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NOMAD travelling design showcase returns to Monaco in April

NOMAD travelling design showcase returns to Monaco in April

By Staff Writer - March 1, 2018

Villa La Vigie
Villa La Vigie

NOMAD, the travelling showcase for collectable design, will be holding its second international design and art week in Monaco from April 26 to 29.

NOMAD revisits the classic idea of fairs and exhibitions to innovate a new format for the 21st century, its organisers say, bringing together a selection of the world’s leading galleries in incredible architectural locations.

Last year, the journey began in Monaco, in the historic and stupendous Villa La Vigie, located in the private park of the Monte-Carlo Beach Club.

A series of engaging VIP events, including performance dinners in private houses and private visits to a selection of the region’s vibrant cultural institutions were organised.

Lord Norman Foster and London Design Museum Director Deyan Sudjic inaugurated the Design Conversations series, a key feature of the NOMAD experience, initiating a meaningful dialogue between singular personalities of the design and architecture fields in an informal and intimate setting.

For capacity and security reasons, access to the event next month will be limited to invitation only and registration on the NOMAD website. For general inquiries contact:


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