An immersive journey into the heart and it’s physiology.




Designing the physical and digital tools for immersive cardiology team training.



Disrupt Disability

Developping novel aesthetics for wheelchair fashion.



Big Heart Data

How can speculative design help imagine the future of self diagnosis in cardiology?



Random Revolution

What if our digital landscape was driven by randomness?



Digital Umbilical

Can dance and bio-technology have an impact at social level?


Our work is driven by a
human-centred methodology which weaves together three strands – body, research, technology.

Body represents our human-centred approach to design, and the inspiration we find in human physiology and nature. Technology is the application of science used to solve problems. In our work, it represents our focus on research and innovation. Research is the scientific discipline, research area or societal issue which we are responding to.

Research and

Understanding the potential
of scientific innovation
through design research.

Design and

Taking a holistic,
multidisciplinary approach
to design for visual impact


Maximisation the impact
and communication,
reaching new audiences.

We are a design studio bringing a creative and collaborative approach to science, technology and healthcare.

Our vision is to combine the power of design with scientific research and emerging technologies to explore new ways to create, innovate and communicate novel healthcare/scientific systems with a diverse audience.

Founder bio

Salomé Bazin is the founder of Cellule Design Studio. She received a BA in Product Design in Paris and an MA in Industrial Design from Central Saint Martins.

Salomé’s work covers a wide range of practice including product design, experience design, graphics, lighting design and scenography. She previously worked for award-winning designer Es Devlin and for a portfolio of clients including Samsung, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Burberry and WhiteCube. She now specializes in science and research.

Cellule Studio was acknowledged by the Design Museum as one of the ’10 most exciting UK emerging design practice of 2019’.