Reham Almubarak is a designer born and raised in Saudi Arabia. She is currently an industrial design graduate student at Pratt Institute, New York. Reham was always curious about how things are made and where stuff comes from, yet she never knew that industrial design was an option. Later on, when the first iPad was announced back in 2010, she felt astonished and inspired. The iPad for her represented the capability of humans and how they can invent, change, and shape our future, societies, and minds and how design can play a significant role in changing people's daily habits and behaviors.

 

Reham derives her designs around making everyday experiences better; she genuinely believes that there is always room for improvement to make anything better, easier, more attainable and most importantly enjoyable. She wants to design products that affect people's everyday life. Products that help people, up-left them, draw a smile on their faces or make them wonder. Reham also believes in quality over quantity, that's what she aspires to do and hopes to reflect in everything that leaves her hands or her drawing table.

 

Before industrial design, Reham co-founded a design office in Saudi Arabia where she used to work full-time as an interior and graphic designer.  While pursuing her bachelor degree in interior architecture, She realized with her co-founders, Sumayyah Alshraim and Mona Bawazer that the Saudi market lacks good graphic and interior design and they wanted to fill the gap they saw. Their design office worked with big clients in the middle east like Saudi Aramco and KAPSARC. Today their design office still accepts design requests, but due to their limited time, they only take selective projects.

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Reham Almubarak is a designer born and raised in Saudi Arabia. She is currently an industrial design graduate student at Pratt Institute, New York. Reham was always curious about how things are made and where stuff comes from, yet she never knew that industrial design was an option. Later on, when the first iPad was announced back in 2010, she felt astonished and inspired. The iPad for her represented the capability of humans and how they can invent, change, and shape our future, societies, and minds and how design can play a significant role in changing people's daily habits and behaviors.

 

Reham derives her designs around making everyday experiences better; she genuinely believes that there is always room for improvement to make anything better, easier, more attainable and most importantly enjoyable. She wants to design products that affect people's everyday life. Products that help people, up-left them, draw a smile on their faces or make them wonder. Reham also believes in quality over quantity, that's what she aspires to do and hopes to reflect in everything that leaves her hands or her drawing table.

 

Before industrial design, Reham co-founded a design office in Saudi Arabia where she used to work full-time as an interior and graphic designer.  While pursuing her bachelor degree in interior architecture, She realized with her co-founders, Sumayyah Alshraim and Mona Bawazer that the Saudi market lacks good graphic and interior design and they wanted to fill the gap they saw. Their design office worked with big clients in the middle east like Saudi Aramco and KAPSARC. Today their design office still accepts design requests, but due to their limited time, they only take selective projects.

© 2017                                                 I Thanks for visiting

R E H A M   A L M U B A R A K