Undesignable Market

The Undesignable Trade Shows, dedicated to post-war Design & Arts, are drawing a new place for Design Lovers.

Undesignable has been launched in 2007 with a first edition in Eindhoven and a second edition in Berlin.

The Undesignable Trade Shows, dedicated to post-war Design & Arts, are drawing a new place for Design Lovers.

On May 17 and May 18, 2008, Amsterdam sees its first European design Trade Show. 26 galleries and dealers from all over Europe will present their finest 20th century design pieces at Amsterdam's KNSM island, Loods 6.

The UNDESIGNABLE fair shows a wide choice of objects, e.g. exquisite genuine furniture, lighting, paintings, prints, jewellery and decorative and art pieces from plastic, glass or ceramics.

Design aficionados attracted to last century's period from the 40s to 80s may find their own dream piece, or just browse and enjoy the stylish variety of these decades.

Works of famous designers as Cees Braakman, Friso Kramer, Jean Prouvé, Arne Jacobsen, Bruno Mathsson, Charles and Ray Eames or Joe Colombo and many others will be on show at the exhibition area that expands to some 700 sqm.

Most of the dealers and galleries, from the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium, will present their treasures for the very first time in Amsterdam.

All merchandise offered for sale during the event is authentic; with no reproductions permitted.

Following the start in Dutch design Mecca Eindhoven in May 2007 and after the successful Trade Show in Berlin in November 2007, UNDESIGNABLE aims at establishing a new location in Amsterdam, and add to the city's fashion design scene as a periodical event.

Professional visitors, dealers may preview UNDESIGNABLE on May 16, 2008, starting at 15 hrs. The fair opens its gates for the public on May 17 and 18, from 11 through 17 hrs.