Halfway between an exhibition and an antiques fair, “Undesignable” returns to Paris for its eighth year. If you love the furniture and design of the 20th century, don’t miss this essential event, open to all on 17 March 2019.
Founded in 2015, the thematic flea market and itinerant “Undesignable” brings together antique dealers, merchants, buyers and curious browsers for a day of treasure hunting in the open air, at the heart of Paris.
80 exhibitors specialising in 20th-century design
Led by Richard Serrault, the event today brings together some 80 exhibitors, design specialists of the 20th century, from all over Europe.
With “Undesignable”, there are no nasty surprises thanks to the strict rules established by its creator: no copies, and no reconstituted or damaged objects. This quality promise is appreciated by all buyers, who can find both exceptional pieces and smaller objects at affordable prices.
An edition of “Undesignable” in Nice in April
In 2019, the eighth “Undesignable” will take place on the forecourt of the Faculty of Sciences, Rue des Fosses Saint-Bernard, in the 5th arrondissement of Paris. And if you don’t have time to explore it all in Paris, you’ll be able to find the same event on Esplanade de la Douane in Nice, from 27–28 April 2019.