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

At the Grainmill, Find Me

At the Grainmill, Find Me

Ghuta landscape with view over the south of Damascus to Jabal Qasyun, 2007

The Ghuta, the Former Paradise Belt around Damascus

Three houses of the type 'one-and-a-half-panels' with the half panel to the western side of the house (near the Euphrates-valley)

One and a Half Panels – My Grandfather’s House in the Euphrates Valley

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

A Peek into Syria’s Sericulture World

A Peek into Syria’s Sericulture World

Carpets from Raqqa: A Memory

Carpets from Raqqa: A Memory

Memories from Aleppo

Memories from Aleppo

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

An olive grove in the Ghouta of Damascus

Picnic in the Ghuta – Changes Over the Last 70 Years

A group of domed houses in the village of Shaykh Hilal

The Village of Shaykh Hilal – Architectural Heritage in the Syrian Steppe (al-Badiya)