Design weeks are periods of time (usually a week, but sometimes even a month) in a certain location , in which there’s a celebration for design.

During the design weeks, there are usually many design related events happening, such as exhibitions, seminars and meetings, therefore for us, design lovers, it is the perfect time to visit that destination, as we can always find amazing places to visit, parties to attend and get to know amazing and inspiring people, who are as passionate for design as we are.

We can see design weeks as a festivity for design, with design lovers getting together to celebrate design and share views, creations and opinions, during the many design events that occur during that time.

Nowadays, there are hundreds of design weeks all over the world, from the most famous to the most underground, some more related with a specific design subject, others celebrating design as a whole, but all of them have one thing in common: the passion for design – and that is enough to make it worth the visit, isn’t it?

Considering how many design weeks there is, it was impossible for us to include every single one in this calendar – but have a look below to find our favourites!

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: January


  • Rd+ (Rome, Italy) – website
  • Toronto Design Offsite Festival (Toronto, Canada) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: February


  • Bahrain International Design Week (Bahrain) – website
  • Arctic Design Week (Rovaniemi, Finland) – website
  • Design Indaba Festival (Cape Town, South Africa) – website
  • India Design Forum (Mumbai, India) – website
  • Stockholm Design Week (Stockholm, Sweden) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: March


  • Bogotá Design Week (Bogotá, Colombia) – website
  • Boston Design Week (Boston, MA, USA) – website
  • Knoxville Design Week (Knoxville, TN, USA) – website
  • London Design Week (London, UK) – website
  • Design Shanghai (Shanghai, China) – website
  • Singapore Design Week (Singapore) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: April


  • Athens Xclusive Designers Week (Athens, Greece) – website
  • Design Week Fort Wayne (Fort Wayne, IN, USA) – website
  • Kansas City Design Week (Kansas City, MO, USA) – website
  • Milan Design Week (Milan, Italy)
  • Minsk Design Week (Minsk, Belarus) – website
  • Philippines Design Week (Philippines) – website
  • Portland Design Week (Portland, OR, USA) – website
  • Vermont Design Week (Burlington, VT, USA)
  • West Michigan Design Week (West Michigan, MI, USA) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: May


  • Beirut Design Week (Beirut, Lebanon) – website
  • Berlin Design Week (Berlin, Germany)
  • Clerkenwell Design Week (London, UK) – website
  • Lithuania Design Week (Vilnius, Lithuania) – website
  • Malta Design Week (Malta) – facebook
  • Melbourne Design Week (Melbourne, Australia)
  • NYCxDesign (New York City, NY, USA) – website
  • Prague Design Week (Prague, Czech Republic) – website
  • Saint Petersburg Design Week (St. Petersburg, Russia) – facebook
  • Zagreb Design Week (Zagreb, Croatia) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: June


  • Barcelona Design Week (Barcelona, Spain) – website
  • Florence Design Week (Florence, Italy) – website
  • Los Angeles Design Festival (Los Angeles, CA, USA) – website
  • Louisville Design Week (Louisville, KY, USA) – website
  • Romanian Design Week (Romania) – website
  • San Francisco Design Week (San Francisco, CA, USA) – website
  • Warsaw Design Week (Warsaw, Poland) – facebook

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: July


  • Denver Design Week (Denver, CO, USA) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: August


  • Open Design Cape Town (Capte Town, South Africa) – website
  • São Paulo Design Week (São Paulo, Brazil) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: September


  • Design Week Rhode Island (RI, USA) – website 
  • Helsinki Design Week (Helsinki, Finland) – website
  • Honolulu Design Awards (Honolulu, HI, USA) – website
  • Houston Design Week (Houston, TX, USA) – website
  • IAI Jakarta (Jakarta, Indonesia) – website
  • Oslo Design Week (Oslo, Norway)
  • Paris Design Week (Paris, France) – website
  • Sydney Design Week (Sydney, Australia) – website
  • St. Louis Design Week (St. Louis, MO, USA) – website
  • Taiwan Designers Week (Taiwan) – website
  • Tirana Design Week (Tirana, Albania) – website
  • Toledo Design Week (Toledo, OH, USA) – website
  • Vancouver Design Week (Vancouver, Canada) – website
  • Wichita Design Week (Wichita, KS, USA) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: October


  • AIGA Design Conference Baltimore (Baltimore, MD, USA) – website
  • Bangkok Design Week (Bangkok, Thailand) – website
  • Beijing Design Week (Beijing, China) – website
  • Belgrade Design Week (Belgrade, Serbia) – website
  • BHAM Feast (Birmingham, UK) – website
  • Budapest Design Week (Budapest, Hungary) – website
  • Cincinnati Design Week (Cincinnati, OH, USA) – website
  • DC Design Week (Washington, DC, USA) – website
  • Design Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA, USA) – website
  • Dubai Design Week (Dubai, UAE) – website
  • Dutch Design Week (Eindhoven, Netherlands) – website
  • Ioha Design Month (IA, USA) – website
  • LDW (Lisbon, Portugal) – website
  • Mexico Design Week (Mexico) – website
  • Moscow Design Week (Moscow, Russia) – website
  • Philippines Design Week (Philippines) – website
  • Phoenix Design Week (Phoenix, AZ, USA) – website
  • Salt Lake Design Week (Salt Lake, UT, USA) – website
  • Saudi Design Week (Riyadh, Saudi Arabia) – website
  • Sheffield Design Week (Sheffield, UK) – website
  • Tampa Bay Design Week (Tampa Bay, FL, USA) – website
  • Tokyo Design Week (Tokyo, Japan) – website
  • Venice Design Week (Venice, Italy) – website
  • Vienna Design Week (Vienna, Austria) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: November


  • Belfast Design Week (Belfast, UK) – website
  • Cairo Design Week (Cairo, Egypt) – website
  • Czech Design Week (Prague, Czech Republic) – website
  • Galway Design Week (Galway, Ireland) – facebook
  • Istanbul Design Week (Istanbul, Turkey) – website
  • Lima Design Week (Lima, Peru) – website
  • Nairobi Design Week (Nairobi, Kenya) – website
  • Rio de Janeiro Design Week (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – website

The Worldwide Design Weeks Calendar: December


  • Addis Ababa Design Week (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) – website
  • Chiang Mai Design Week (Chiang Mai, Thailand) – website
  • Business of Design Week (Hong Kong) – website
  • Seoul Design Week (Seoul, South Korea)

Which ones of those design weeks have you visited? Which are your favourites? Let us know!

If you are a fan of the hit series Game of Thrones you’ll definitely want to know where they actually have filmed the series. Maybe they have filmed near your hometown and you haven’t noticed. Now, that season 6 of GoT has just started we at Nomadous decided to travel back to season 1 and let you know about some of the iconic filming locations. We’ll follow the path of each season, reaching the mysterious season 6. In this season there are different sets yet to be unveiled and there’s lot of speculation surrounding it. To be honest it is a mystery for you as it is for us, though we have researched and we think the locations we’ll present are somehow related. See for yourself and maybe you’ll noticed some of these filming locations in tonight’s episode or in the next ones.

Ireland was and still is one of the main Game of Thrones filming locations. Winterfell and Kings Road were scenes were filmed there. Shillanavogy Valley, beneath Slemish Mountain in County Antrim, recreated the Dothraki grasslands, when the Khalasar departs Pentos and rides to Vaes Dothrak. Glenariff, a plunging valley surrounded by stunning waterfalls and walking trails served as the practice ground at Runestone in the Vale of Arryn, where Littlefinger and Sansa Stark watched Robin Arryn’s attempt at duelling. Another prime filming location can be found in the Mourne Mountains in County Down. Leitrim Lodge at the foothills of the Mournes became the lands north of Winterfell where Bran first meets Jojen and Meera in the woods.


Malta was another country chosen in season 1 to film the series, although they never returned there. Instead they moved to Dubrovnik, Croatia to film the King’s Landings scenes, enabling the producers to film by the sea. The House of The Undying scenes were filmed there, in the Minceta Tower.


The Slaves Bay scenes in City such as Astapor, Meeren and Yunkai are shoot in beautiful and enchanting Morocco. The Ounila River and the red citadel of Ait-Ben-Haddou impressed Game of Thrones producers.


From sunny and hot Morocco we travel north towards the The Wall. Iceland represents the northern-most tip of Westeros. For the icy scenes, programme makers favoured the Hverfjall volcano in the Lake Myvatin region of Northern Iceland. It is also recognisable as the Beyond the Wall area.


In season 5 we can see another country as background – Spain, filming is mostly concentrated around Seville to represent Dorne and its capital Sunspear, though there is also some filming in Córdoba to represent the Long Bridge of Volantis.


Finally we reached season 6 and we could only see two episodes, tonight’s the third one’s debut. No filming location appears to be new in these episodes. Although as mentioned previoulsy there’s a lot of speculation about the accurate places of filming in this season. The studios in Belfast are definitely a reality as are the other places already used to film in previous seasons. The Spanish cities where filming is pointed out to have happened during season 6 are Girona and Peñiscola.


Cast members, including Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who portrays Jaime Lannister, and crew filmed scenes at Girona Cathedral, which was built between the 11th and 18th centuries in a number of styles.

It is believed the cathedral and other sites in Girona were used as backdrops for the fictional cities of Oldtown and Braavos, and possibly King’s Landing.

See the next episodes and try to spot the locactions!

ICFF 2016 is one of the most antecipated design events of the year. This trade show, known for its focus on interiors and luxury goods, is perfect to spot new trends and get to see some of the top brands in the world when it comes to luxury furniture and home accessories.

ICFF 2016 has hundreds of exhibitors, so it is important that you plan your visit carefully to be sure to have a look at all the stands you really want to you, otherwise you might missing as the fair happens only for four days. Of course, be sure to also save some time to just look around – to me personally, that’s the time when I usually find the pieces that surprise me the most!

To make your work of slelecting the stands you want to visit in ICFF 2016 easier, we selected 25 pieces we’re looking forward to see during this year’s ICFF, you can have a look at those below!

#1 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Mayor Sofa


Brand: &Tradition

Booth: 1708 (L1)

Description: Mayor Sofa designed by Arne Jacobsen and Flemming Lassen

#2 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: N2 loveseat


Brand: Aaron Scott Design

Booth: 2339 (L1)

Description: Sculpted from solid cherry, and finished using a chemical bleaching process, the N2 loveseat is part of a series that uses rotational symmetry to explore unusual, complex geometries.

#3 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Time Maze


Brand: Alessi

Booth: 3714 (L3)

Description: Wall clock in steel colored with epoxy resin, red Design Daniel Libeskind.

#4 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Ziggi Light


Brand: Ameico

Booth: 2504 (L1)

Description: The ingenuity of Studio Cheha’s graphism is the success of this first introductory collection by an young upstart Israeli firm. Using LED points of light, its flat panel 2-D table lamp is an incredible tromp oeil.

#5 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Crux Table


Brand: Amorph

Booth: 3948 (L3)

Description: Crux Coffee Table is a stylish futuristic sculptural art table with a dynamic form designed and manufactured by Amorph. Crux consists of two pieces that join together to create elegant shape. Crux could be fitted in modern homes or offices featuring as a contemporary style art piece. Crux is made out of solid Ash Wood with matte lacquer finish. by the nature, the ash wood grain’s look would be slightly different from the other.

#6 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Original 1227™ Giant Floor Lamp


Brand: Anglepoise

Booth: 1644 (L1)

Description: The Original 1227™ Giant floor lamp is a beautifully crafted and highly functional light, with all the benefits afforded by the unique spring mechanism realized on a grander scale, but equally it’s a highly impressive, illuminated sculpture. Now with white inner shade to maximize light output, metal chrome shade cap, and etched logo plaque, plus a brand-new palette of 15 stunning colors (with custom color options), the first and ever-popular Anglepoise® Giant is even more appealing. And just consider the impactful combination of the entire Original 1227™ Giant Collection, comprising the floor lamp, coordinating pendant and new articulated wall-mounted light.

