DOWNTOWN DESIGN, Dubai
9-12 November 2022
Thank you for visiting us at Dubai's Downtown Design 2022 - the commercial heart of Dubai Design Week and Middle East's leading fair for contemporary and high-quality design!
hvíla editions featured collectible design pieces by Berlin based Korean craft artist Setbyol Oh (oh-licht), Sculptor designer Steven Haulenbeek from Chicago and British arborist and artist Robert George.
Image courtesy Downtown Design
hvíla editions has no fixed location. New collections and exclusive collaborative editions are showcased through pop-up exhibitions in different locations.
hvíla editions at Dubai's Downtown Design 2022
(Dubai, November 2022)
ART OF LIVING design show curated by Architectural Digest Middle East
(Abu Dhabi, October 2022)
IVORY Pop-up show at Gallery Weekend Berlin and Berlin Design Week 2022
(Berlin, April/May, 2022)
Sebastian Herkner introduces the official launch of hvíla editions
(Berlin, September 2021)
hvíla editions is honored to have been part of ART OF LIVING, an immersive design show curated by Architectural Digest Middle East. The 10-day event took place in Jubail Island, Abu Dhabi. more
Join us at Downtown Design, 9-12 November 2022, during Dubai Design Week, at d3 Waterfront in Dubai Design District, Booth F01. hvíla editions features collectible design pieces by Berlin based Kor... more
During Berlin Design Week 2022 (BDNWK) we are hosting special events where visitors can MEET THE MAKERS and watch some crafts in action. Check the program below. Hope to see you there!Hosted by de... more
Hosted by design gallery hvíla editions, the exhibition IVORY takes place during Gallery Weekend Berlin and is part of the Berlin Design Week 2022 program. Founder Anita Hansen has invited twelve ... more
Knowing an object’s story — who produced it, how, and with what materials — let us establish an emotional and physical relationship to the object and its culture.
Please stay tuned, as we will add interviews with the makers, photos and short films that document the development and production process.
We want traditional skills and knowledge to be preserved and put into valuable contexts.
With our selection, we hope to surprise people and show how traditions can be re-imagined
to create something new and unexpected.
With hvíla editions, Anita wants traditional skills and knowledge to be put into valuable contexts that encourage future generations to carry their cultural importance forward. The selected objects are meant to surprise people, and show how traditions can be re-imagined to create something new and unexpected in these contemporary times.