BEIT is delighted for you to meet its valued artisans and craftsmen/women.
We are thankful to have gathered such a hardworking and talented team.
Joseph runs the family business established around 50 years ago by his father.
The team includes Joseph and 3 workers.
Sandy and her team specialises in Heavy Machinery metalwork. She handles a team of 6 since 2007.
Her team focuses on every mold making made by BEIT. Their expertise in industrial machinery has shifted into the creative industry.
Joseph comes from a family of carpenters and established his workshop in 1995.
His team is composed of 8 workers including himself.
His expertise and refinement help creating the perfect and delicate pieces.
As well as being one of our designers, Alexandra is also one of our valued craftswomen. All of her pieces are made in house.
Alexandra Hakim is initially a jewellery maker, known for her innovative craftsmanship, thought-provoking designs and genuine dedication to sustainability.
Baixu and her team located in the porcelain capital of China since in 2011.
Her team was initially created to promote their own ceramic works but now their activities have increased and are involved in producing for exhibitions, lectures and education.
Noemi and her team have always maintained and demonstrated strong ties within the art world and its sculptors.
They thrive in using top quality materials, strong technical support and the expertise of its suppliers, makes it on of the leading foundry in Switzerland.
The Khalifeh family have, for generations, handed down techniques and secrets, tools and artistic methods. However, cheap imports of glass and declining interest in the old methods nearly drove the Khalifeh family forge out of business, until a new environmental initiative breathed new life into the old craft.
For the Khalifeh family, glass blowing is in their blood. Tucked away in a courtyard, their old forge still produces glass in a furnace that dates back 2,000 years to Phoenician times.