Best Galleries at Design Days Dubai

Starting today and until friday, Dubai is home to another Design Days Dubai, the leading design fair in the Middle East and South Asia.

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.”

Presenting the best in Design, here are the best galleries exhibiting at Design Days Dubai.

Stilwerk Design Gallery

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Exhibiting pieces from Elisa Strozyk, Silvia Knüppel, Brooksbank & Collins, Jan Kath, Oskar Zieta, Hermann August Weizenegger, Kiss The Reichl and others.

Carpenters Workshop Gallery

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Carpenters Workshop Gallery is known for its discovery of bold and iconic design-art. Like many of the artists it fosters, the gallery takes a young, fresh and dynamic approach, primarily following its own aesthetic.”

Nakkash Gallery

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Galerie Yves Gastou

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 “Yves Gastou continues to exhibit spatial and playful furnitures from the 1960s and 70s, encompassed the dream of a free and relaxed way of life which a democratized art through the introduction of new materials, such as resin, brass, stainless steel and stone geodes, all while integrating a sleek contemporary design.”

Source: Design Days  Dubai