John Sebastian

Designer Frederiksberg / Denmark

0
send a message
John Sebastian 0
John Sebastian
John Sebastian was born in 1975 in Denmark and grew up in Horsholm. In 1997 he entered the Engineering College of Copenhagen to study modern manufacturing processes.
In 2001 John Sebastian set up his own studio in Copenhagen.
In the same year, Easy, his first foray into furniture design, was exhibited at Scandinavian Furniture Fair. This showing led to an introduction to Jacob Gubi and in 2004 Easy became a part of Gubi’s collection.
In 2003 he developed a concept bike for Biomega, JS01.
The bike was exhibited together with Biomega’s Copenhagen Bike, Marc Newson’s MN01 and Ross Lovegrove’s RL01 at the Dreams on Wheels exhibition at The Danish Design Centre in Copenhagen and at the Superdanish exhibition at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto.
John Sebastian began a co-operation with Stelton in 2004.
The brief was to create an evolution of Erik Magnussen’s renowned thermos, which resulted in the Pingo series and a line of objects was to follow. Same year Fritz Hansen asked him to design a complete furniture collection.
2005 brought the Glow lightning series for the glass manufacturer Holmegaard and Royal Copenhagen commissioned him to create a complete range of Pots and Pans, a family of 39 units.
Samsung Electronic announced John Sebastian as brand ambassador, using his skills as profile for advertisement campaigns alongside him working as consultant till 2008.
In 2006 he designed the Honey Moon lamp collection for the Italian lighting manufacture Kundalini/ Troconi.
Since 2007, John Sebastian has been working with Dupont Corian, for whom he created a numerous projects as Leaf, a table centrepiece for the Dupont Corian 40 years / 40 designers travel exhibition, the Verve chair (in collaboration with Bang & Olufsen), and the Haptech Kitchen among others.
In 2010 the Grace collection and a winerack, for the Luxury brand Georg Jensen was released and he started working as consultant for SONY. Throughout the years, his work has been recognized with numerous of international design awards and profiled in Wallpaper as a leading designer of the next generation. His work is frequently published and exhibited worldwide.
John Sebastian
John Sebastian
  • Address Bentzonsvej 54, Ground floor th, 2000 Frederiksberg | Denmark
  • Tel +4538880869

John Sebastian was born in 1975 in Denmark and grew up in Horsholm. In 1997 he entered the Engineering College of Copenhagen to study modern manufacturing processes. In 2001 John Sebastian set up his own studio in Copenhagen. In the same year, Easy, his first foray into furniture design, was exhibited at Scandinavian Furniture Fair. This showing led to an introduction to Jacob Gubi and in 2004 Easy became a part of Gubi’s collection. In 2003 he developed a concept bike for Biomega, JS01. The bike was exhibited together with Biomega’s Copenhagen Bike, Marc Newson’s MN01 and Ross Lovegrove’s RL01 at the Dreams on Wheels exhibition at The Danish Design Centre in Copenhagen and at the Superdanish exhibition at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. John Sebastian began a co-operation with Stelton in 2004. The brief was to create an evolution of Erik Magnussen’s renowned thermos, which resulted in the Pingo series and a line of objects was to follow. Same year Fritz Hansen asked him to design a complete furniture collection. 2005 brought the Glow lightning series for the glass manufacturer Holmegaard and Royal Copenhagen commissioned him to create a complete range of Pots and Pans, a family of 39 units. Samsung Electronic announced John Sebastian as brand ambassador, using his skills as profile for advertisement campaigns alongside him working as consultant till 2008. In 2006 he designed the Honey Moon lamp collection for the Italian lighting manufacture Kundalini/ Troconi. Since 2007, John Sebastian has been working with Dupont Corian, for whom he created a numerous projects as Leaf, a table centrepiece for the Dupont Corian 40 years / 40 designers travel exhibition, the Verve chair (in collaboration with Bang & Olufsen), and the Haptech Kitchen among others. In 2010 the Grace collection and a winerack, for the Luxury brand Georg Jensen was released and he started working as consultant for SONY. Throughout the years, his work has been recognized with numerous of international design awards and profiled in Wallpaper as a leading designer of the next generation. His work is frequently published and exhibited worldwide.