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Aalto ARTS Books is taking part in Design Market Online

Design Market is one of the most popular events of Helsinki Design Week. During this weekend the event will be held for the first time during spring time and due to the current circumstances, it will take place online. 50 Finnish design companies are taking part in this event selling products that can liven up your home, refresh your mind and delight your loved ones.
design market online 24.-26.4.

Information about the companies and offers are on Helsinki Design Week’s website. The companies will be selling their products on their own web shops.

“We are proud to be taking part in this event alongside top Finnish design brands. This proves that our books are both beautiful artifacts and filled with information that is of interest to the customers of Design Market Online event” says sales coordinator Suvi-Kukka Salonen.

Aalto ARTS Books offers a changing selection of books on discount at our web shop. On Friday the offer includes bestsellers, on Saturday you can find latest releases and on Sunday you can find a selection of books that are perfect for getting creative.

Follow the event on Facebook and Instagram: @helsinkidesignweek and @aaltoartsbooks

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