A key element of Dubai Design Week was a number of design installations, placed in strategic locations across the city by renowned international and local designers. The installations aimed to challenge convention and explore innovation, illustrating Dubai’s creative diversity while promoting Dubai as prolific urban environment, a dynamic city where wonders and beauty can be found everywhere.
The installations carried a sense of belonging and ownership of the place where they were located that engaged and inspired a broad set of visitors. Each installation was built in Dubai and all were world debuts, identifying Dubai as a city that celebrates international and local talent and continues to push boundaries.
Devised around the hexagon, a familiar motif in Al Hashemi’s work, hexalite combines Swarovski crystals and mirrored steel in 33 hexagonal structures, to create an infinite series of kaleidoscopic views.Find out more
#EMO_DCI is an installation that is purely focused on the experience of combining sound, scent and imagery together. Using these three different senses in a simplistic way in the spatial design creates awareness of how we experience a space.Find out more
Galeries Lafayette has collaborated with four talented artists to produce innovative designs and creations based on this year’s selected theme of, Through The Lens.Find out more
Upside down and inside out, with one eye squinting and the other half-shut. Is it a child playing with words, or a limerick to be repeated a number of times? NoFind out more
Studio Mr. White is very excited to be leaving its mark on the world's tallest structure. The animated content created for this event is artistic in nature and uses a Projection Mapping technique adapted onto the world's tallest LED screen, the Burj Khalifa.Find out more
Ascension is an animation inspired by and screened on the façade of the Burj Khalifa. The animation is a rhythmical journey from the centre of the earth to the surrounding universe.Find out more
Left Impression is a seating installation inspired by the Emirati Majlis where family members, neighbours and people of the community would gather. Majlis, meaning a place of seating, is one of the major facets of social life in the UAE.Find out more