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Dubai Design Week 2018

Dubai Design Week 2018

An exhibition part of the Dubai Design Week

The Global Grad Show will take place as part of the Dubai Design Week from November 13th to November 17th 2018 in Dubai. Designers of 61 different nationalites, from 100 schools and universities, will exhibit their projects at the 4th edition of the world biggest graduate works exhibition. This event celebrates social and environmental innovation encouraging the new generations of Designers to use their talent in creating a more equitable and sustainable world.

The Global Grad Show is also a great opportunity for those young Designers to meet a new audience and have feedback about their work. The chance to meet experienced professionals and maybe to develop their careers.

 

“Bayti”, Elise Lécuyer’s end of studies project

Bayti offers a solution for transitional housing for migrants. It promotes the rebuilding of personal identity using a flexible and adaptable system which lets each person appropriate the space according to their culture. The tool for dialog between refugees and NGOs also makes it possible to collect data in order to have a better understanding of ethnic groups and offers a learning method to transform or develop the habitat. The migrants feel more valued and their resilience process is encouraged.

Elise Lécuyer

Elise Lécuyer

After a degree in Design & applied arts at Strasbourg University, Elise joined L’École de design and completed a BDes in Interior Design. She then decided to follow the Mutations of the built environment MDes program at the Sustainable Cities Design Lab. She now works as an Interior Designer at Naço Architecures. Elise is strongly involved in social design and sustainable development and makes the human being at the center of her work.

Bayti - her end of studies project - was exhibited at Design L’Expo 2017, was labelized by L’Observeur du design for the year 2019. Bayti will also be exhibited as part of the event "Design in Public" in Seattle from December 2018 to February 2019.

Watch the interview of Florent Orsoni, Sustainable Cities Design Lab Director about the project