The 9th iteration of Dubai Design Week, the largest festival in the MENA region, is set to begin on November 7 at the Dubai Design District. This year, the event is expecting to attract more than 150,000 visitors and has increased the number of participants to 500. The festival aims to showcase design, science, and technology collaborations to promote sustainable practices. The event will feature over 20 large-scale outdoor installations focusing on material reclamation. Downtown Design, a part of Dubai Design Week, will host Pakistan’s ‘ALEEYA. design studio’ for its regional debut. Downtown Design will also mark its 10th edition by showcasing the latest collections and products from over 300 international and regional brands and designers across 40 countries. The fair will be held from November 8-11. Additionally, the festival will include Downtown Editions, an exhibition of works by independent designers, and a commissioned exhibition by French perfumer Frédéric Malle. Various talks and workshops will be conducted during the festival, including a series called The Forum. Dubai Design Week aims to foster dialogue around sustainability and highlight the importance of sustainable practices in the design industry. The event is held under the patronage of Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairperson of Dubai Culture & Arts Authority.
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