With a varied programme of 200+ activities staged at the festival’s main hub in Dubai Design District (d3) and around the city, visitors can enjoy a diverse line-up of impactful experiences;

  • Take a look into the future through a multi-media architecture exhibition that will teleport us through the next 20 years of Dubai and meet the brightest minds coming out of the region’s universities, showcasing ideas and solutions that will improve our lives.
  • Discover the latest in international design trends, with 130+ leading brands and designers exhibiting at Downtown Design, the region’s largest fair for original and limited-edition design and find out who will be the rising stars through 30+ commissioned installations, pop ups and exhibitions in d3.
  • Participate in a series of over 80 hands-on workshops and masterclasses providing the opportunity to experiment with a wide range of activities and attend the daily talks programme featuring regional and international industry leaders exploring topics related to the rapidly evolving design landscape.
  • Meet the region’s artisans, creatives and small businesses offering a curated selection of original and high-quality products at the weekend outdoor market and bring the kids for a host of activities from pottery to tree planting.

With a key focus on supporting the creative community in Lebanon this year, rising and established Lebanese design talent will be highlighted throughout the festival’s programme; from architectural installations and product design, to artisanal Lebanese delicacies at The Marketplace and outdoor music sessions.

Download the Dubai Design Week app to discover the whole programme, register for Downtown Design and be kept updated on the latest health and safety guidelines.

Dubai Design Week is owned and managed by the Art Dubai Group, and is held under the dedicated patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairperson of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (DCAA). It is in strategic partnership with Dubai Design District (d3), and supported by Dubai Culture & Arts Authority and A.R.M. Holding.