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Pascal Bosetti
Bosetti Design Studio

Hermann-Vogel-Str. 34
80805 München

+49 170 555 02 81


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In 2015, Pascal Bosetti founded his studio in Munich. He focuses on industrial design, furniture design and scenographics with his latest projects including designs for Bolia, Conmoto, Freistil, Leolux, Pode and Rolf Benz. For his work he has been awarded with the ‘Good Design Award’ by the Chicago Athenaeum and the ‘German Design Award’ by the German Design Council.

In 2017 Pascal Bosetti has been portrayed in the book ‘Best of German Interior Design’ by Distanz as one of the 50 most renowned German designers of home interior products.



2018   GIO, Goed Industrieel Ontwerp for ‚Nihan‘ by Pode
2017   German Design Award for ‚Arco‘ by Increva
2017   German Design Award – Special mention for ‚Mito‘ by Conmoto
2016   Good Design Award for ‚Mito‘ awarded by the Chicago Athenaeum
2015   German Design Award for ‚RB 973‘ by Rolf Benz
2011   ADC Junior Award with ‚Everybody is‘
2008   Nominee for the Bavarian State Prize for Young Designers with ‚Nautilus’
2008   State Prize of North Rhine-Westphalia Designtalents for ‚Jurte‘


Pascal Bosetti’s approach to design is characterized by emotion, functionality and stringency in form. Coming from a craftsmanship’s background, he has a special passion for materials, their properties and how to use them – whether they demand an innovative, romantic, or functional approach.

Find a portrait about Pascal and his work by ‘Raum und Wohnen’ here.


After his training as master craftsmen for metal works, Pascal Bosetti graduated from the Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst (Basle, Switzerland) with a master’s degree in arts and design in 2010. At Rolf Benz (Nagold, Germany) he worked as both designer and product manager for two years before starting an independent career as designer. Since 2011, Pascal also works as a guest lecturer at the Academy of Crafts and Design (Aachen, Germany).