Downtown Design 2018

Matteo Brioni is an Italian company that specializes in natural finishing, using natural clays (raw earth) as the primary material for architecture and interior design.

The company designs, produces, realizes solutions for wall, flooring and furniture furnishings like table, cabinet etc. Every solution is very personalize to meet the perfect balance between beauty, harmony and well-being.

Beautiful, hypoallergenic, versatile. The earth is a material that comes from a careful pre-selection of clay and aggregates treated by the most diverse territories, blended to obtain the chromatic, tactile and functional qualities best suited to each use.

This material has the ability to absorb light and constantly changing shades. Just add water to produce floors, plasters and finishes,giving shape to spaces and bring timeless materiality and beauty.

For Dubai Design Week 2018, Matteo Brioni presents his newest collection of BOISERIE that designed to deliver his bespoke decorations, installed on MDF panels and available in all the dimensions required (from 250 to 300 cm of height and from 80 to 100 cm of width).

D12 Booth Number
Contact Information
Contact Person Matteo Bernocchi
Contact +971 525775866


Matteo Brioni srl
Via Ronchi 77
46023 Gonzaga

Booth location in the fair

The sixth edition of Downtown Design, the Middle East’s only trade fair dedicated to original, high-quality design, is the biggest and most ambitious to date.

With 175 contemporary design brands, including 40 regional designers, the fair presents the largest ever curation of Middle Eastern talent alongside the best of international design. Visitors will also be able to commission limited-edition and bespoke design from the Middle East and beyond at the fair’s new section, Downtown Editions.

25 global design leaders feature on this year’s stellar talks programme. Award-winning designers Marc Ange, Ini Archibong, Matthew McCormick and Martyn Lawrence Bullard will be joined by the region's most important developers and design firms to discuss diversity, sustainability and planning the cities of the future.

Six large-scale installations, including works by Marc Ange, David Harber and Preciosa, a pop-up retail experience, landscaped indoor gardens and bespoke café concepts will activate the fair’s purpose-built venue and its waterfront terrace.

Find out more about Downtown Design 2018 and register here.