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Set, NOV Gallery, 2017 + -

Set 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 project was realized during a residency in Hong Kong and is influenced by the local tea culture.

83 × 83 × 310 mm

Designed for NOV Gallery

Photo 1 by André Huber

Vague, 2015 + -

Vague is a desk organiser that allows to store different things in different sized gaps. It is manufactured in extruded aluminum.

110 × 150 × 50 mm

Set, NOV Gallery, 2017 + -

Set 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 project was realized during a residency in Hong Kong and is influenced by the local tea culture.

83 × 83 × 310 mm

Designed for NOV Gallery

Photo 1 by André Huber

Vague, 2015 + -

Vague is a desk organiser that allows to store different things in different sized gaps. It is manufactured in extruded aluminum.

110 × 150 × 50 mm

Set, NOV Gallery, 2017 + -

Set 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 project was realized during a residency in Hong Kong and is influenced by the local tea culture.

83 × 83 × 310 mm

Designed for NOV Gallery

Photo 1 by André Huber

Vague, 2015 + -

Vague is a desk organiser that allows to store different things in different sized gaps. It is manufactured in extruded aluminum.

110 × 150 × 50 mm

Sébastien El Idrissi Studio
Design & Research

Buckhauserstrasse 40
8048 Zurich
mail@seis.studio

Sébastien El Idrissi is a Swiss designer. He graduated from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne and has worked for Welling/Ludvik in Copenhagen and Alfredo Häberli in Zurich. In 2019 he set up his own practice while becoming a tutor in different design schools in Switzerland.

The journal displays sights from the process of design or travels and can also be seen on Instagram.

Educational work
2019: FHNW Basel, Industrial Design (Guest mentor)
2019 ­— ongoing: HFTG Zug, Product design
2018 — ongoing: ibW Maienfeld, Product design & Scenography
2016 — 17: HKDI Hong Kong, Product Design