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Salomé Bazin

MA Industrial Design Alum
Central Saint Martins
Person Type
Disrupt Disability, Cellule Studio
Salomé  Bazin


I am a French designer and artist, founder of experiential design studio Cellule. I hold a BA from Olivier de Serres in Paris and MA in Industrial Design from Central Saint Martins London.

Starting as an assistant for award-winning stage designer Es Devlin, followed by work as a freelancer in media art, lighting and experience design. I gained experience in my early years for a working for a portfolio of high-profile clients including Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Samsung and WhiteCube, amongst others.

I founded Cellule studio in 2018 and was acknowledged by the British Design Council as one of the '10 UK emerging design practices of 2018'. Cellule is a design studio bringing a creative and collaborative approach to science and healthcare innovation, envisioning the future of the human body and health. Their work is driven by a human-centered methodology, taking inspiration from human physiology and nature, seeking for real time poetic-technologic experiences.

My work with Cellule was showcased at the Science Gallery London, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Barbican, Venice Biennale and Sadler’s Well Theatre. My studio received an honorary mention from the STARTS Prize Ars Electronica and was on the Lumen prize longlist in 3D Interactive art. I was also co-nominated by the prestigious Beazley Design Award from the Design Museum in 2020.

My work is a tension between digital art, experiential and scenography, in an exploration of new mediums to experience natural phenomenas, evolving technologies and human physiology. I am particularly interested in experiential design as a way to reconnect to our bodies.