Robert Mallet-Stevens (March 24, 1886 – February 8, 1945) was an influential French architect and designer.
Mallet-Stevens was born in Paris in a house called Maison-Laffitte (designed by François Mansart in the 17th century). His father and his grandfather were art collectors in Paris and Brussels. He received his formal training at the École Spéciale d'Architecture in Paris, during which he wrote Guerande about relationships between the different forms of art.
In 1924 Mallet-Stevens published a magazine called La Gazette Des 7 Arts and at the same time with the help of Ricciotto Canudo founded the Club des amis du 7ème art. A Paris street in the 16th arrondissement, Rue Mallet-Stevens, was built by him in the 1920s and has on it six houses designed by him.