#7 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Anamorphic Console


Brand: Asher Israelow

Booth: 2226 (L1)

Description: First found in the 15th Century, anamorphic projection was used to pass secret messages or obscure visions within paintings. Now solid walnut and brass inlay compose hidden geometries. The first piece in a new vision of handcrafted furniture.

#8 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Louis Dining Chair


Brand: Astele

Booth: 1065 (L1)

Description: With brown velvet and a contrasting golden cord, a classic design radiates from this chair’s modern lines. The Louis dining chair rests on solid walnut legs with Ottiu’s signature brass accents.

#9 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Mountain View Lamp


Brand: Axo Light

Booth: 1226 (L1)

Description: Mountain View is made of transparent blown glass hand-crafted by master craftsmen and it is available in a transparent glass model with a chrome-plated or golden structure and two more versions: with the mountain in amber colour and a golden frame for a warm light effect or in a grey version with a chrome-plated frame for a colder light. Built-in LED light source.

#10 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Lievre Chair


Brand: Christopher Guy

Booth: 3609 (L3)

Description: A natural wood figure transformed into a surprisingly comfortable modernist accent chair, beautifully hand carved with subtle brass arms.

#11 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Watson Credenza


Brand: Elijah Leed

Booth: 1873 (L1)

Description: Two drawer / two cabinet configuration. Oiled natural walnut, with oxidized spalted maple and our darkened brass pulls.

#12 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Ercol Flow Chair


Brand: Ercol Furniture

Booth: 1648 (L1)

Description: A striking contemporary design by Tomoko Azumi for ercol. A stacking chair for domestic and contract use made in steamed hand bent beech. Available in colours and with a walnut seat.

#13 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Dressage Collection


Brand: Graff

Booth: 2052 (L1)

Description: Made from DuPont Corian®, the compact, freestanding vanity features canaletto walnut solid wood and is positioned on a minimalist, shaped base that conceals all plumbing. The Dressage Free-standing Vanity stands out with its contemporary design, harmonious lines and traditional detailing. The vanity is a fully customizable slim unit that includes a complementing adjustable mirror, shelf and towel hook. The vanity is part of a full collection that includes, a tub, other furniture and accessories.

#14 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Why Knot Bench


Brand: Kino Guerin

Booth: 2253 (L1)

Description: this bench is made with laminated bent plywood, Walnut veneers.

#15 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Moletta Bench


Brand: Luce di Carrara

Booth: 3820 (L3)

Description: Moletta bench is an outsized play on a masterpiece of anonymous design dug up from depths of our memories. It revisits an iconic but simple design that is still strong today, reinterpreted with natural materials of enduring beauty such as marble and wood, that exalt its forceful expression with nuances and grains that di˜er in every piece. šis uniqueness coupled with skilful working of two solid materials brought together in this new composition o˜ers seating for public/private spaces indoors and out.

#16 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Silo Console


Brand: Luma Design Workshop

Booth: 1075 (L1)

Description: Console with wood finish stone oak and nickel plated metal.

#17 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Air Sofa


Brand: Luteca

Booth: 1826 (L1)

Description: The Air Sofa is not only a stunning design, but carefully engineered and designed to withstand weight on every part. It’s sleek form allows users to lounge on the seat and perch on the arms, making it highly versatile in an open interior space. The real beauty comes from the blind tufted hand upholstery and brass detail under the arms, as well as the delicate solid brass legs, making it entirely unique.

#18 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: KD04


Brand: Matrix

Booth: 1873 (L1)

Description: Chair in curved steel and drawn steel wire legs; available in a various colours. Available with removable cushion in wool felt. The chair KD04, designed by Donald Knorr and produced by Matrix International, won the first prize ex aequo in the competition held by MoMA in 1948, for the design of low-cost furniture. Thanks to its harmony of form and style purity, this chair has continued to exert its influence on modern and contemporary design.

#19 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Sueli Sofa


Brand: Michelangelo Designs

Booth: 3832 (L3)

Description: The Sueli sofa is sure to make any living room into a modern and futuristic abode while still being a comfy and cozy place for the family.

#20 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Lap Chair


Brand: Mobliberica

Booth: 1007 (L1)

Description: High quality chair designed for Dressy Collection. Two sort of legs (solid ash wood or epoxy metal) and two kinds of seat options (Lacquered or upholstered shell) coupled with the myriad of possible finishes offers multiple options to create that unique piece that fits perfectly in every contract and home ambience. Choose from our upholstery catalog, included Kvadrat designs, and match that choice with the huge options of color and finishes we have for the frame. Moreover, all our production processes are environmentally friendly as evidenced by the ISO 14001 certification obtained.

#21 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Flamenca Wall


Brand: QisDesign

Booth: 0923 (L1)

Description: The Flamenca ambient table and wall lamp draws inspiration from the dramatic grace and flowing movement of a Flamenco dancer’s ruffled skirt. A sense of playfulness is at the heart of this lamp’s inner identity. Users can easily adjust illumination by simply pressing and holding on the mounting plate. Flamenca is the perfect addition to any living space including dining rooms, bedrooms and family rooms.

#22 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Ndebele Chair


Brand: Ronel Jordaan

Booth: 0801 (L1)

Description: Hand felted merino wool, foam and metal frame.

#23 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Circuit


Brand: TJ O Keefe

Booth: 1856 (L1)

Description: Made of a series of loops that intesect in strategic places to form its structure, CIRCUIT is a lounge chair that challenges perception and form. Its multiple planes of lines visually overlap to create new and interesting graphic compositions from every angle.

