Undesignable: the first flea market in Paris

Undesignable: the first flea market in Paris

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Notice to all vintage lovers! Sunday, October 25, you will meet with around sixty exhibitors specializing in design from the 1900s and 2000s, from France and Europe. On the sidewalks of the Faculty of Sciences of Jussieu, in the fifth arrondissement of Paris, you can find small wonders in terms of furniture, lighting or decorative accessories.

An event organized by Achille

Behind this initiative hides a passionate, Richard Serrault, who has created an e-magazine called, which brings together unmissable events for design lovers. This founder wanted to see further by setting up the first flea market in the capital: Undesignable.
And the least we can say is that this event is aptly named since it brings together unusual objects.

Coins for everyone

This flea market will bring together exhibitors, but also art dealers and French and European galleries. On the menu of festivities, furniture, lights, paintings and lithographs, glassware, or ceramics ... There will be something for everyone and all budgets!
You can find pieces signed by Pierre Paulin, Jean Prouvé, Pierre Guariche, or even Joe Colombo. But rest assured, if you are not an expert in the matter, you will be able to consult for free (on site) the "design rating" in order to know the market prices and the value of certain objects.
If this first edition meets its audience, it should take place twice a year. For more info, go to and