The Flea Market Paris team observes with curiosity the appearance at the flea market of vintage furniture created by the great designers of the 20th and 21st centuries.


Born at the end of the first world war, these pieces of furniture take up the modernist spirit of the Bauhaus, play between functionality and elegance of forms. They do not hesitate to use the new materials that appear from the 60s to integrate plastics and composite materials with new ranges of colors.


Created in an industrial logic, vintage furniture also expresses the appearance of a porosity between architecture, functional furniture and Art.

Sideboard by Raymond Cohen known as Cohray, 1970s
Joseph-André Motte, Blond ash sideboard, 1950's
Pierre Chapo, Elm table model T14A, 1960s
Geometric lamp by Curtis & Jeré
Cloverleaf sofa by Verner Panton
Brazil table by Peter Shire for Memphis
Moon system sofa by Zaha Hadid for BNB Italia
PL19, Tre Pezzi armchair by Franco Albini
Karate armchair in fiberglass and leather attributed to Michel Cadestin and published by Airborne
Ash chest of drawers attributed to Alain Richard for Charron Group 4.
Mushroom armchair attributed to Pierre Paulin