Sunday 20 May 2018
10am - 4pm
Erno Goldfinger's Haggerston School
London E2 8LS
9am Early entry for trade/collectors £15 on door (family, friend, dealer comps after 10am)
10am-4pm Cash, cheque, izettle on door £10
Last entry 3.30pm
Children under 14 free
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“The brilliantly curated Modern Shows is a must-visit event for anyone after original mid-century design.” Charlotte Abrahams, freelance design writer FT How to Spend it, Guardian, Observer, Elle Decoration
Furnish your home with design classics from 55 top dealers while snooping around a Goldfinger masterpiece
If you are mad about The Eames, Jacobsen, Bertoia, Nelson, Wegner, Charley Harper and The Days you will definitely get your fill from Europe’s best Midcentury Dealers in furniture, ceramics, glass, wallpaper, vintage fabrics, industrial, clocks, collectable posters and much, much more. Check out Modern Shows popular sourcing directory at www.themodernmarketplace.com to get a taste of what is to come and the kind of pieces Goldfinger himself would have had at his house, now owned by the National Trust on Willow Rd in Hampstead.
Everything at the show can be bought, leased or ordered on the day.
Courier services available.
5 mins walk from Hoxton Overground. 2 minutes from Haggerston.
Refreshments available on site
See The Modern Marketplace for the kinds of dealers you can expect to see on a day like this
Also on a Sunday...
Geffrye Museum (for the home)
The famous Columbia Flower Market
Vietnamese food on Kingsland Rd
The fabulous Whitechapel Art gallery at Aldgate East
10 min walk to Shoreditch High Street
Curry in Brick lane
All areas of this show are accessible to wheelchair users.
Parking is limited due to close proximity of Columbia Road Flower Market. If driving, please park in the nearest NCP car park
Check train options
A complimentary buggy park is provided. Buggies are no longer allowed into any of our events due to health and safety.
Dogs are not permitted, except for guide dogs.
“Vintage furniture dealers come out in force at this excellent mid-century fair, featuring classics of British, American and Scandinavian twentieth-century design from Eames to Ercol. A very stylish showcase of high quality, highly covetable furniture and homewares that you can buy direct from the dealers.” Time Out
“This show is stuffed with all the recognisable classics of Scandinavian, American and British heroes of 20C design. It's like visiting a design museum where you can sit on the classics, talk to knowledgable people and then take the exhibits home with you. I enjoy every show immensely and would recommend this show to any lover of design.” Matthew Hilton