Adrien Rovero

Establishing his Lausanne practice in 2006, Swiss designer Adrien Rovero has developed an approach that employs striking graphic compositions, minimalistic forms, strong colour schemes and reimagined functions. The designer’s vocabulary has been described as observational, inventive, uncluttered, based on assemblage and repurposed materials. Working between furniture, lighting and exhibition design, the Ecal graduate has conceived projects for clients like Hermès Petit H, Atelier Pfister, Droog, Tectona, Cristalleries Saint-Louis, Centre Pompidou, Grand-Hornu Images, Cité de la Céramique de Sèvres, Glass is Tomorrow for Nude Glass and MUDAC. Some of the designer’s most iconic works can be found a top galleries Kreo, Libby Sellers and Ormond.