Salomé Bazin is a french designer and artist, founder of experiential design studio Cellule. She holds a BA from Olivier de Serres in Paris and MA from Central Saint Martins London. 

Starting as an assistant for award-winning stage designer Es Devlin, followed by work as a freelancer in media art, lighting and experience design; Bazin gained experience in her early years working for a portfolio of high profile clients including Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Samsung and WhiteCube, amongst others. She founded Cellule studio in 2018 , and was acknowledged by the British Design Council as one of the ’10 UK emerging design practice of 2018’.

Cellule is a design studio bringing a creative and collaborative approach to science and healthcare innovation, envisioning the future of the human body and health. Bazin’s work is a tension between digital art, experiential and scenography, and an exploration of new mediums to relate to scientific phenomenons, evolving technologies and human physiology.
She is particularly interested in poetic-technologic experiences as a way to reconnect to our bodies. 


2023 Science Gallery AI Who is watching you 


2023 Design Museum, The Future of Ageing
2022 ENS Paris Saclay, Luminescences
2021 EEC Venice Biennale Time, Space, Existence, Kalostasis 
2020 Design Museum Beazley Design of the Year
2019 Ars Electronica Festival, SimCath
2019 Sadler’s Wells Theatre, Dansathon, Digital Umbilical  
2019 Barbican centre, Random Revolution
2019 New Scientist Live, Big Heart Data
2019 Victoria and Albert Museum, LDF 2019, Kalostasis
2019 Science Gallery London, Big Heart Data 
2018 London Design Festival Design Museum 10x 10
2015 Central Saint Martins MA Degree show

Selected Clients 
King’s College London, Imperial College, Esdevlin; Louis Vuitton, Adele, Urban Electric; Fendi, Samsung, WhiteCube, Moet& Chandon, Creatures of the Wind, WeWalk, Royal Society, Imprudence, Helena Rubinstein, Cuure, Disrupt Disability, Estee Lauder.

Honours and awards

2022 Pathfinder Royal College of Art Design Age Institute
2018 10×10 Emerging Designer by Design Museum 
2019 Honorary mention STARTS Prize Ars Electronica
2019 Nominated HealthTech Innovation for Digital leaders
2020 Lumen Prize Longlist 3D Digital Art 
2020 Falling Walls Berlin Science Week 
2020 Nomination Beazley Design of the Year Design Museum  


2020-2023 Visiting Lecturer BEng/ MEng Biomedical Engineering Biomimicry for Healthcare. King’s College London 
2019: PhD industry mentor Kent University, Robotics and visual assistance

In the press

Nature, Forbes, Dezeen, Irish Times, BBC, Makery, Evening standard, Guardian, New Scientist, 3D Natives, Craft Magazine, British Council