As the leading design fair in the region, Downtown Design pledges a fully carbon neutral event by 2023, implementing the first wave of initiatives at this year’s fair by reducing its own footprint to zero on everything directly build and delivered as event organisers, and assisting exhibitors to do the same in 2023.
LASVIT is a Czech-based designer and manufacturer of bespoke lighting installations, ready-to-shine collections and…read more
Since its beginnings in 1966, Kettal has had an international calling to design and innovation.read more
Founded in 1946, today Cappellini is one of the most well-respected brands of the furnishing and design world.read more
Normann Copenhagen is a Danish design company with the mission to create original and innovative products in a simple…read more
Custom No.9 is a made to order furniture brand founded by Amy Durnford, with a vision to bring a new realm of customised…read more
The Line Concept is a furniture design studio with our own production facilities based in Dubai.read more
Czech premium lighting brand Brokis stands for the synthesis of exquisite design, superior quality, and the remarkable…read more
Cosentino Group is a global family-owned company that produces and distributes high value innovative surfaces for…read more
USM Modular Furniture is a renowned Swiss manufacturer of furniture for the home and office.read more
Tacchini unveils the culture of beauty that is based on research and designs, ideas, arts and peopleread more
Downtown Design is the commercial centerpiece of Dubai Design Week, the region’s most important creative festival reflecting Dubai’s position as the design capital of the Middle East with a programme of wide-ranging design-related events, bringing together thought leaders and decision makers of the global design stage and attracting over 100,000 visitors to Dubai Design District (d3) over the week.
The 2022 edition of Downtown Design will present the latest in contemporary design to the region, with an emphasis on commercial opportunity and access to the most relevant audiences in the region. In dedicated sections across specific industry sectors, decision-makers in the region’s industry can explore high-end products and innovative solutions for the home, workplace and hospitality sectors.
The fair features showcases of rising talent, pop-ups and design installations alongside collateral programmes catering to each relevant audience; from international A&ID professionals to local homeowners and design enthusiasts, looking to discover, buy or commission. The week is complemented with talks, panel discussions, masterclasses, networking events and creative experiences.