The Service Design Days conferences take place in one of the most iconic buildings of Barcelona: Disseny Hub Barcelona (Design Hub Barcelona), a melting pot of design in the heart of innovative and creative Barcelona, District 22@. 

About the venue

District 22@ is Barcelona’s innovation district, a renovated formerly industrial area, nicknamed ‘the Catalan Manchester’ in the 19th century. The Design Hub is situated next to Jean Nouvel’s famous Torre Glòries. It houses the Barcelona Design Museum, the Barcelona Design Centre and FAD, an independent non-profit organisation that promotes arts, design and architecture. The venue is accessible for wheelchair users.

The keynotes will take place in a large, modern auditorium overlooking the city and the Sagrada Familia. Case talks and masterclasses are given in smaller, intimate spaces. A fully catered, 3 course lunch, coffee breaks and networking drinks are included in the ticket price. Networking drinks will take place on a beautiful terrace.


Courtesy of BAAS Arquitectura

How to get there?

Disseny Hub Barcelona
Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37-38
08018 Barcelona, Spain
Tel. (+34) 93 256 67 00

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Metro station Glòries (L1 / red line). Tram stop Glòries on lines T4, T5 and T6

Bus stops less than 500m away: lines 7, H12, 92 and 192. Bus stop between 500m and 750m away: line 62

Bicing stations at Avinguda Meridiana, 66 (next to Glòries metro station) and Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada, 168 (crossing with Avinguda Diagonal)

Car parking at BSM Ona Glòries (Carrer de la Ciutat de Granada, 173‐175), BSM Badajoz (Carrer Badadjoz, 168) or one of the parkings at Glòries Shopping Centre

Getting to Barcelona

Barcelona airport El Prat is located 16 kilometres south of the city. Barcelona can also be reached by transport links from other regional airports, like Girona. Some of the airlines are: Vueling, Iberia, KLM, Transavia, and Easyjet. To reach the city, take a taxi, or the express bus service called the Aerobus that runs to Plaza Catalunya. The metro (L9 Sud) connects both terminals of the airport with the Barcelona underground network. If you prefer you can take a train near Terminal T2, calling at the stations Sants, Passeig de Gracia and Clot.

Barcelona has direct railway links with a number of European cities, including Paris, Zurich and Milan, and the high-speed train runs to Madrid, southern and eastern Spain. The city's major railway stations and metropolitan rail network ensure you can travel to Barcelona and anywhere by train without any difficulties. Barcelona currently has eight metro lines.

Places to stay

We advise you to book your stay via Booking or Airbnb. Both platforms offer a wide range of accommodations.

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Press accreditation

Our press accreditation is for critics and journalists covering (Service) Design topics on a regular basis. Accreditation is granted only to professionals assigned by recognized media. Freelancers will not be accredited unless they are assigned by recognized media and meet all our other requirements.

To apply for an accreditation please email us. You will then receive a request form. If your request is accepted you will receive your accreditation minimal 14 days before the event. The card will provide access to all keynotes and a selection of masterclasses.