is a Paris based designer whose work ranges from industrial design to research based projects

From discarded industrial tools, we imagined a range of removable benches suitable for private, collective and public spaces, indoors or outdoors.

SAI39 bench was designed as part of the Design&Territoire program, supported by institutions including the ADEME, the DRAC and the Nouvelle-Acquitaine region.


Dot is a table lighting designed for 3D printing. Its waste-free production requires no post-processing and takes advantage of commonly available manufactured elements. In particular, we worked on textures and finishing to propose a high-end lamp that has a warm presence.



Pavillon is a lamp made from tubular steel scraps. The range is designed from unchanged elements : its construction system allows for a variety of lamps to meet different needs. Pavillon is available as a portable lamp and as a pendant lamp.

The project received the 1st price of the Cinna/Ligne Roset Révélateur de Talents competition in 2021.


Ville Albertine↗
“Objects are witnesses to practices linked to the history of a place or community, forming a prism through which we can question our own way of life and its archetypes. Through the conception of daily objects, designer Robin Bourgeois works memory as a material, and brings the past into the present in New York City”

Research led in New York during Villa Albertine residency program, in partnership with WantedDesign and École des Arts Décoratifs, and with the support of Fondation Bettencourt Schueller. 

The residency resulted in an article on Villa Albertine Magazine↗ and a conference given at the Musée d’Orsay.

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