#24 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Hudson Sidetable


Brand: Tronk Design

Booth: 0958 (L1)

Description: This eye-catching piece combines an industrial structure with sophisticated modern accents. The intersecting metal legs almost seem to play tricks on the eyes and change shape as you circle around the table. It is finished with a slim and elegantly carved wooden tabletop that gently tapers, creating a very thin edge reminiscent of traditional Danish furniture. To top it all of, the tabletop has a stunning intersecting diagonal accent inlay that goes completely through the tabletop. The color options for the powder-coated base are red, green, orange, yellow, white or black. The tabletop comes in either Walnut with Maple inlayed or Maple with a Walnut inlay.

#25 – Pieces we’re looking forward to see at ICFF 2016: Atibaia Chair


Brand: Paulo Alves

Booth: 3533 (L3)

Description: The chair structure is built with thin slats. “Branches” that “articulate”. Subdividing into a number of angles to form a light assembly. One spacial structure to support, very close to the limit the efforts that a chair needs. The seat can be made with natural straw, leather or woven fabric. The comfort that a chair must have was exhaustively thought and we went to the refinement of having arm rests that are thinner underneath so that they fit between the fingers and the hands. There is also a cavity over the arms extremities to conform the thumb.

You can visit ICFF 2016 at Javits Center in NYC (USA) from May 14th to 17th.

Design Week Lithuania 2016 is occurring during this week, from 2 to 8 of May 2016!

The biggest design festival in Lithuania takes place in six cities of Lithuania: Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipėda, Šiauliai, Telšiai and for the very first time in Anykščiai.

Design Week Lithuania is an annual event dedicated to show the public the top design solutions that emmerged in Lithuania and nearby regions during last year, original ideas and professional performances. This event is committed with the values of good design.

Everyone who is considering to visit this event can participate in the festival from various ways – special events, workshops, lectures and exhibitions.

Who goes to this festival can expect to find: designers at multiple areas like product, graphic, fashion, textile, furniture and interior; educational institutions and photographers.

At Design Week Lithuania 2016 you can find artists /Brands Like:

Design Week Lithuania at VILNIUS





Designovation.Lt: NUC


Design Week Lithuania at KAUNAS

Designovation.Lt: LI`AUSIAI


Designovation.Lt: UAB PREGSIS


Designovation.Lt: JD CERAMICS


Design Week Lithuania at KLAIPĖDA

EVENTS IN HOME IDEAS CENTRE (NIC). Opening Of Design Week in Klaipėda





Design Week Lithuania at ŠIAULIAI

Designovation.Lt: DALIUS PUZINAS






Design Week Liyhuania at TELŠIAI

Workshop: “BIOPLASTIC”


Creative Workshop: “MATERIAL SYMBIOSIS”




Design Week Lithuania at ANYKŠČIAI





Open Door Week in Art Incubator of Anykščiai: ARTS STUDIO


In 2016, this festival have a singular theme: “Connections”. With this theme the organization wants to focus the huge impact that design can have on improving the wellbeing of their country.

For the organization of this event is very important to encourage artists to look for unusual ways of making and presenting their works to the visitors, journalists or any person who loves design.

Design Week Lithuania is a well-known and recognized event in design community of Lithuania. This event is organized by an expert organization named “Lithuanian design forum”.

This time, Design Week Lithuania has invited visitors to more than 110 unique events for both design lovers and professionals.

Native stores exhibit more than 40 design works of young designers. Also this festival contains at least 9 high schools which present their works and events made by students.

The festival have a contest to elect the better national design present in this event. The winner of this competition, named “Good Design”, could see his work exhibited in a special exhibition.

Furthermore, in Design Week Lithuania 2016, are present one German Design Magazine – “Form” and the Studio of Youngs Designers Association (Hungary) – “FISE”.

For more information, please check on its catalogue :

Hope you enjoy the Design Week Lithuania this year, it seems very good and complete!

For the first time with six cities included, this festival is growing up year by year! Visit this event and let yourself be inspired!

From the 10th to the 13th of May 2016, Maison & Objet Americas brings a global class of creatives (interior designers, architects, retailers) to Miami. This is the second edition of Maison & Objet Americas. This edition takes over two halls at the Miami beach convention center, with an outreach of exhibitions and activities planned across the city throughout the week. M&O Americas is quickly becoming the newly-confirmed meeting point for professionals especially focused on north and south american markets, which corresponds to 954 million inhabitants.

Last year’s edition garnered 300 brands and received more than 10,000 visitors from 82 countries — the upcoming 2016 trade show will double in size, situating Miami as one of the Americas’ design capitals.

Despite being held in Miami, Maison & Objet Americas 2016 will have not only north and south american exhibitors but from all over the world. We shortlisted below some of the big names:





Elledue Arredamenti




Fendi Casa






Roberto Cavalli Home


Sigma L2


Why you should attend the event?

– Awareness

Learn about the latest trends from key industry players in design and architecture.

– Professionals

At the M&O Americas Lifestyle summit meet two creatives that have radically marked the 20th and 21st century: Alan Faena and Humberto Campana.

– Inspiration

A selection of new brands: SICIS, Phillips Collection, Blackbody, and Tane as well as emblematic brands like Fendi Casa, Roberta Schilling, Gandia Blasco and more.

– Discovery

Discover acclaimed avant-garde architect Rafael de Cardenas and the six Rising Talents that come from both East and West Coast as well as Latin America.

– Networking

With events happening all over the city meet friends and colleagues at openings and cocktails in galleries and showrooms.

Maison & Objet Americas Rising Talents:

Guilherme Wentz – Brazil


Samuel Amoia – New York


Ad Hoc – Mexico


Javier Gomez – Panama


Great things to People (gt2P) – Chile


Ben Medansky – Los Angeles


From 2 to 8 of May, Croatia organizes its biggest celebration of design, occuring in the capital: Zagreb Design Week.

Known as Tjedan Dizajna Zagreb (#tdzg), in Croatia, the Zagreb Design Week is Croatia’s largest design event which celebrates the best design.

