Mashrabiya is a term for sophisticated latticework windows in Islamic architecture, and the ones illustrated are particular to Egypt, made of small, intricately carved pieces of wood, inter-connected without the use of nails or glue.
These illustrations were used in Brownbook Magazine's catalogue for Carwan Gallery, Dubai.
Cover Illustration

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