The GCC’s interior design market has surged in value, and is now worth almost $18bn every year. A region-wide study – the details of which were released during the 2017 INDEX Design Series – found that despite oil price fluctuations, the Gulf’s interiors industry has grown in value by more than $2.2bn in the last 12 months alone. The research discovered that the value of interior-based design and fit-out spend has risen from $15.5bn in 2016 to $17.7bn in 2017, with the steep rise attributed to near-constant innovation and what experts describe as “ever-changing personal preferences”. The Design Middle East Forum 2018 will focus on the current topics of biophilia in design, the changing design phase of education institutes, 3D printing in design, and other relevant ones to give our attendees an overall outlook of the sector.
-To bring designers and suppliers together
- Network opportunities to create strong
- Showcase your key design pieces/projects
- Exciting design industry-relevant panel
- Design presentation by industry leaders
The benefits of nature are abundant and that’s what the design industry is shifting its focus
to. Biophilic design is all about creating good habitat for people as a biological organism
in the modern buildings and constructions that can enhance people’s health, fitness
deficiencies of contemporary buildings, landscapes and interior architecture by initiating a
new improved framework for the beneficial experience of nature in the built environment.
It’s interesting to see how the education institutions are focusing on the relevance of
design and it’s a reason to enhance the environment and hence the world we live in. Many
education institutions’ history is embodied in their physical infrastructures and structural
designs. A design reflects a lot both the teaching, learning, and the changes a generation
3D printing is a process of making three-dimensional solid objects from a digital file. But
how can 3D printing benefit the interior design industry? 3D printing actually enables a
designer to produce complex shapes using less material than traditional manufacturing
methods. It gives an increasing push toward faster design-to-product timelines. As 3D
printing spreads to the masses, the need for quality design to print will be greater than
ever. There’s more opportunity than ever for creativity and innovation in design. The
world’s first fully functional 3D office building in Dubai, billed as ‘Office of the Future’, is a
great case study for the world. Exploring the world of 3D!
Raw space to build your stand in a
4 X Full-Page Adverts in Design Middle East
magazine to be used by December 2018
Chair drop facility (any one of brochure/
handout can be dropped on seats or on
On-site product branding
Placement of logo on event E-Mail
newsletters sent to the online database
Mentions in press releases and subsequent
Pre-event and Post event coverage of the
Forum in print and digital
Placement of logo on all Invitations
Video footage, Imagery and post event
report will be released for promotional
One-month MPU banner on Design ME
Ten Newsletter blast with your logo
Editorial interview with three members of
senior management to be used before
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