This is the major event about design happening in Croatia. The first Zagreb Design Week was in 2014 with focus in Business negotiations in a plan for B2B, but also for the public in general or design lovers in a B2C platform.

Presenting the best of Croatian design and holding numerous top designers from all over the world, at the last year, there were more than 10.000 visitors, and this year they expect more than 20.000!


This third year of Zagreb Design Week takes place mostly in Lauba, however you can find a wide range of events in various spots in the center of Zagreb – in sum, there is a total of around 4.000 m2 of pure design accress the city.

Zagreb Design Week have the goal to promote Zagreb as a regional center of the creative industry and provide to tourists a diverse offer of places to visit and interesting things to do in this country.

At Zagreb Design Week, we can expect industrial design, furniture design, fashion design, food design, communication and graphic design. The event where you can find exhibitions, workshops, lectures and planes with until 6 events per day.

On Zagreb Design Week you can find Artists / Brands like:



Symbol DSGN


Sweet Kids Team








Maroon Creations


Male Stvari


Kruno Jendrijev


Jupi by Upi


Enable Table


Atelier MP




Grafički Fakultet




Ada Kezić


Like I said before, Zagreb Design Week is the most important event of design happening in Croatia, despite being a young event, it had a lot of success until now. The reason for this is because this event gathers a wonderful variety of design and artists not only from Croatia, but also from many other nationalities.

The characteristics of this event are done in such a way that its visitors get more inspiration year after year, with incredible results and innovation to inspire every design lovers, or even every person who look forward to something unique, something different to put into their homes.


Croatia, officialy known as Republik of Croatia is an European country whose territory has a peculiar form, similar with a horseshoe. 

If you love design and inovation, if you are one of these people who is passionate about art… You must go to Zagreb Design Week! It is a perfect chance to get to know Croatia, and if you already know this beautiful Country, it is a big opportunity to get to know it better and find out even more beautiful details about it. You can also meet Croatian artists and discover what they have to teach you about design and all the ways they use to achieve their amazing creations.

If you visit this event or this country, please share with us your experience!

What you liked most? It lived up to your expectations? I hope it did, personally I love Croatia and its fantastic people, and I will surely come back, probably to Zagreb Design Week, to join two amazing things that I love: Croatia and Design!

I am waiting for you in Croatia!

Today starts the NYCxDesign 2016, which will happen between May 3rd (today) and May 17th. During this time, you’ll be able to find many design events across all the five boroughs of NYC. There are events among a wide variety of subjects inside the design field, so it is certain to please all design lovers, independently of their personal preferences.

Described as “Hosted in New York City, NYCxDESIGN brings together all the disciplines of design, commerce, culture, education, and entertainment with a full, varied program, including exhibitions, installations, trade shows, talks, launches and open studios. 2015, the third year of the celebration, featured over 500 events at 228 venues across the 5 Boroughs of New York City and included topics from graphic design to architecture, technology and urban design to fashion and product design, interiors to landscape, furniture to design thinking, and more.”

Welcoming local and international visitors, NYCxDESIGN is one of the most famous design weeks in the world, and certainly one that is worth a visit. The admission for events is generally free, but be sure to plan ahead your visit as some exhibitions and events might require you to schedule before hand or to but a ticket.

NYCxDESIGN 2016 Calendar


Beauty – Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
02/12/2016 – 08/21/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
in New York, New York

Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly History at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
03/18/2016 – 08/07/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
at The Jewish Museum
in New York, New York

Pratt Institute Fine Arts B.F.A. Exhibition: Painting and Drawing at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
03/22/2016 – 05/17/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
at Pratt Institute
in Brooklyn, NY

Studio Job MAD HOUSE at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
03/22/2016 – 08/21/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Museum of Arts and Design
in New York, New York

Bronx Focus: Paintings by Valeri Larko at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/06/2016 – 06/26/2016
11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Event Location
at Bronx Museum of the Arts
in New York, New York

Martine Fougeron: The South Bronx Trades at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/06/2016 – 06/26/2016
11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Event Location
at The Bronx Museum of the Arts
in New York, New York

Discover King Tut’s lost tomb in NYC!! at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/15/2016 – 08/31/2016
1:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Event Location
at Tut’s Hub
in Astoria, New York

Be My Guest: The Art of Interiors at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/18/2016 – 05/10/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
at Upper East Side
in New York, New York


Artek and the Aaltos at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/22/2016 – 09/25/2016
11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Event Location
at Bard Graduate Center Gallery
in New York, New York

Seymour Chwast on War at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/26/2016 – 06/04/2016
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Event Location
at Society of Illustrators
in New York, New York

Energizing the Everyday at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/28/2016 – 03/12/2017
All Day

Event Location
at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
in New York, New York

Stage Design by Ming Cho Lee at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/28/2016 – 09/11/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Museum of Chinese in America
in New York,

PRIVATE SHOPPING – Experience in Fort Greene at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/28/2016 – 05/31/2016
11:00 am

Event Location
at 193 Washington Park
in NY, New York

But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa

Date & Time
04/29/2016 – 10/05/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
in New York, New York

The 14th Factory Exhibition at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/29/2016 – 06/09/2016
10:00 am

Event Location
at 23 Wall Street
in New York, New York

Pratt Institute Digital Arts: M.F.A. and B.F.A. Digital Imaging and Interactive Arts Exhibition at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
04/30/2016 – 05/08/2016
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Event Location
at One Art Space
in New York, New York


Pratt Institute Art and Design Education: Exhibiting Education at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/02/2016 – 05/09/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
at Pratt Institute
in Brooklyn, New York

Pratt Institute Fine Arts B.F.A. Exhibition: Sculpture Section II at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/02/2016 – 05/12/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
at Pratt Institute
in Brooklyn, NY

“Sew What?” at the Children’s Museum of the Arts at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/17/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Children’s Museum of the Arts
in New York, 10014

Art New York and CONTEXT 2016 at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/08/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Pier 94
in New York, New York

