Born in Saint-Nazaire in 1979, Guillaume Delvigne studied at the Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and the Politecnico di Milano. After graduating in 2002, he began his career in Milan with George J. Sowden’s agency, co-founder of the Memphis movement. At the same time, he begins to draw his own objects, especially porcelain for the Italian editor Industreal.
In 2004, he moved to Paris and worked on industrial design projects for several years with renowned designers such as RADI Designers, Delo Lindo, Marc Newson, Elium Studio or Cédric Ragot.
In 2011, Guillaume Delvigne opened his own studio, inaugurated his first solo exhibition at the Tools Gallery and won the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris. Today, he leads numerous projects for big French industries such as Givenchy, Hermès, Cristal de Sèvres, Habitat or Tefal. He also works internationally in the field of furniture with Fabbian, Karakter or Mitja, but also for young French design editors such as La Chance, Hartô and ENOStudio.
His creations are regularly presented at exhibitions in France and abroad. Some of his creations have been awarded prizes and are part of permanent collections.