Bordeaux-born. Samuel Accoceberry works and resides in Paris. He earned a BTS in Industrial Aesthetics from La Souterraine in 1995 and a DNSEP from the Ecole Supérieure de Nancy in 2000.
During his studies, Accoceberry worked at Conseil Design Environment in Annecy, where he created items for Salomon.
He displayed a desk at “VIA – Les Ecoles” in 2000. He joined Alcatel in the Advanced Design division after receiving his degree.
Beginning in 2001, he worked for several Milanese design firms, such as Paolo Zani, Antonio Citterio and Partners, and Rodolfo Dordoni, on a variety of projects for furniture, lights, urban spaces, and goods.
After moving back to Paris in 2004, he works as a freelance designer, managing projects with the agency Ldesign’s Arik Levy, while continuing to work on his own designs for businesses like Alki and Elitis. He was appointed Pyrenea’s art director in 2010. He also works on limited edition projects, photography, and graphics.
He was chosen by “VIA” in 2008 and 2009, winning two “Aides à Projet” and two Red Dot Design Awards in the process. Additionally, he lectures at Strate College, the ‘ENSA’ in Nancy, and the ‘IAV’ in Orleans. Samuel Accoceberry has worked with the following organizations throughout his career: Aéroport de Paris, Alcatel, Arper, BBB Bonacina, B&B Italia, Baccarat, Baleri Cerruti, Bernhardt, Binda, Bitossi, Chevalier Edition, Desalto, Dietiker, Emu, E15, Flos, Flou, Fontana Arte, Frag, Guzzini, Haengnam, Hatria, Kartell, Kvetna, Ideal Standart, Ibani, Living Divani, LG Electronics, LG Cosmetics, Materialise, Minotti, Molteni, Pyrenea, Valli&Valli, D&G, Dolce & Gabbana, Marcolin, Salomon, Serralunga, Softline, Swedese, Staub, S.T.Dupont, Verardo, Viccarbe, Vitra, Wall, Zanotta.
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