Design Event: All You Need to Know About São Paulo Design Weekend
São Paulo is about to showcase the best of the design world in no time! From the 29th of August to the 2nd of September, São Paulo Design Weekend is the design event you cannot miss and Modern Dining Tables is here to tell you everything you need to know!
The Brazilian festival was put together by the CEO of the Summit Promo, Lauro Andrade. When he attended Milan Trade Show, Isaloni, he was completely in love and had the idea to organize something similar in Brazil, that would gather influential people from a wide range of areas mHis dream came true in 2012, with the first edition of DW! São Paulo Design Week! Since then, it has gained international recognition and, nowadays, it is one of the most influential design festivals.ainly interior design, that would discuss important economic issues, solving it with design solutions.
His dream came true in 2012, with the first edition of DW! São Paulo Design Week! Since then, it has gained international recognition and, nowadays, it is one of the most influential design festivals.
The major urban design festival in Latin America, totalizing more than 300 simultaneous actions and 6 design districts throughout the city, organized by companies, professionals, educational institutions, and NGOs.
Last year, there were about 300 events that took place in more than 180 points in the city of São Paulo in order to foster business and aim at the growth of the sector.
With several different activities and events all over the city of São Paulo, the Brazilian festival happens in different districts – wisely chosen by their urban style with a lot of action – and hubs, a place that offers a diverse range of events. If you are going to attend the festival, please be sure to check the agenda and plan the days off! However, we can tell you that you’ll be able to see lectures, guided tours and workshops, exhibitions, urban events, seminars, business fairs, and much more.
Remember, the 7th edition will be held in the city of São Paulo, between August 29th and September 2nd.