Dubai Design Week will return from Nov. 8-13 with its most extensive program to date.
The region’s leading design fair for high-end and quality design is back with an in-person showcase of more than 130 international and regional exhibiting brands and designers.
The multimedia showcase will feature five architectural firms presenting concepts of how Dubai could look in 20 years.
This exhibition will unveil works by 25 emerging and undiscovered creative talents who are based in the UAE and produce locally.
This year’s Abwab commission has been awarded to Dubai-based Ahmed El-Sharabassy for his proposal responding to the theme of regenerative architecture and restorative design.
The 50 best social impact innovation projects from the brightest minds coming out of the region’s universities will go on show.
Visitors have the chance to shop from a curated selection of 80 of the city’s best artisans, creatives and small businesses, presenting high-quality, handcrafted and responsibly sourced products.