Big-Game: Everyday Objects: Industrial Design Works
by Susanne Stuber (Introduction), Anniina Koivu (Contributor)
Big-Game is a design studio based in Lausanne, Switzerland, founded in 2004 by Augustin Scott de Martinville, Grégoire Jeanmonod and Elric Petit. Based on a series of interviews with the founders, this book looks at 15 years of the group’s industrial design work on everyday objects, by way of anecdotes about the inception of their most successful work. Illustrated with 200 diagrams and photographs made for this publication (which is published on the occasion of a retrospective at Lausanne’s Mudac Museum), the book examines projects including wine bottles designed for supermarkets, a set of cutlery for an airline, a collaboration with Japanese potters and a piece of Ikea furniture.