Ali Sadek (1956-2017), a name that illuminated in the domain of carpentry and woodwork during the past decades. He was born in Khiyam — the Lebanese southern village.
He became a carpenter in 1968 at the early age of 13 and moved to AbuDhabi in 1975 where he gained a wide experience in the field. Few years later, he started executing projects in Libya and KSA, which added more and more to his knowledge and experience in the most cutting-edge technologies and styles of carpentry.
In 1984, he decided to move back to Lebanon and settle in his home village. Since then, he has designed and executed a huge number of varied projects including the most luxurious castles and villas across Lebanon, especially in southern districts like Hasbaya, Marjehyoun, and Bintjbeil.