Design Days Dubai is the leading fair in the Middle East and South Asia dedicated to collectible and limited edition furniture and design objects. The fair presents design from leading international designers and galleries alongside up and coming design from across the world. The fair also presents a strong non-commercial programme consisting of education, workshops, installations and live performances.
Exhibition dates 2016
The fifth edition of Design Days Dubai will take place from March 14 – 18, 2016.
The Venue, Downtown Dubai, Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard
(former Emaar Boulevard, next to Burj Khalifa). Download the maphere.
One-Day Pass: 50 AED
Children under the age of 18 years old are admitted free of charge. University students can also enter free upon show of student ID.
Please click here if you wish to register your university or college’s interest in visiting the fair.
The first fair of its kind in the Middle East and South Asia, Design Days Dubai has welcomed more than 70 exhibitors from over 35 countries in the last 3 years, with over a third of these exhibiting galleries stemming from the Middle East.
Presenting designs from leading international designers and galleries alongside up and coming design from across the world, the fair also presents a strong non-commercial programme. Design Days Dubai offers a stimulating public programme of discussion panels, lectures, installations and workshops, as well as offering visitors the chance to experience private tours with design professionals, providing insight and context behind the works available at the event.
Design Days Dubai 2014 witnessed a 40% increase in visitor numbers from the inaugural edition, which is located at Emaar’s custom-built location, “The Venue” in Downtown Dubai, at the base of Burj Khalifa—the world’s tallest building.
The overwhelming positive response from the world’s media has now firmly placed Design Days Dubaias the hub for collectible design in this rapidly expanding region, and a point of connection for design galleries across the world. None of this would be possible without the generous support of sponsors, Van Cleef & Arpels, Emaar, Audi Middle East and the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority.