Paris Design Week is an annual event celebrating design and creativity in the French capital. It typically occurs in September and coincides with the larger Paris Design Festival and the Maison et Objet trade fair. The famed event features a diverse program of exhibitions, talks, workshops, and events highlighting the latest design trends, innovations, and concepts. It has long served as a hub for the design community to connect, inspire, and exchange all things design-related.
At Khamsa, we are highlighting the Arab designers and design collectives that will grace this year’s highly anticipated edition from 7th until the 13th of September.
١. Beit Collective | Lebanon
Beit Collective aims to elevate Lebanese crafts, featuring precious materials, accessible home products, and designs by Lebanese artists. These creations prioritize quality, customizability, storytelling, and longevity.
13 Rue Mazarinne
٢. Creative Tunisia | Tunisia
Creative Tunisia, part of the “Tounes Wijhetouna” European program since 2019, showcases Tunisian artisanal design and promotes collaboration between artisans and designers to create culturally rich products.
116 Rue de Turenne
٣. Al-Ula Design Award | Saudi Arabia
The AlUla Design Award exhibition features ten finalists, celebrating AlUla’s natural beauty and its impact on creativity. It bridges heritage and contemporary design, resonating worldwide. Showcasing furniture, lighting, fashion, and accessories, including five award winners, it highlights the AlUla aesthetic in modern creations, connecting natural wonders with global creativity.
21, Rue de Turenne
75 004 Paris
٤. Studio Lid | Morocco
Studio LID is one of the oldest carpet manufacturers in Morocco. Today, they arking closely with more than 200 rural artisan weavers specialized in the design of Moroccan tribal rugs.
Hall 8 — Stand E111, Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre
٥. Takecaire | Egypt
An eco-friendly French-Egyptian design label based in Cairo. Their collections blend two talents, two cultures, tradition, and innovation. Crafted by young French designers and skilled Egyptian artisans using local materials, their sustainable designs prioritize beauty, durability, and environmental awareness, often incorporating recycled materials.
Hall 8 — Stand C34, Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre