Design Week Lagos: ‘Design Revolution’ Is Here!

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L-R Prof George Washington Karani (President Interior Designers Association of Ghana), Delilah Mercer (Interior Designers and Decorators Ghana), Titi Ogufere (President, International Federation of Interior Architects and Design and Founder, DWL), unidentified, Noel Dibo (CNAICI – Conseil National des Architectes d’Intérieurs de Cote d’Ivoire), and Professor Dolapo Amole (HOD Interior Design, Obafemi Awolowo University).

Design Week Lagos (DWL) is the leading design week on the African continent, conceived to present and celebrate the best in contemporary African design across categories while bringing international field leaders and visitors to experience the most exciting work from the region.

Founded by African design advocate Titi Ogufere, DWL was first established in 2019 as a citywide celebration held in Lagos, Nigeria over ten days, promoting creativity, innovation across disciplines, including architecture, industrial design, interior design, furniture design, graphics design, and technology.  

DWL is a growing annual celebration and convening, with core programs including a central exhibition showcasing new work from across the continent, an awards program, and a series of talks and lectures.  In addition to presenting new product design, DWL’s program highlights and explores new pathways in manufacturing methods, illuminating ingenuity and information sharing so that a growing community of contemporary designers can better tap into a rich history of craftsmanship and unique material knowledge across the continent.  

DWL is taking place in various venues across the city of Lagos from October 21st to 31st, 2021. The theme for the 2021 design week is Design Revolution. Given the limitations of the global pandemic, this year’s program will be tight and targeted, with more robust digital components.

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