DESTINATION AT DOWNTOWN DESIGN: SHOWCASING STAND-OUT DESIGN FROM AROUND THE WORLD

DESTINATION AT DOWNTOWN DESIGN: SHOWCASING STAND-OUT DESIGN FROM AROUND THE WORLD

Destination At Downtown Design: Showcasing Stand-Out Design From Around The World
Downtown Design 2016 : The popular Destination at Downtown Design returns this October reaffirming Downtown Design’s position as a fair of global discovery and entry point into the international design scene. Launched at Downtown Design 2015, Destination will once more showcase emerging design brands from a fresh selection of international design weeks, this year:
Addis Ababa – Barcelona – Beirut  – Reykjavik – Taipei
Downtown Design is held under the Patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-Chairman of Dubai Culture & Arts Authority and in partnership with Dubai Design District (d3).
Each participating city will present a co-curated collection of their leading young brands, offering them a commercial platform and a unique opportunity to present their creativity and craftsmanship to the buyers, designers and visitors attending the event.
Rue Kothari, Fair Director of Downtown Design says: “We are thrilled to bring such a diverse mix of design weeks to the fair. Each will represent the spirit of their city; showcasing lighting, furniture and textiles, expressed with indigenous materials, traditional craftsmanship and a strong contemporary aesthetic that will both broaden the diversity of the fair, and provide a breath of inspiration for all visitors.”
Destination At Downtown Design: Showcasing Stand-Out Design From Around The World
In Pictures :  Addis Ababa Design Week Ensera Stool and End Table Design by Jomo Tariku
Design Week Addis Ababa introduces Dubai to a modernist-inspired collection of furniture, rugs and textiles handcrafted in Ethiopia from Actuel Urban Living, and contemporary takes on traditional African chairs crafted in hardwoods by Jomo Design Furniture.
Barcelona Design Week, Toru-CLOP, by Jordi Ribaudi
In Pictures : Barcelona Design Week, Toru-CLOP, by Jordi Ribaudi
Barcelona Design Week brings sculptural design objects with a modern, industrial look that still elevate traditional, artisanal techniques. Andreu Carulla Studio will present suspended outdoor seating, a wickerwork armchair and versatile tin vessels; Apparatu will showcase three collections of quirky ceramics; and TORU a set of elegant ponyskin chairs.
Beirut Design Week, Muriel Kai -Fruit Leather
In Pictures : Beirut Design Week, Muriel Kai -Fruit Leather
Beirut Design Week is represented by resin vases, vessels molded from fruit skins and foam stools by Tamara Barrage; biodegradable containers made from coffee grounds and newspaper waste from Paola Sakr; and flexible, translucent tea lights and jewellery boxes crafted by Muriel Kai from ‘fruit leather’.
Reykjavík Design March, North limited, FÆRID
In Pictures : Reykjavík Design March, North limited, FÆRID
DesignMarch Reykjavík presents high-end walnut lounge chairs and sofas, and oak bar stools and book racks by Augustav; elegant nests of tables, lava dishes and porcelain containers by North Limited; and quirky cabinets, candle-holders, lamps and mirrors by experimental Nordic design collaboration 1+1+1.
Taiwan Designers' Week, META Leer LED Woooden Lamp
In Pictures : Taiwan Designers’ Week, META Leer LED Woooden Lamp
Taiwan Designers’ Week showcases sleek design solutions and accessories including neo-contemporary ceramics and glassware from HNH LIVING; sculptural lighting from META Design and versatile seating solutions made from recycled cardboard and wood fibre from Flexible Love.
Photo Courtesy : Downtown Design 2016
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