Handicrafts and Design Event of the Year
The Finnish Craft & Design fair is the largest handicrafts and applied arts industry fair in Europe, which brings over 600 exhibitors and around 40,000 visitors to Tampere annually. The Finnish Craft & Design fair is hosted by Tampere Trade Fairs and Taito Pirkanmaa ry. The most anticipated handicrafts and design event of the year will bring some light to the darkness again in November.
One of a kind, high quality and handmade products are available for anyone looking for a memorable gift or a unique gem for themselves. For all the handicraft enthusiasts Finnish Craft and Design Fair is an abundant playground of raw materials from which anyone can create their own individual pieces. Program is diverse and up-to-date on current trends with a variety of intriguing shows, exhibitions and phenomenons.
Over 600 exhibitors
Ready made design and crafts products made in Finland, including clothes, accessories, home utensils and decorations, post cards and candles.
Over 40 000 visitors
The Finnish Craft & Design fair is the largest handicrafts and applied arts industry fair in Europe, bringing together yearly over 40.000 professionals and hobbyists. At the 2017 fair a record was made with over 49.000 visitors.
3 large halls
Explore three large exhibition halls full of beautiful and unique handmade products for you or as a gift. For large number of the exhibiting companies and individuals – this is the only place to meet them – in whole year!
Taito-Finlandia is an honorary award for the handicrafts and applied arts field that honours notable trends, phenomenons or professionals promoting arts and crafts culture and aims to increase the recognition of the industry. The winner of the title of 2017 was Restaurointi Mikael Holma.
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16–18th November 2018
Tampere Exhibition and Sports Centre
Finnish Craft and Design Fair is the most anticipated craft and design event of the year within Finland and all of Europe. Event will bring light and joy back to the middle of November again on 16–18 November of 2018.News › Reserve Stand ›
Friday 17.11.2017 10-18
Saturday 18.11.2017 9-17
Sunday 19.11.2017 10-17
#Kädentaidot record: 49,331 visitors – Changes in arrangements in 2018
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