“Just as the fabric consists of interconnected threads, humans are interconnected with the fabric of the universe, forming part of a cosmic tapestry.” Palestinian textile designer Areen told Archipanic. Through her ‘Flowing Threads’ installation in Dubai, she reflects on the layers of identity and the significance of transparency and adaptability in life. At the same time, “the world must not turn a blind eye to the ongoing extermination in Gaza, and we condemn those who choose silence,” explains designer.
Jwana Hamdan returns to Dubai Design Week with brand-new, high-end outdoor furniture inspired by a luxurious courtyard.
Emirati architectural photographer Majid Al Bastaki presents Palm Repose, a bench drawn from the palm-rich vistas of the UAE.
Dubai-based Dachah Studio created two seats inspired by traditional elements, garments and landscapes of the UAE.
At the Downtown Design 2023 fai in Dubai, we have been positively impressed by the strong presence of female designers, curators and creatives. Check some of the projects we liked the most.
‘Of Palm’ Pavillion at Dubai Design Week 2023 explores the creative and multitasking potential of palm trees in UAE culture, architecture and design.
Dubai Design Week 2023 is about interweaving… cultures, textiles, palm trees, technology and sustainability. Check what we liked the most.