A kitchen design inspired by the kitchen design of the 1920s and 30s?
Sounds like a recipe for disaster.
But this time around, the kitchen is being made by the Palestinian kitchen design collective, The Kitchen Works.
This is the first time since 2005 that the collective has collaborated with the Israeli kitchen design group Dabah.
The design collective has been making kitchen backsprites for years, and they are now taking inspiration from the Israeli work.
The idea behind the project was to “imagine a Palestinian kitchen that was both more modern and more Palestinian,” explained Shadi Khatib, a Dababah coordinator.
She explained that, when she first started making kitchen backplates in 2013, she didn’t have much of an idea of what to do with them, but she was drawn to the idea of using them as an expression of Palestinian identity.
“In the beginning I thought about them as a sort of Palestinian kitchen utensil,” she said.
“I thought, this is really interesting.
I didn’t think about them like that.
I just thought, why not have them represent my kitchen in a way that is not only Palestinian, but also in my culture?”
The design of this kitchen backplate is a modern twist on the traditional Moroccan backplate.
The backplates are covered with a layer of Moroccan fabrics, and it’s all finished with a modern kitchen palette.
A large black canvas is used to cover the fabric.
It’s a combination of traditional Moroccan fabric and modern materials.
The kitchen backspanes are made from the same fabrics that are used in the traditional kitchen.
“This project is about bringing these fabrics into the modern kitchen, so that the modernity and the tradition of this tradition can be preserved,” said Khatiib.
“If you think about the Moroccan tradition, they are traditionally made of cotton, wool and linen, so I think that we can find this idea of Moroccan kitchen backspaces to be an extension of that tradition.
I think it’s a perfect combination.”
The Moroccan style of cooking is influenced by traditional cooking in the Middle East and the Mediterranean.
The traditional style of Moroccan cooking is based on traditional ingredients like rice and lemons, and the traditional recipes include herbs, spices and vegetables.
“The idea of the Moroccan cooking, I think, is to find something that is really authentic and to use these ingredients in the kitchen,” Khatisib said.
She said that her intention is to use the traditional ingredients, like lemons and leavened dough, as the basis for the cooking of this project.
The Moroccan kitchen backspritzes also incorporate traditional Palestinian cooking techniques.
For example, they use Moroccan baking spices and spices to make a sauce.
These spices are also used in traditional cooking, and so I wanted to find these ingredients and to find a way to make them into this cooking sauce.
The project also uses traditional Moroccan dishes like pita bread and lebkaf, the bread used to make the traditional bread in Morocco.
The bread is traditionally made with the help of olive oil and bread flour.
The Pita bread was made with olive oil, leavening flour and bread crumbs.
“One of the things that is important about the project is that it is not just a traditional kitchen back plate,” Khattib said, “but it is a project that is about taking the traditional elements of Moroccan cuisine into modernity.”
Khatiber explained that her project is inspired by traditional Moroccan cuisine.
“It is about the traditional components of the food,” she explained.
“As we learn about the history of this cuisine, the tradition becomes more and more important.
It is not like, the modern thing is about something different.
It becomes more important, and therefore more difficult, to make, and also to share with the community.”
Khattiib added that she believes the project represents an opportunity for both Palestinians and Israelis to share in the work of this modern kitchen backspace.
“We are the only group in the world that can make this kind of kitchen back.
We have all these resources, and we have all this expertise, and now we are trying to take it to the community,” she stated.
Khatihiib said that the project will be ongoing for the next year.
“With this project, we are hoping that it will become an example for other groups in the region to learn from and to do the same thing.
We are hoping for the same type of thing that will happen with this project.”
This is not the first Moroccan kitchen design collaboration between Dabahs and The Kitchen.
In 2011, the Dababa collective released a collection of Moroccan style kitchen back plates, which was inspired by a Dabiya kitchen in Morocco, which used traditional Moroccan materials to make its traditional dishes.
The collection was named Kitchen Works after the Dabiyah kitchen, the name of the traditional home for Dabiyeh, an Arab-speaking tribe that lived in