Downtown Design Dubai is the biggest design celebration in the Middle East. Between November 13 and 16, the sixth edition of this event will present over 175 contemporary international design brands alongside 40 regional designers, studios and design collectives. Apart from the wide programme of talks and workshops, Dubai Design Week happens simultaneously with the tradeshow and there’s a lot of surprises like an open gallery by the renowned Zaha Hadid Architects. For now, let’s meet DDD’s top exhibitors!
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Cappellini’s contemporary furniture is widely recognized as the epitome of avant-garde design. Founded in 1946, Cappellini’s products have been featured in iconic museums such as the Victoria & Albert Museum (London), the MoMA (NYC) and the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris). Residential or contract, Cappellini is always the right choice.
Spanish textile company Gandía Blasco was founded in Valencia in 1941, expanding into outdoor furniture in the mid-90s. Its products are sold in its own showrooms and distributed in more than 90 countries on 5 continents. More than simple furniture, Gandía Blasco’s concept is all about lifestyle.
Synonym with luxurious chandeliers, Preciosa Lighting is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of fine glass chandeliers. The very highest standards of craftsmanship and unique technical knowledge makes Preciosa an icon of luxury. Reaching beyond the predictable and ordinary is the brand’s motto – and we confirm it.
Since 2006, Caspaiou has been a hub in the UAE for designers and architects who require products of exquisite design and quality. For this year’s Downtown Design, Caspaiou is exhibiting three of its Italian furniture brands – Meridiani, Ulivi Salotti and Laura Meroni.
Baxter is known for its ability to create pieces that combine classical details with a modern outlook and unexpected color palette that sets them apart. Founded in 1990 by Luigi and Paolo Bestetti, the brand gets its British-sounding brand name from its original collection that featured a distinct English taste. Since then, Baxter has been universally described as a symbol of luxurious, contemporary ambiances.
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