Amman Design Week is excited to announce Dezeen as media partner for the second time in 2019!
Tucked away in a hidden corner of Jabal Amman, the Kabariti Village is a private property owned by the Kabariti Family.
Running under the theme of “Possibilities”, the third edition of Amman Design Week introduces a new visual identity developed by designers Mothanna Hussein and Saeed Abu-Jaber, founders of Turbo, a multidisciplinary visual art and graphic design studio based in Amman.
This year’s student exhibition and mentorship program is supported by takween, a pilot program launched this year as a collaboration between platform and the Goethe-Institute Amman.
Back for its second edition, Amman Design Week’s Student Exhibition is a connecting point for students from all educational institutions in Jordan.
Noura Al Sayeh-Holtrop was appointed as the curator of the Hangar Exhibition for the third edition of Amman Design Week, which will take place between the 4th and 12th of October 2019. We interviewed her recently to better understand the challenges of curating Amman Design Week, and the expectations and hopes she has for the participating designers.
Amman Design Week, in collaboration with the Goethe Institut, recently concluded its first workshop in the Textile Innovation Lab series, under the title ‘Material Innovation’.
In a continued partnership with the Microfund for Women, Amman Design Week selected twelve beneficiaries with varying artisanal skills to be part of a workshop on creative skill building, run by Amani Qaddoumi.