#BrusselsDesignMarket, the largest design market in Europe

| August 14, 2019

Ever since its creation in 2002, the Brussels Design Market has evolved into the the largest design market in Europe. This event, that takes place twice a year (March and September), has become one of the main events in the international vintage design calendar.

Maintaining that particular atmosphere that characterizes flea markets, the Brussels Design Market has continued to increase qualitatively and attracting more and more visitors every years.

Dealers, collectors, professionals and amateurs from all over Europe, come together in Brussels to search for fabulous vintage items, designed in the last century. Visitors can discover original and iconic pieces from Ita- lian, French, American, and Scandinavian designers. These are created by the biggest names in the history of design, such as Sottsass, Le Corbusier, Eames, or Jacobsen and Panton.

The largest vintage design market in Europe 

Between the purchase of well know designers and anonymous ones, visitors can enjoy a coffee break or a lunch break with the original food trucks in place. To finish off, this event takes place in the historical frame of Tour & Taxis’ halls, the industrial building that welcomes the biggest cultural events of Brussels.

Practical Information

When ?
The next edition of the Brussels Design Market will take place during two days :
SATURDAY 28 SEPTEMBER 2019 | 10h >18h
10H > 13H00 – PREVIEW
Entry : 25€
Ticket valid on Saturday and Sunday.
Buy your ticket via the on-line form to avoid queues.
13H > 18H00 – REGULAR ENTRANCE Entry : 10 €
SUNDAY 29 SEPTEMBER 2019 | 10h >17h Regular entrance : 10€ on the spot
Register online and get a free ticket
Online registrations are open until 10 September
One free ticket per email address

Where ?
SHED 3 & 4 de TOUR ET TAXIS Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port, 86c 1000 Bruxelles
A paying car park is available on the spot. The price is 6€.

Tel. +32 (0)495 220 792


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