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Associative Design showcases ‘The Best of Portugal’

The Portugal design body showcases new designs from seventeen luxury furniture.

Dubai –  Associative Design, created by the Portuguese Association of Wood and Furniture Industries (AIMMP), will showcase ‘The Best of Portugal’ exhibition in Dubai Design Week 2020. The Portugal design body showcases new designs from seventeen luxury furniture brands at Retail Unit 2, Building 6 of d3.

Associative Design promotes Portuguese brands and products globally, and also pitches in design works in the use of both technology and design.

Dedicated to the global design community, the d3 caters to startups, entrepreneurs and established international design, luxury and fashion brands. The Design Week 2020, being held from November 9 to 14 at the d3, is the region’s largest creative festival with a focus on supporting the creative community.

Mr Vítor Poças, President of the AIMMP, said, “Its an extremely important opportunity for Portuguese design to be present in this event as UAE is a blooming market for the home sector exports.”

The showcase incorporates new designs from seventeen luxury furniture brands: Achillesince1905, AROUNDtheTREE, CREATIVEMARY, Castro Wood Floors, DE FONTES, FERREIRA DE SÁ RUGS, GLOBALDIS, S.A., Homel Design Furniture, João Bruno Design, JSC Technology, Magyk Art Image, Malabar, Mamoa, Molaflex, Nauu Design, Ottiu, Vista Alegre, X8 Solutions Group.

Dubai Design Week is known as the best platform for regional design and a catalyst for the growth and support of the creative community in Dubai and the UAE. The exhibition provides a dynamic environment where design meets opportunity and encourages economic diversity and cross-disciplinary collaboration. The festival’s varied programme covers a range of design disciplines including architecture, product design, interiors, multimedia and graphic design.
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