BIG-GAME is a design company created by Elric Petit, Grégoire Jeanmonod and Augustin Scott of Martinville. Graduates of the Cantonal School of Art of Lausanne and La Cambre (Brussels), where they all studied industrial design. BIG-GAME is now based exclusively in Lausanne. Winner of the “Die Besten” competition in 2005 and the Swiss Federal Design Scholarship, their work is represented at numerous exhibitions. They design objects for : Karimoku, Cinna, Mustache. Their creations are part of the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich, the Grand-Hornu Museum, the Center Georges Pompidou as well as the Fonds d’Art National Contemporain. BIG-GAME also works with prestigious design galleries such as Kreo in Paris to create more exclusive pieces.Their first solo exhibition, “Overview” was in October 2008 and was installed in the Grand-Hornu Museum in Belgium. Their work is often organized by object collection, such as “Heritage in Progress”, “Plus is more” or “Blur”. In addition to their studio work, BIG-GAME members also teach design at ECAL and give courses and workshops in schools all over the world.