Born in 1981, Adrien Rovero holds a Master’s in Industrial Design from the ECAL (École Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne, Switzerland). Active in the realms of furniture, lighting and exhibition design, he opened his studio in Renens in 2006. He thinks up and designs objects for such high-end brand stores as Hermes (France), Pfister (Switzerland), Droog Design (Holland), Campeggi (Italy), Tectona (France), Sèvres cité de la céramique (France), Freitag (Switzerland), Swatch (Switzerland) and the Cristallerie Saint-Louis (France). Prestigious cultural institutions exhibit among their permanent collections and temporary shows Rovero's work : including the Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Grand-Hornu Images (Belgium), the Manufacture de Sèvres (France), the NMNM (Monaco) and the Mucem (Marseilles) and the mudac (Lausanne). Adrien Rovero’s work is rooted in his keen observation of the details and needs of his surroundings. This inspires highly inventive designs, as uncluttered as they are effective, and comprising a formal vocabulary built up out of assemblage, repurposing and shifting around shapes, materials, references and purposes. In 2007 and 2011 he won the Swiss Federal Design Prize, The Mudac (Lausanne) organised a solo exhibition entitled "Landscale".