Born in France in 1979, Guillaume Delvigne studied at the Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and the Politecnico di Milano. Graduated in 2002, he starts in Milan at George J. Sowden studio, co-founder of the Memphis movement. In parallel, he quickly starts to design his own objects, for an Italian editor named Industreal. In 2004 he settles in Paris and for a few years, he works along-side various renowned designers such as RADI Designers, Delo Lindo, Elium Studio, Marc Newson or Cédric Ragot.
In 2011 he opens his own studio, inaugurates his first personal exhibition at the ToolsGalerie and receives the Grand Prize of the creation of the city of Paris. He leads now a lot of projects for big french and foreign companies such as Hermès, Givenchy, Cristal de Sèvres, La Redoute, Fabbian, Habitat or Tefal, just as for young editors like La Chance, Hartô or ENOstudio. His designs are regularly exposed during exhibitions in France and abroad and have been awarded or belong to permanent collections. He is a member of the design collective Dito since 2006.