The practice of serving Gahwa (Arabic coffee) has been a tradition of Emirati society for centuries: visitors are welcomed with coffee and used to open ceremonies and start conversations, symbolizing hospitality and generosity. They were designed by internationally renowned Swiss-Argentinian product designer Alfredo Häberli. The stackable coffee cups reference the contemporary architecture of the UAE and the etiquette by which coffee cups are stacked and then offered to guests—finished in white and gold, etched with patterns that evoke the traditional Areesh (palm frond) desert shelters where coffee was prepared.
1 in stock
10 cm x 6cm