Paris-based architect Sébastien Segers is highly regarded for combining rigorous design principles with a broad range of cultural references in his work.
The polymath began his career in 1996 as an assistant to the industrial designer Marc Newson then went on to work with architect Jean Nouvel, before opening his eponymous studio in 2003.
Today Segers leads interior designs projects for discerning hospitality and residential clients, and global luxury brands that include Giorgio Armani and Parfums Christian Dior. He also enjoys collaborating on special projects with other accomplished designers such as Jasper Morrison and Daniel Buren.
Sculptural geometry, intuitive use of space, and exquisitely refined craftsmanship characterize each of his projects. His architectural projects consistently reinterpret classics and express simple elegance and reconciled materiality, with the ambition to achieve serene and optimistic spaces. Through the reinterpretation of classical ideas in his projects, Segers attempts to achieve a sense of harmony through the use of formal and elegant design principals and refined materiality.