Running from November 8 to 13, Dubai Design Week is back. With a more extensive program than ever, the Arab world’s largest creative festival will be held under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum with over 200 free-to-attend exhibitions, pop-ups, installations, talks and workshops accessible to all visitors.
Reinforcing Dubai’s position as the central and leading hub for design and creativity in the region, this year’s iteration of the week-long event will specifically focus on supporting the design community in Lebanon while spotlighting confirmed and emerging artisans and artists from the Cedar country and beyond.
Inaugurated more than half a decade ago in 2015, the annual rendez-vous has grown into becoming a prominent meeting point for the global community as it has, over the years, mirrored a sense of engagement with local and international brands and creatives that is yet to be matched or equalled in the Middle East to this day.
Held at venues across the Emirate’s golden city with Dubai Design District being the main HQ, the festival, which gathered over 90,000 enthusiasts before its year-long hiatus, is expected to reach this benchmark again and go beyond as the excitement is real and visitors seem more than curious to discover what this year has in store for them.
Through a varied and innovative schedule and line-up, Dubai Design Week appears as the event to make sure not to miss in the upcoming month. Setting the bar at a high standard again, the experience is one that will take you through stunning locations while exploring the works of many artists that are surely worth the detour.
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