Art New York and CONTEXT New York Open New York Art Week 2016 at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/08/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Pier 94
in New York, New York

Atmosphere for Enjoyment: Harry Bertoia’s Environment for Sound at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 09/25/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Museum of Arts and Design
in New York, New York

Bent, Cast & Forged: The Jewelry of Harry Bertoia at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 09/25/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
at Museum of Arts and Design
in New York, New York

Bent, Cast & Forged: The Jewelry of Harry Bertoia at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 09/25/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Museum of Arts and Design
in New York, New York


Design Thinking Crash Course at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
12:00 am

Event Location
at Grind
in New York, New York

Have Fun STORY! at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
All Day

Event Location
in New York, New York

Pratt Institute Undergraduate Communications Design at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/05/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
at Pratt Institute
in Brooklyn, New York

Stage Design by Ming Cho Lee at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
All Day

Event Location
at Museum of Chinese in America
in New York, New York

The 23RD New York African Film Festival at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
12:00 am

Event Location
at Film Society of Lincoln Center—The Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center
in New York, New York

Thom Browne Selects at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
All Day

Event Location
at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
in New York, New York


X Marks the Spot: The Power of Collaborative Design at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/17/2016
12:00 am

Event Location
in Brooklyn, New York

Spring Market Pop-Up at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time 
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Event Location
at The Alpha Workshops
in New York, New York

Atmosphere for Enjoyment: Harry Bertoia’s Environment for Sound

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 09/25/2016
10:00 am – 6:00 am

Event Location
at Museum of Arts and Design
in New York, New York


Design into Art: Highlights from the Collection at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Event Location
at The Noguchi Museum
in Long Island City,

Isamu Noguchi: Functional Ceramics at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Event Location
at The Noguchi Museum
in Long Island City,

Kate Spade New York Home Pop-Up Store at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Event Location
at kate spade new york Home Pop-Up
in New York, New York

URBAN RAINBOW – Fabulous Fiber Art at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/22/2016
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Event Location
at Manhattan Borough President’s Gallery
in New York, New York

A Japanese Constellation: Toyo Ito, SANAA, and Beyond

Date & Time
10:30 am – 5:30 pm

Event Location
at The Museum of Modern Art
in New York, NY


MoMA Art Lab: Process at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
10:30 am – 4:30 pm

Event Location
at The Museum of Modern Art
in New York, NY

title of work – open studio and pop up at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/06/2016
11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Event Location
at title of work studio
in new york, New York

CopulateNYC BKStyleCon 2 at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Event Location
at Nyukco
in Brooklyn, New York

FGI presents AMERICAN MAKERS’ MOVEMENT: The New Force at Retail at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Event Location
in New York, New York


Title of Work Open Studio, Pop-Up X Cocktails at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Event Location
at 37 W 26th St, Penthouse
in New York, New York

Mokuchi Open Studio – Explore Woodworking in the Japanese Tradition

Date & Time
6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Event Location
at Mokuchi Studio
in Brooklyn, New York

DISCOVER DESIGN: Richard Danne + Michael Bierut discuss recently re-released NASA Graphics Standards Manual

Date & Time
7:00 pm – 8:15 pm

Event Location
at Strand Book Store’s Rare Book Room
in New York, New York

Global Design at NYCxDESIGN 2016

Date & Time
05/03/2016 – 05/17/2016
All Day

Event Location
at Industry City
in Brooklyn, New York

Besides the events, which by itself are a pretty good reason to visit NYCxDESIGN, in there you can also the NYCxDESIGN Awards, a competition that outstands the best that has been done in the design field.

“Interior Design magazine and ICFF present the first annual NYCxDESIGN Awards, a global design competition celebrating outstanding achievement across major areas of design—from architecture to interiors, from products to collectibles, from craft to technology. This open and inclusive awards program will serve as a connector pulling together and rewarding excellence in design achievement from the over 500 events that comprise New York City’s showcase of global design.

Product and project submissions are open to all fairs, exhibitors, and design firms until April 13th. Product entrants will be judged by a panel of design luminaries and projects by Cindy Allen, Interior Design’s Editor in Chief, and Interior Design editors. Honorees will be announced at the NYCxDESIGN opening night event at Industry City on May 7. Winners will be announced on May 14 prior to ICFF’s Opening Night Party at the MoMA.”

Are you visiting NYCxDESIGN this year? If you are, which events do you plan to attend?

Have Mother, Will Travel is a book written by Claire and Mia, which tells us the journey of this mother and daughter, travelling around the world to find out more about the cultures and locals, but most of all to find our more about themselves.

We at Nomadous love to travel, so for mother’s day we feel that Claire and Mia’s story is the perfect one to share with you all: an inspiring story about real people, a mother and daughter who have struggles like any of us, and their journey to finding themselves and deeply get to know each other, and how their trip together helped them in this process.


Have Mother, Will Travel was written by Claire and Mia after Come Back, their best selling book. In Come Back, they shared with us their experiences as a mother helping a teenage daughter who was struggling with drugs and self-destructive behavious, how they lived those moments and how they outcame them, coming back stronger and with stronger bonds then ever – and isn’t this who our mothers are, someone we can always rely on and who we know will be honest and help us through anything, no matter what? I certainly feel that they are.

Ten years after this experience, Claire and Mia had moved on but the opportunity to travel the world to do charity and help others presented itself, and mother and daughter embarked in this adventure. While travelling the world, they discovered so many wonders, but most important of all they rediscovered themseves and came back closer than ever.

Have Mother, Will Travel is an amazing inspiration for Mother’s Day, a book where you can learn about others cultures, laugh, and fall in love with the characters!

A decade after coming through the crucible chronicled in Come Back, Claire and Mia each face a defining moment in their lives, and a stale mother-daughter relationship that has them stuck in old roles. Claire, fifty-one, has shed her identity as Mia’s savior but realizes that, oops, she forgot to plan for life after motherhood; at twenty-five, Mia is eager to step outside her role as recovery’s poster child but finds that adulthood isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

When Claire reads about a month-long global scavenger hunt that raises money for charity (think the Amazing Race, but without cameras, staged stunts or prize money), she and Mia see it as a unique chance to once again transform themselves and their relationship.


