Designed Exclusively by Saccal Design House for Festember. A modern interpretation of the traditional mabkhara re-envisioned in lightweight concrete and brushed brass. The shape is inspired from subtracting two geometries from one another, the cylinder and the half sphere in order to create a sculptural form reminiscent of artifacts of ancient civilizations. The charcoal for burning the oud would sit in a removable cylinder (by pulling it up) and then is covered by a punctured brass sheet allowing the smoke to rise while at the same time protecting fabrics from burning when used for Abayas. When viewed frontally, the mabkhara attains a form that is imbued with mysticism when the smoke rises through the holes.