DIDI Fall 2020 Online Workshops
The Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation is holding a series of online workshops during the Fall 2020 semester hosted by the DIDI faculty on a variety of topics.
These workshops are open to all. All timings listed below are in the UAE timezone (GMT + 4).
Workshop details and confirmations will be sent close to each workshop's date. For any questions, please get in touch with us on
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Islamic Geometric Patterns - Oct 26
Islamic Geometric Patterns by Sayjel Patel
Monday, 26 October
4 PM – 6 PM
Islamic Geometric Patterns (IGP) are a distinctive feature of Islamic art and architecture. Using rule-based design, it is possible to reproduce these patterns in digital form. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the field of Islamic Geometric Patterns as we develop basic computer programs to generate our very own Islamic Geometric Patterns.
Would you like to attend the "Islamic Geometric Patterns" workshop?
Think Like a Thing - Nov 16
Think Like a Thing by Gionata Gatto
Monday, November 16
5 PM - 7 PM
In this workshop, you are asked to think about objects as if they were living entities, capable of acting and thinking autonomously. What would these ‘things’ think and how would they behave? Could they love or dislike something? What materials would they be made out of?
Would you like to attend the "Think Like a Thing" workshop?
Walk Through a Sheet of Paper - Nov 29
Walk Through a Sheet of Paper by Hani Asfour
Sunday, November 29
4 pm – 6 pm
Designers and innovators have a knack for connecting things through lateral thinking. Improve your problem-solving techniques and learn new tricks using creative thinking. Discover new visual mind teasers and riddles, and sharpen your wits. At DIDI we don’t call it ‘out of the box’ thinking—because, when you really think about it, there is no box!
Would you like to attend the "Walk Through a Sheet of Paper" workshop?
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