What awaits them is an extraordinary, often hilarious, journey through twenty cities and twelve countries–one that includes mishaps, mayhem, and unexpected joys, from a passport-eating elephant to a calamitous camel ride around the Pyramids. It’s in Provence, however, where they spend the summer following their madcap adventure, that they finally making peace with their tumultuous past, and lay the groundwork for a mature friendship to develop between them.

Seeing how much more mature and community-minded twenty-somethings are in Malaysia, Nepal, and France broadens Mia perspective, helping her grow, and grow up. Watching her mother assess half a century of life, often with great pain and regret, has a profound and ultimately positive effect on Mia. She comes to know her mother as Claire has always known Mia–as all mothers know their daughters–better than anyone else, and often better than themselves.

Claire uses the trip to examine her broken relationship with her own mother, a Holocaust survivor from Eastern Europe. With her characteristic candor and brutal honesty, Claire examines the choices, good and bad, made over a lifetime as she creates a vision for her life’s second act and learns to make the shift to being the mother of an adult daughter.

Wiser for what they’ve learned from women in other cultures, and from each other, they return with a deepened sense of who they are and where they want to go—and with each embracing the mature friendship they’ve discovered and the profound love they share.

Alternating between Claire and Mia’s compelling and distinct voices, Have Mother, Will Travel is both a humorous travel tale and a moving testament to the amazing power of the mother-daughter bond, one that will allow women to see new possibilities in their own lives.

Feeling inspired already? Be sure to grab a copy of the book and of course, why not planning a trip with your mother? Who knows how much stronger you might come back from it 🙂

Happy Mother’s Day!

The mother’s day is coming, and you don’t have the present yet? Cartier is the right choice to offer the perfect present to your mom!

This luxury brand provides us with great choices for a perfect gift for someone as special as our mom.

Cartier is one of the most iconic brands in the world, not only in watches but also in jewelry, with each piece produced with the highest-quality materials, this brand is known internationally by their quality of excellence. This is a brand  with a lot of history and with a wide inspiration such as fauna, flora, Paris and India between others!

Every pieces are so beautiful that the task to choose only some of them is pretty hard! But we did the hard work for you and chose 10 pieces among their collection with a special glamous and distinct touch – just like our mother’s deserve, right?

Our selection of 10 luxury pieces by Cartier for mother’s day:


The diamonds from this luxury brand are unique. They represent distinction and delicacy.

mothers-day-2016-gift-Cartier-classic-diamonds-bracelet-nomadous-the-world-through-designPlatinum – Diamonds.


Three types of gold. Three symbolic colors: pink for love, yellow for fidelity and white for friendship.


mothers-day-2016-gift-Cartier-trinity-de-cartier-nomadous-the-world-through-designWhite Gold – Yellow Gold – Pink Gold – Diamonds


The orchid constitutes an appeal to the feminine. The fragility of this flower inspired the brand to make a delicate petals sculpted from the finest precious materials.

Pink Gold – Pink Sapphires – Diamond.


The panther is an iconic mark of this luxury brand, inspired on this the Panthère Ring was born.

White Gold – Emeralds – Onyx – Diamonds.


Chains containing delicate links, used alone or combined, in white or yellow gold.

White Gold.


“Diamants Légers” combines the sophistication and simplicity. Exceptional diamonds are selected by expert jewelers and are join by light gold chains which make this piece a refined and elegant necklace.

Pink Gold – Diamonds


The contrast of materials join the simplicity and elegance of its polished curvatures. The shine of the natural colored stones focuses the light of the diamond.

Yellow Gold – White Mother-of-pearl – Diamonds.


Inspired by Paris and Parisian Women, this earrings were created characterized by seven original universes designed to revel her temperament and her way to live her life.

Pink gold.


With typical roman numbers, but with a rose color, which was since ever the color of sweetness. This watch combines the spirit of a delicate woman and the strength of a mother.

36 mm – Steel – Leather


This unquestionable piece of art is a wonderful and exquisite watch. Unmistakable for anyone who knows a bit about the luxury world.

40 mm – White Gold – Diamonds – Colored Stones – Mother-of-pearl

So it is in out job to offer an amazing day to our mothers, and Cartier can help… everyone will fall in love with the pieces of this outstanding luxury brand!

We know that whatever the present that we choose to suggest for mother’s day, her birthday, or in any other day, it will not symbolize the love that we feel about her, but we also know that she absolutely deserve the very best!

By the way… A big kiss for my mom!

Next week we can attend Prague Design Week, which will happen for the third consecutive year. It will be held between 2-8 May 2016 in Kafka’s house in Prague. The overseers have selected 93 exhibitors who will show their new products and ideas and even reveal the process of creating their design pieces.


“Prague Design Week – designers exhibition continues the tradition in many developed countries of regularly organizing an exhibition of not only contemporary design in their capital cities. Out of the need to present, to those who care for design, creativity, new ideas, skills, technology and hence even the products of Czech and foreign designers, craftsmen and producers, we annually showcase this event in a different concept than the one you may be used to in the Czech Republic. Prague Design Week focuses on telling stories about design and wants to show the final product as a process from the initial idea through sketches and prototypes to the finished product.” – Ondřej Krynek (Founder & Organizer)

Constantly growing, Prague Design Week 2016 gathers 93 exhibitors, in one place, during 7 days. There you can find all kind of designers, including fashion designers, creative, directors, jewelers, among others.

Náměstí Franze Kafky 3, Kafka’s House, Prague 1st (near Old Town Square), is the place where this amazing reunion of creativity will be located.

