Hello, I am Salomé Bazin, french designer and artist, founder and creative director of Cellule design studio.
Cellule is an award winning studio envisioning the future of human bodies and healthcare.
Our work is driven by a human-centered methodology, taking inspiration from medical physiology and natural phenomenons: turning them in relatable poetic-technologic experiences. We were acknowledged by the British Design Council as one of the ’10 most exciting UK emerging design practice of 2018’.
After an MA at Central Saint Martins in Industrial Design, I started my career as an assistant for award-winning stage designer Es Devlin. and continuing as freelance art director in media art, lighting and experience design. In my early years I worked for a portfolio of clients including Adele, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Farfetch, White Cube, Samsung, amongst others.
My work with Cellule was showcased at the Science Gallery London, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Barbican centre and Sadler’s Well theatre in London.
I received honorary mention from the STARTS Prize Ars Electronica, collaboratively longlisted for the Lumen prize 3D Interactive Art, and with one of our collaboration nominated by the prestigious Beazley Design Award from the Design Museum in 2020.
My work is a tension between digital art, experiential design and scenography, in a constant exploration of new mediums to experience natural phenomenons, evolving technologies and human physiology.
I am particularly interested in experiential design as a way to reconnect to our bodies, and regularly practice in contempary dance at Menagerie de Verre Paris.
I am a Visiting lecturer at King's College London in BEng/MEng Biomedical Engineering and selected as a PhD industry mentor at Kent University in Robotics.