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20–23 January 2019RDS, Dublin, Ireland

Heres where our design talent showcases itself to best effect.

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Eat Drink Shop

Fallon & Byrne

An amazing award-winning emporium and wine bar- if you like new York style foodshops, you will love this!


Design Quarter

Visit Article, Industry, Irish Design Shop and Designist, 4 of Irelands best craft and design shops, each within a stones throw of each other.  

Eat Shop

Coco Atelier

Feed both your high quality chocolate and minimal design fix at Coco Atelier.


The Pen Corner

Quietly elegant, this shop has been selling quality pens and paper products for years. To be treasured more than ever in this too-digital age.


Brown Thomas

Every capital city needs a department store of distinction. This role has been held by Brown Thomas since 1848. Offering a wide array of quality Irish and International brands.

Eat Shop

Markets with a Difference

A cooperative providing organic, non-gmo food to its members. Also sundays selling a variety of vintage, clothing and flea market goodies.


Francis Street

Antiques, Collectibles, Vintage and Knitting. Francis St just across from St Patrick’s Cathedral is brimming with antique and collectors’ shops and galleries.


Powerscourt Townhouse

A magnificent setting for a small, unexpected shopping arcade. With lots of artisan shops, gorgeous cafes and international brands.


George’s Street Arcade

Europe’s oldest shopping centres, in an enclosed Victorian market. Selling anything from funky jewellery, trendy clothes, collector’s items, it is reminiscent of the famous covered passages of Paris.


Winding Stair Bookshop

A Dublin institution for many years. Even a quick visit will make you feel steeped in Irish literary history.


Waltons Music Shop

Setting for the Academy Award-winning song ‘Falling Slowly’ from the film ‘Once’ starring Glen Hansard. Fans can sit down at the piano and sing ‘Falling Slowly’.



A high-end garden and interior shop that has unusual and beautiful things for the home and garden.


The Blue Door

The Blue Door on Monkstown Crescent, is a Mecca for those who like Scandinavian or New England style interiors, fabrics, gifts and garden


Sweeney O’ Rourke

For all wannabe super chefs – a veritable haven of well designed cooking and catering equipment and utensils. No fancy setting – just plain shelving laden with all those knives and utensils to turn you into the next Jamie Oliveror Nigella Lawson  Knowledgeable and helpful staff.134 Pearse St, Dublin 2.