Gezazy Store a Gem in Maady

Today as I was walking by a strip filled with plants and flowers in Maadi, one store always captures my attention. However, today I entered  and asked about a particular furniture that I wanted to know if it was on sale. From afar, you can tell that the store uses recycling products such as glass and wood and recreates beautiful pieces of art. A young woman immediately greeted me with a warm smile and to my surprise Asmaa Farrouk was the owner of this Gezazy. It was a glorious moment to meet such a creative young woman being an entrepreneur during times where the world thinks that Egypt is collapsing due to recurrent events on the media.

What is Gezazy store in a nutshell, you might ask? I will link her facebook page here, so you can check out her work but I will also steal some of her photos and place them down bellow. Asmaa recycles bottles, glass and wood and recreates new things with it. For example, she has a huge collection in her facebook demonstrating lighting features, lamps that she recreates with recycling bottles, she also recycles wood and makes awesome, edgy and modern furniture. Not to mention she has a free library and lounge, where you can just chill, read a book while zipping on free tea and coffee.  Ohh, I almost forgot to mention, not only does she have a carpenter on site building furniture but you can also place an order for her to send a carpenter to your house and make anything that you want using recycling wood and panels.

This definitely was an O M Geee moment and I couldn’t wait to share her store here on my blog. If you live in Cairo you should visit Asmaa’s Gezazy store at 250 St in Maadi. If you do not live in Egypt please support her by visiting her Facebook page by clicking here on Gezazy you will get very inspired.  Enough talking and here are some of her work.

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Her on site library, where you can read and enjoy a free coffee or tea.

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