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EXHIBITION SCHEDULE

 

Thursday 15 November 2018

Press Lunch: 11:00am-3:00pm

 

Thursday 15 November 2018

Gala Evening: Ticketed Event: 6:30pm - 9pm

 

FRIDAY 16 NOVEMBER 2018

VIP Preview Day: 11:00am - 7:00pm*

 

SATURDAY 17 NOVEMBER 2018

Public Opening Times: 11:00am - 7:00pm

through until

SUNDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2018

11:00am - 5:00pm (close)

 
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ADDRESS

HOTEL DE LA POSTE | TOUR & TAXIS | BRUSSELS | BELGIUM

Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port 88, 1000 Brussel

TICKETS & PRICES

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THE EXHIBITION LOCATION

HOTEL DE LA POSTE | TOUR & TAXIS | BRUSSELS | BELGIUM

Tour & Taxis, Avenue du Port 88, 1000 Brussels

Tour & Taxis owes its original name to the founders of the postal system, the Von Thurn und Tassis family. They used the marshy land alongside the port as pastures for their horses and organised the imperial post from Brussels, right up to the 18th century. 

At the end of the 19th century, Belgium was classified amongst the five greatest economic powers in Europe. Trade and merchandise transit were intensifying in Brussels and to keep up with this, it became obvious that a new port would inevitably be required. 

In 1910, around ten years after the port was inaugurated by King Leopold II, operations were launched in a series of prestigious buildings, Hotel de la Poste, the Royal Warehouse and a maritime Station.

This gigantic customs clearance and goods warehousing complex logically became the central hub for the transit of merchandise through the capital.

In keeping with the heritage, the new owners have paid homage to the sites trading past. Hotel de la Poste, one of the prestigious classical buildings will host IIDE. 

Once again, this site will come to life, this time through a celebration of interior design.

 

GETTING THERE

The International Interior Design Exhibitions is located at Tour & Taxis in a beautiful 19th century building 'Hotel De La Poste', a magnificent site that is part of Brussels’ industrial heritage.

The exhibition is only 10 minutes from the lively centre of Brussels and the famous Sablon district, 15 minutes from the best museums and 25 minutes from Brussels airport.

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INTERNATIONAL TRAIN

Travel direct from Paris to Brussels in 1 hour 20 minutes.

 
 

TRAIN

If you travel by train, stop at the North Station (Gare du Nord) which is close to Tour & Taxis (20 minutes by foot). From the station, you can take a taxi or the bus 14 to the exhibition.

For information on national trains: www.belgianrail.be

Travel direct from Amsterdam and Cologne to Brussels in 1 hour 50 minutes, Paris is just 1 hour and 20 minutes. Check for train times and tickets at www.thalys.com

 

CAR

The International Interior Design Exhibition is located at Hotel de La Poste, Tour & Taxis, a magnificent 19th Century building that is part of Brussels’ industrial heritage. The exhibition is only 10 minutes from the elegant centre of Brussels and the famous Sablon district, 15 minutes from the best museums and 25 minutes from Brussels airport.

Supervised parking on the site of Tour & Taxis: €7

Click here to get directions to the International Interior Design Exhibition

Address: Avenue du Port 88, 1000 Brussels

 

TRAM - STIB / MIVB

Tram 51 - stop Sainctelette (7 minutes by foot)