Guillaume Delvigne, born in Saint-Nazaire in 1979, attended the Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and the Politecnico di Milano. He began his work in Milan with George J. Sowden’s firm, co-founder of the Memphis movement, after graduating in 2002.
Simultaneously, he began to sketch his own things, particularly porcelain, for the Italian editor Industreal.
He relocated to Paris in 2004 and spent several years working on industrial design projects with prominent designers such as RADI Designers, Delo Lindo, Marc Newson, Elium Studio, and Cédric Ragot.
Guillaume Delvigne established his own studio in 2011, held his first solo show at the Tools Gallery, and was awarded the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris.
He now oversees various projects for major French companies like Givenchy, Hermès, Cristal de Sèvres, Habitat, and Tefal.
Guillaume also works globally in the furniture industry with Fabbian, Karakter, and Mitja, as well as with new French design editors like La Chance, Hartô, and ENOStudio.
His pieces are frequently displayed at exhibits in France and abroad. Some of his works have won awards and are part of permanent collections.