Under the theme “hybrid”, PARIS DESIGN WEEK takes over new cultural spaces this year from September 5-14, and immerses the city in an effervescence of exhibits, parties, and open-air themed walks. A perfect occasion to (re)discover the city’s allure!

UBLIK aux Archives Nationales, Paris

UBLIK aux Archives Nationales, Paris


200 participating venues (design showrooms, galleries, workshops, restaurants, hotels, museums, and institutions) come together throughout 4 neighborhoods (Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Les Halles-Marais-Bastille, Opéra-Concorde-Etoile and Barbès-Stalingrad) to unveil a multidisciplinary approach to design with exhibits, pop-up installations, and unprecedented product presentations.

Themed walks will be offered to inform and enlighten an ever-growing audience of design lovers:

  • #ArtDesign
    Objects become sculptures, and artworks become useful.
  • #Upcycling
    Breathe new life into used materials through design
  • #Work
    A tour based on the design and evolution of workspaces.
  • #Projects
    Set off to explore projects from interior design professionals, from kitchen to bath.
  • #Savoir-Faire
    A circuit where industrial strictures give way to hand-made intelligence.
  • #Iconic Design
    Icons of design and their boutiques.
  • #Fooddesign
    Design is delicious!
  • #Fashiondesign
    Design is in fashion, and fashion feels the design love, too.

LE OFF, the exhibit that shines a spotlight on new talent!

As it does each year, this exhibit that is a breeding ground for young talent, LE OFF, infuses a new neighborhood with fresh energy.
At the very heart of Paris, in the north of the Marais, at 46 rue du Vertbois, a 400 m2 space will be dedicated to the creations of a new generation of 50 Millennial designers.
Around ten boutiques will be taken over by the unprecedented prototypes and collections of talents from all over the world.


And last, but not least, four September encounters taking place during PARIS DESIGN WEEK will bring together designers, entrepreneurs, makers/editors, and manufacturers around the “HYBRID” theme. Four talks will come to grips with matters of current interest, presented by Chantale Hamaide.

  • The hybridization of workspaces.
    Mobility, connectivity, and autonomy are all reshaping new concepts in workspaces,
    a major creative challenge for designers, manufacturers, and architects.
  • Mobility in urban areas.
    Cities are spaces for cohabitation and innovation as relates to mobility of all kinds.
    We look ahead to investments that require the creation of individual and collective tools.
  • Characteristics and profiles of materials.
    The generation or processing of materials, whether recrafted or natural,
    have an impact on use and resources. Designers, architects, and manufacturers are optimizing processes and usage.
  • From self-production to serial production.
    Designers and interior designers are opening up manufacturing to new practices.
    These experiences are expanding and diversifying their creative output and their professional contacts, whether they are artisans, makers, gallery owners, or industrial firms.

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