Best of Dubai Design Week 2016

Dubai Design Week by Ethnic Chic

Last month we visited the Dubai Design Week, one of the world’s newest international design fair. We didn’t create enough pictures to show you an impression, but Yatzer did. Here’s our selection of Yatzer’s highlights.

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Dubai Design Week was established a year ago by Art Dubai Group in partnership with Dubai Design District. The wooden chair in the picture above is the Betula chair by Apical Reform at Downtown Design Dubai 2016. Below you see on the left The Cities contemporary design and art showroom (in Riyadh and Dubai), the Gregoria Lounge by Philippine. The right picture is Mass Imperfections’ by French-Palestinian architects Elias and Yousef Anastas composed of several handmade olive wood modules.

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Below you see the Khayzaran Fairuz furniture series by Lebanese interior architect and product designer Richard Yasmine. Love the brass details and elegant round finishes.

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The left Everlastingreen coffee table in granit vert Gauguin, solid brass and metal, is also part of the Khayzaran/Fairuz. On the right Cecilia Setterdahl turns her canvas compositions into beautiful handcrafted, limited edition carpets.

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Above you see the Yoroi console by Alessandro Masturzo for De Castelli. Again beautiful brass in matt finish. Cool and contemporary design. Below you see Lights made from reclaimed coral by Zuleika Penniman at the Tanween exhibition at Tashkeel. Part of Tashkeel’s Tan.

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Swarovski debuts at Dubai Design Week 2016 with a mesmerising specially commissioned outdoor installation by Emira. The Dubai Design Week is definitly worth a visit again. 

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Credits: Yatzer & Dubai Design Week
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