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Cargo, 2021 + -

Cargo is a small family of demountable and flat packable solid wood tables and benches. Together with the Swiss carpentry specialist Meyer Systeme we have developed a new connection piece that allows to build stable, self assembly frame constructions. Like this, solid wood, as one of the most ecological materials can be shipped flat pack and is assembled without any chemicals like glue.

Wood, aluminium, steel
Various sizes (pictured prototype 210 × 90 × 74 cm)
Generously supported by Ikea Foundation Switzerland
Connection development for Meyer Systeme AG
Photography by Jules Moskovtchenko and SEIS

Vague, 2020 + -

Vague is an organizer that is shaped like a wave and therefore allows to store various things in different sized gaps. It is manufactured low cost from a solar and wind powered aluminum and fully recyclable.

Available here.

low carbon aluminum
110 × 230 × 50 mm
Initially designed at ECAL
Design open for edition
Photo: SEIS

Selfie, 2018 + -

Selfie is a standing light built of an actual selfie stick. The idea was to use an everyday, low cost object to create a refined lamp at a lower price. Thanks to the telescope of the selfie stick the light source can be adjusted on different heights and the whole object can be packed very small. Selfie was exhibited in NOV Gallery’s show The Future Artefact at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Salone 2018.

Various materials
45-167 x 20 x 20 cm
Client: NOV Gallery
Photo: Egli Studio / SEIS

Peak, 2017 + -

Peak is a pitcher that allows its cups and lid to be stacked together. The ribbed surface of the main piece provides more grip when holding it and creates a visual unity when stacked. The design took shape during a residency in Hong Kong and is influenced by its local tea culture. Peak was part of the exhibition The Ceramic Table Scape at NOV Gallery, Geneva.

Glazed porcelain

83 × 83 × 310 mm

Client: NOV Gallery

Photo: André Huber / SEIS

Cargo, 2021 + -

Cargo is a small family of demountable and flat packable solid wood tables and benches. Together with the Swiss carpentry specialist Meyer Systeme we have developed a new connection piece that allows to build stable, self assembly frame constructions. Like this, solid wood, as one of the most ecological materials can be shipped flat pack and is assembled without any chemicals like glue.

Wood, aluminium, steel
Various sizes (pictured prototype 210 × 90 × 74 cm)
Generously supported by Ikea Foundation Switzerland
Connection development for Meyer Systeme AG
Photography by Jules Moskovtchenko and SEIS

Vague, 2020 + -

Vague is an organizer that is shaped like a wave and therefore allows to store various things in different sized gaps. It is manufactured low cost from a solar and wind powered aluminum and fully recyclable.

Available here.

low carbon aluminum
110 × 230 × 50 mm
Initially designed at ECAL
Design open for edition
Photo: SEIS

Selfie, 2018 + -

Selfie is a standing light built of an actual selfie stick. The idea was to use an everyday, low cost object to create a refined lamp at a lower price. Thanks to the telescope of the selfie stick the light source can be adjusted on different heights and the whole object can be packed very small. Selfie was exhibited in NOV Gallery’s show The Future Artefact at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Salone 2018.

Various materials
45-167 x 20 x 20 cm
Client: NOV Gallery
Photo: Egli Studio / SEIS

Peak, 2017 + -

Peak is a pitcher that allows its cups and lid to be stacked together. The ribbed surface of the main piece provides more grip when holding it and creates a visual unity when stacked. The design took shape during a residency in Hong Kong and is influenced by its local tea culture. Peak was part of the exhibition The Ceramic Table Scape at NOV Gallery, Geneva.

Glazed porcelain

83 × 83 × 310 mm

Client: NOV Gallery

Photo: André Huber / SEIS

Cargo, 2021 + -

Cargo is a small family of demountable and flat packable solid wood tables and benches. Together with the Swiss carpentry specialist Meyer Systeme we have developed a new connection piece that allows to build stable, self assembly frame constructions. Like this, solid wood, as one of the most ecological materials can be shipped flat pack and is assembled without any chemicals like glue.

Wood, aluminium, steel
Various sizes (pictured prototype 210 × 90 × 74 cm)
Generously supported by Ikea Foundation Switzerland
Connection development for Meyer Systeme AG
Photography by Jules Moskovtchenko and SEIS

Vague, 2020 + -

Vague is an organizer that is shaped like a wave and therefore allows to store various things in different sized gaps. It is manufactured low cost from a solar and wind powered aluminum and fully recyclable.

Available here.

low carbon aluminum
110 × 230 × 50 mm
Initially designed at ECAL
Design open for edition
Photo: SEIS

Selfie, 2018 + -

Selfie is a standing light built of an actual selfie stick. The idea was to use an everyday, low cost object to create a refined lamp at a lower price. Thanks to the telescope of the selfie stick the light source can be adjusted on different heights and the whole object can be packed very small. Selfie was exhibited in NOV Gallery’s show The Future Artefact at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Salone 2018.

Various materials
45-167 x 20 x 20 cm
Client: NOV Gallery
Photo: Egli Studio / SEIS

Peak, 2017 + -

Peak is a pitcher that allows its cups and lid to be stacked together. The ribbed surface of the main piece provides more grip when holding it and creates a visual unity when stacked. The design took shape during a residency in Hong Kong and is influenced by its local tea culture. Peak was part of the exhibition The Ceramic Table Scape at NOV Gallery, Geneva.

Glazed porcelain

83 × 83 × 310 mm

Client: NOV Gallery

Photo: André Huber / SEIS

Sébastien El Idrissi Studio is a design studio that offers a range of services in the fields of furniture, appliances and interiors.

Selected clients
ETH Zürich Institut gta, Meyer Systeme, mudac Lausanne, mikafi , NOV Gallery, Palais Galerie

Sébastien El Idrissi is a Swiss industrial designer. After graduating from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne he has worked for Welling/Ludvik in Copenhagen and Alfredo Häberli in Zurich. Next to his own practice Sébastien teaches industrial design in different design schools in Switzerland.

Contact
Buckhauserstrasse 40
8048 Zurich
mail@seis.studio
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