The door is, in most cultures, a symbol of stature and a statement of style. Nowhere more so than in Arabia; where the door is simultaneously a protective threshold and a welcoming gateway. Often coloured according to regional traditions, the doors of the middle east and parts of Africa are symbolic structures of great importance. Often belying their humble interior, doors convey a sense of dignity and reverence to visitors. Invariably robust in construction, doors of the region can be ornately decorated with paint, wood or metalwork. Dominé travels throughout the middle east and north Africa and has found a welcome in every city. This sense of hospitality is captured in the metaphorical open doors of Arabia.