual always coming for more.