Born on October 1, 1990 in France, Jean-Baptiste Colleuille graduated from the «Ecole Supérieure d’Art et de Design (ESAD) of Reims, France» in 2014. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree of Product and Furniture Design. In 2015 he continued his studies at the «Ecole Cantonale d’Art (ECAL) of Lausanne, Switzerland» where he obtained his Master’s Degree of Advanced Studies in Luxury and Craftsmanship. Jean-Baptiste Colleuille’s approach to design is characterised by an artistic way of thinking linked to a strong cultural aspect, his passion for vernacular uses and objects, the correlation between craftsmanship and contemporary industry. He is concerned about the emotions created by products and their presence.
During his studies he worked for four months in the Studio of Design of Mathilde Bretillot in Paris, France where he contribute to the drawing research, following the development of numerous projects and exhibitions. Jean Baptiste Colleuille participated also in various workshops together with designers such as Laura Bethan Wood, Formafantasma, Stéphane Villard & Gaëlle Gabillet as well as Noam Toran. He worked for several international companies such as Crhistofle, Vacheron Constantin, De Sede, Ruinart, Milka and the «Fondation Bettencourt pour l’Intelligence de la Main».
Jean-Baptiste Colleuille’s works have been exhibited in several museums including the Centre Pompidou and Le Lieux du Design in Paris, France as well as the Museo Bagatti Valsecchi in Milan, Italy.