The Brussels Design Market 2019

07.08.2019 - Editorial

Since its creation in 2002, the Brussels Design Market has evolved to become "the largest vintage design market in Europe". This bi-annual event (March and September), has quickly become one of the most important events in the international vintage design calendar.

Brussels Design Market © Mégane Fontaine

Coming from the four corners of Europe, merchants, collectors, enlightened professionals and amateurs meet twice a year in Brussels to come and chase fabulous vintage pieces designed in the last century. The Brussels Design Market is not only a place of discovery where hunters can find pieces that have made design history at attractive prices, but also a welcoming place to meet and exchange ideas.

Brussels Design Market © Mégane Fontaine

This event takes place in the historic and exceptional setting of the exhibition halls of Tour & Taxis, an industrial building that hosts the largest cultural events in Brussels. For this September 2019 edition, a space will be dedicated specifically to contemporary design. This is a unique opportunity for Belgian designers, to present and sell their creations.

Brussels Design Market © Mégane Fontaine

The Contemporary Design Market is part of the Design September program and is the exclusive meeting place to discover and buy Belgian design and meet the designers of our territory.

Brussels Design Market © Mégane Fontaine

PRACTICAL INFORMATION: 

WHEN? 

SATURDAY 28 SEPT. 2019 | 10:00 >18:00
10H > 13H00 - PREVIEW Admission: 25€ Ticket valid for both days
13H > 18H00 - REGULAR ENTRANCE - Admission: 10 €
SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 2019 | 10H00 >17H00 Public Day | Admission: 10€ on site*
*Free ticket by registering online at www.designmarket.be
Online registrations open until 23 August 2019 / One free ticket per email address

WHERE?

SHED 3 & 4 of TOUR AND TAXIS
Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port, 86c 1000 Brussels
A paid car park is available for visitors on the Tour & Taxis site at the price of 6€.

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Design

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