Dublin Design Festival
31 Oct—10 Nov

This year, Dublin Design Festival is a 12 day festival of design, taking place right across the city. Operating as a collaborative and participative umbrella network, the festival brings together principal industry organisations along with key national and International participants. A dynamic programme of events, featuring The Future, with the future at its heart, includes exhibitions, conferences, live events and more, all celebrating and examining the many facets of design and its importance to business, culture and society.

We invite you to feed in, to contribute, to participate. We plan to build on this year’s activities, to broaden audiences and to establish a model that can be rolled out nationally with regional hubs.

We look forward to starting this conversation with you over the course of the festival.

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Sunday 6th November

25 Pop Up

Blick Shared Studos

The 25 Pop–Up Store returns for Belfast Design Week at Blick Studios, Malone Road on Sunday, November 6th, retaining its celebrated store layout.

Returning for its fourth time 25 will proudly showcase and sell specially selected local and international design products.

25 aims to make design accessible to all, championing affordable, high quality design; you can enter a 25 Pop–Up secure in the knowledge that no single item will be priced above £25. 25 have also omitted the traditional stall set up, allowing you to shop in comfort, engaging with product in a store setting with no obligation to buy.

This year designers will include:

Dollybirds Art, Lines & Current, F A W E Collection, printsbyjulz, Mosley London, The Bearded Candle Makers, The First 47, Hunter Paper Co., Starling Bridge, Rachelmck, DaVinci Toys, Kelsey Tyson Designs, CRUX Belfast, Sara Fox, Emma Knight Design, Martina Scott, Paper Amy, Karishma Kusurkar, Bill & Coo Paper Co. Co.Lab, The Print Handbook, Nua Jewellery, Blackbird Artwork, A Rose Cast, UsFolk with more to be announced!

We will also have a pop up stand by local food startup Little Pink Kitchen.

Sunday 6th November