Nine till Noon




Open Studio

Visit designer Sebastian Bergne’s personal studio to find recent work for Luceplan, Tolix and Verrerie St-Just exhibited alongside personal projects and collected ephemera. Enjoy this unusual creative space and discuss design with Sebastian over a morning coffee and slice of cake.

British industrial designer Sebastian Bergne will open his personal studio to the public for five mornings during this year's London Design Festival. There will be a variety of work on show including recent projects for Luceplan, Tolix, Verrerie St-Just, Verreum and Kent brushes. These projects will be set against a background of less known past projects, personal editions and ephemera collected over many years in design.

Coffee and cake will be served in the studio between 9 and 12am on the open days.

Sebastian will give a tour of the studio at 10am each morning.

Sebastian Bergne

British Industrial designer Sebastian Bergne is renown for making everyday objects special with his essential and human approach to design.

Sebastian’s versatility allows him and his team to work in different ways. As an external Industrial design facility to international brands, as a designer and supplier of bespoke objects for restaurants, retailers and individuals or even as producer of his growing collection of personal editions.

Having graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1990, he founded his studio in the same year. His achievements have since been widely recognised with international design awards, frequent publication, exhibitions and inclusion in museum collections such as The Museum of Modern Art (New York) and the Design Museum (London). His wealth of experience makes him sought after as a curator, lecturer and commentator on design.



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