With the conclusion of the Amman Design Week 2019 programs, which took place between 4-12 October of this year, its objectives continue to live on through its efforts to promote the concept of sustainability in design, which influences people’s daily livelihoods.
With the conclusion of the Amman Design Week 2019 events last month, a number of the design works that participated in the various exhibitions gain a new life ensuring the continuity of their influence through their interaction with a wider audience.
The Shadow Cave is an installation of LUCEM lighting fixtures to create a play of shadows using lights and different shaped silhouettes in the cave.
A pick-up-and-go attitude unites the projects presented, although the starting point and expressions of each vary greatly. Whether it is in reference to Bedouin traditions, for ecological reasons, for lack of space, or for increased mobility, these foldable projects represent growing trends in urban lifestyles.
Fashion design at Amman Design Week 2019 showcases the possibilities of material, form, and technique with works from various designers exhibiting at the Hangar Exhibition and the takween pop-up shop.
Across different disciplines and geographies, there is growing experimentation in the use and application of materials, whether it is basalt, resin, or stone. Architects, sculptors, and designers work with material from the earth to show the extent that these materials can reach in furniture and interior finishing.