Techniques of tapestry weaves

Techniques of tapestry weaves

A traditionally crafted tapestry weave

A traditionally crafted tapestry weave

Habuba Kabira, clay bricks are drying - at the edge of the village, because there is enough space

Habuba Kabira, clay bricks are drying – at the edge of the village, because there is enough space

Vineyard in the Ghuta of Damascus

Vineyard in the Ghuta of Damascus

Jurn Kabir, Girls from Habuba Kabira are preparing the lime milk from local chalk

Jurn Kabir, Girls from Habuba Kabira are preparing the lime milk from local chalk

Damascus, copper workshop in the Straight Street, where "damascening", an old Inlay-technique is still practised

Damascus, copper workshop in the Straight Street, where “damascening”, an old Inlay-technique is still practised

A traditionally crafted tapestry cover (Kilim)

A traditionally crafted tapestry cover (Kilim)

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A traditionally crafted tapestry weave

A traditionally crafted tapestry weave

A gathering of people around a rolled out woven Kilim tapestry

A gathering of people around a rolled out woven Kilim tapestry

A traditionally crafted tapestry weave of four panels, that are ornamented with embroidery

A traditionally crafted tapestry weave of four panels, that are ornamented with embroidery

A boy is presenting a woven Kilim tapestry made by his mother

A boy is presenting a woven Kilim tapestry made by his mother

A traditionally crafted tapestry cover (Kilim)

A traditionally crafted tapestry cover (Kilim)

Gallery

Guideline Integrated Building Documentation

Rubble / Debris Management – General Guideline

A warper (al-musaddi) is installing the warp threads on the mechanical loom

Protected: Silk fabric and social ties in Syria

Catalogue of Damage – Architectural Heritage

Preparation of spools in the textile factory of the Mezannar family

A Family of Damascene Silk Manufacturer

Contemporary Classical Music in Syria

Contemporary Classical Music in Syria

Abdelraouf Baydoun working with the craft of ‘Ajami in his workshop in Malaysia

‘Ajami or Damascene Painting: Traces of a Traditional Handcraft

Detail of a decorated wooden panel of the Damascus Room in the Dresden Museum for Ethnology

‘Ajami from A to Z

A Bedouin woman is weaving with a horizontal loom

The Art of Syrian Textile Production

Hand printed table cloth from Hama at Hassan's Shop, Old Damascus

The Threads of Life: Syrian Textile Ornamentation

From Animals and Plants: Textile Raw Materials

From Animals and Plants: Textile Raw Materials

Grandmasters of the ‘Ajami Craft

Grandmasters of the ‘Ajami Craft

Becoming a Craftsman: Interview with Mohammad Haj Qab

Becoming a Craftsman: Interview with Mohammad Haj Qab

Between Traditions and Innovation: Interview with Aliya Alnuaimi

Between Traditions and Innovation: Interview with Aliya Alnuaimi

Part of a calligraphy with ‘Ajami decoration in the Damascus Room in the Dresden Museum for Ethnology

Secrets of the Old Master Artisans

The general structure of the example dome house in Taanayel (Libanon) before the end of the construction process

Dome Houses in Syria – Revival of a thousand years old architectural tradition