The creative exhibitors that you have to know in the Prague Design Week are:

Prague-design-week-2016-Adéla-Doušová-Jewellery-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designAdéla Doušová Jewellery (

Adéla Pečlová (

Ana (


Anna Ulahelová (

Annanemone (

aShaadoX (

Atelier MIK (

Atelier Produktový design FUD UJEP (


Bété (

Big Wood Organic (

BOHO Vintage Concept Store (

Cakeland Cupcakes (

Claro. (

Deelive (


DEZÉN – Eva Chmelová (

Echtkovář (

EP studio (

F/K Studio (

Fain Wood (

Fashion.stl (

Filip Dobias a Jakub Petr (

Folkdiva (



Hanus Lamr Jewellery (

Helena Dubnová – baggage (

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Prague-design-week-2016-Interier-design-škola-intermezzo-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designInterier design škola intermezzo (

Prague-design-week-2016-JainKříž-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designJain & Kříž (

Prague-design-week-2016-Jana-Hejdová-pro-hormen-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designJana Hejdová pro HORMEN (

Prague-design-week-2016-Jara-design-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designJara design (

Prague-design-week-2016-Jiří-Chmelař-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designJiří Chmelař (

Prague-design-week-2016-JWLRY-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designJWLRY. (

Prague-design-week-2016-kabinet-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designCabinet (

Prague-design-week-2016-kadanik-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designKadaník RINGS (

Prague-design-week-2016-Kartoons-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designKartoons (

Prague-design-week-2016-Kateřina-Brůhová-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designKateřina Brůhová (

Prague-design-week-2016-Kreativní-zóna-DEPO2015-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designKreativní zóna DEPO2015 (

Prague-design-week-2016-l’boule-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designL’boule (

Prague-design-week-2016-La-femme-MiMi-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLa femme MiMi (

Prague-design-week-2016-La-Modista-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLa Modista (

Prague-design-week-2016-Lampička-DRUPOL-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLampička DRUPOL č. 21616 (

Prague-design-week-2016-LEM-design-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLEM design (

Prague-design-week-2016-Lenka-Mičolová-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLenka Mičolová (

Prague-design-week-2016-LÍBAL-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLÍBAL (

Prague-design-week-2016-Libor-Hurda-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLibor Hurda (

Prague-design-week-2016-Lípa-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLípa (

Prague-design-week-2016-Lollipop-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLollipop (

Prague-design-week-2016-Lukáš-Rejmont-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLukáš Rejmont (

Prague-design-week-2016-luxiom-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designLuxiom (

Prague-design-week-2016-Magdalena-Poplawska-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designMagdalena POPLAWSKA (

Prague-design-week-2016-Martin-Babic-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designMartin Babic (

Prague-design-week-2016-Martin-Foret-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designMartin Foret (

Prague-design-week-2016-Material-Times-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designMaterial Times (

Prague-design-week-2016-Materials-library-matériO-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designMaterials library matériO (

Prague-design-week-2016-mooyyy-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designMOOYYY (

Prague-design-week-2016-NALEJTO-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designNALEJTO ceramic design (

Prague-design-week-2016-NĚMEC-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designNĚMEC s.r.o. (

Prague-design-week-2016-Niñasilla-yana-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designNiñasilla & yana (

Prague-design-week-2016-NOMIO-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designNOMIO (

Prague-design-week-2016-Nubes-Pipes-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designNubes Pipes (

Prague-design-week-2016-PEPE-A-TETE-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designPEPE A TETE (

Prague-design-week-2016-Petra-Štefanková-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designPetra Štefanková (

Prague-design-week-2016-Project-Kaawa-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designProject Kaa-wa (

Prague-design-week-2016-prolicht-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designPROLICHT CZECH (

Prague-design-week-2016-Promise-Clothing-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designPromise Clothing (

Prague-design-week-2016-Punto-Design-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designPUNTO DESIGN (

Prague-design-week-2016-Repello-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designRe pello® (


Prague-design-week-2016-Sexy-Fusion-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designSexy Fusion (

Prague-design-week-2016-shoedaism-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designShoedaism (

Prague-design-week-2016-Simona-Kafková-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designSimona Kafková

Prague-design-week-2016-stehlik-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designStehlík design (

Prague-design-week-2016-Studio-Paletky-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designStudio Paletky (

Prague-design-week-2016-Jasiok-architekti-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designT3.1 Chair by Jasiokarchitekti (

Prague-design-week-2016-Technická-univerzita-Liberci-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designTechnická univerzita v Liberci (

Prague-design-week-2016-Tereza-Ujevićová-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designTereza Ujevićová (

Prague-design-week-2016-Tkalcovna-Strmilov-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designTkalcovna – Strmilov (

Prague-design-week-2016-tyformy-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designTyformy (

Prague-design-week-2016-uashmama-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designUASHMAMA® (

Prague-design-week-2016-urbane-tokyobike-praha-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designurbane – tokyobike praha (

Prague-design-week-2016-Vika-Mayzel-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designVika Mayzel.Jewelry (

Prague-design-week-2016-VOALA-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designVOALA (

Prague-design-week-2016-Vobouch-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designVobouch (

Prague-design-week-2016-VZ-Architekti-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designVZ Architekti (

Prague-design-week-2016-Wrinkle-Design-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designWrinkle Design (

Prague-design-week-2016-Za-bookem-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designZa bookem (

Prague-design-week-2016-ZEW-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designZEW (

Prague-design-week-2016-Zlatka-Lamrová-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designZlatka Lamrová (

Prague-design-week-2016-zuzana-blog-nomadous-the-world-through-designZuzana Veselá (

For the design’s lovers and who want to visit Prague Design Week 2016, there are some things that you should know:

The opening hours of Prague Design Week 2016:
Monday to Friday: 12h – 22h;
Saturday: 10h –22h;
Sunday: 10h –19h

Tickets are on sale at the entrance.

You can find in this place: workshops, speeches, presentation of videos in Design Cinema among other events. Everything is done to offer activities suitable for anyone for who loves design, regardless of the style.

Hope you visit an enjoy it!

Share with us your favourite moment, or designer, or stand on that week! 🙂