The Big Design Market returns to Sydney

A celebration of creativity and colour, The Big Design Market is back at the Royal Hall of Industries in November.

By Benjamen Judd

For three days, kicking off on November 25, the Royal Hall of Industries at Moore Park will be home to more than 200 designers sharing their creative works. 

With everything from jewellery and fashion to grooming and naturopathy products available, The Big Design Market has something for everyone of every taste. 

This is the perfect place to nab that unique Christmas gift for the person who has it all. Activewear from Alas, cups and flatware from Kaz Morton Ceramics, printed towels from I Ended Up Here and jewellery from Studio Elke.

There will also be treats to help keep your energy up on the day: gelato from Sydney’s iconic Gelato Messina, Argentinian street food from Porteno and the delicious locally-sourced menu from Hunter Gatherer. 

It’s three days of sensorial overload! 

If you worried that you won’t be able to make up your mind what to buy on the day, the team at The Big Design Market have you covered with a selection of curated showbags. Filled with over $120 worth of design pieces from each stallholder, and there's a different selection available each day! But get in quick, at only $15 each and a limited edition of 300 per day, they’re bound go quickly. 

The Big Design market will take place at the Royal Hall of Industries, November 25-27. Entry is $2. 

sydney.thebigdesignmarket.com

Royal Hall of Industries

1 Driver Ave

Moore Park

 

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