17 - 19 September 2024 | 2PM - 10PM DAILY


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Noura W. Suleiman

Descending from a family of established architects, designers and antique collectors, Noura inherited creative talent, a strong flair for design and a discerning eye for detail.

Her artistic skills can be traced back to her childhood, where she took several art courses, and created her first piece of painted porcelain furniture at the age of 16. She enrolled at Prince Sultan University, and became one of the first Saudi women to graduate with a High-Distinction Bachelor’s degree in Interior Design Engineering. She furthered her education at the University of the Arts London with courses in furniture design, textile design, business in design, and lighting.

Noura’s innate love for the arts, along with her notable education, was refined by extensive experience, which was crowned in 2015, with the establishment of NWII.III, a fully-fledged interior design company. NWII.III create designs that adopt sophistication, modernism and technological innovation.

In her work, Noura strives for avantgarde concepts and evades previously executed designs. She says that her clients remain a big inspiration to her, as they challenge her to manifest their visions, bringing them to life.