Dezeen Magazine

Deezen Day five weeks to go

Bring two friends to Dezeen Day and save an extra 20 per cent

Five weeks to go until Dezeen Day! Read on for details about a special ticket offer for friends and colleagues wanting to attend our architecture and design conference on 30 October.

If you buy three tickets or more at the same time, you'll save an extra £50 on the ticket price.

Tickets cost just £300 each – but hurry because they're selling fast. There are also a limited number of student tickets available at just £75.

Dezeen Day is an international architecture, interiors and design conference that will be held in London on 30 October 2019. The conference will aim to set the agenda for the global design community, tackling key topics including circular design, new materials and education.

Dezeen Day takes place at BFI Southbank in central London on 30 October. The international conference aims to set the agenda for architecture and design. It will discuss topics including design education, future cities and post-plastic materials.

Speakers include Paola AntonelliBenjamin HubertDara Huang and Patrik Schumacher. See all the speakers that have been announced so far.

See the Dezeen Day schedule hereClick here to join the mailing list to get the latest updates.

Buy tickets now

Buy tickets here or using the widget below. Standard tickets cost £300 each, or £75 each for student tickets. Buy three or more tickets and save £50 per standard ticket, or £25 per student ticket.

To discuss further discounts for five or more tickets, email us at [email protected].

Tickets are subject to 20 per cent VAT where relevant. Please note that refunds are not available. Students should bring proof that they are in full-time education to gain admission to Dezeen Day.

To be the first to hear news about Dezeen Day, sign up to our mailing list.

Please note refunds are not available. 

To discuss bulk discounts for companies, schools or other organisations or networks, email us at [email protected].

The illustration is by Rima Sabina Aouf.