Dubai Design Week Concludes Its Most Comprehensive Edition To DateFeaturing more than 150 brands and designers from the region.
The seventh edition of Dubai Design Week came it a conclusion last weekend following seven days of exhibits and programmes from some of the regions leading and most promising designers.
Curated alonsgide Dubai Design District (d3) and Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture), the week-long event was its most comprehensive to-date, featuring more than 150 exhibiting brands and designers from the Middle East, as well as international brands from Italy, Denmark and Colombia.
Designers and studios showcased their work in the fair’s section dedicated to limited-edition and bespoke design, Downtown Editions, from aRE, Faresi and Monochrome from the UAE, to George Gerara from Lebanon, Le Lab from Egypt, and Roham Shamekh from Iran. Art studio Tashkeel also unveiled the products that have resulted from the 2021 edition of the Tanween design programme.
Dubai Design Week also supported the design community of Lebanon by hosting The Beirut Concept Store which presented works by more than 50 established designers and emerging creatives based in the country, as well as the second iteration of the UAE Designer Exhibition which unveiled works of 31 designers based in and producing in the UAE.
You can head over to the Dubai Design Week Instagram account for the highlights, and dates for the 2022 edition set to be announced in due course.