For its sixth edition, Design Days Dubai, which took place from March 14 to 17, moved to a new venue within the Dubai Design District. Focusing on contemporary creations, the only fair dedicated to collectible and limited-edition design in the Middle East and South Asia is an international platform for the region’s emerging designers.
Design collectors and lovers had the opportunity to discover and purchase a vast array of pieces of furniture, lighting, and design objects during the fair. Fifty exhibitors representing more than 125 designers from 39 countries attended the 2017 edition, with a record of 21 galleries and design studios from the UAE.
The Mobius desk in European walnut by Pierre Renart.
Emirati designer Aljoud Lootah, Indian studio Apical Reform, Jordanian architect and interior designer Jafar Dajani, and Dubai-based artist Michael Rice, were among this year’s debuts. International exhibitors such as Brodie Neill and Philip Michael Wolfson (UK), Coletivo Amor de Madre (Brazil), Dutch Creative Industry and OS & OOS (The Netherlands), Leclaireur (France and USA), and Todd Merrill (USA) also participated in this inspiring and innovative fair, which has become a key player on the global design scene.