Born 1981 in Constance/Germany.
Sebastian Däschle lives and works in Berlin/Germany as a designer, architect and stage designer. He works with creative means on socio-political topics with the objective of a poetical and sustainable lifestyle.
Most recently, Sebastian Däschle initiated the pilot project CUCULA – Refugees Company for Crafts and Design that has attracted Germany-wide media interest. Its product, the further development of the Sedia Uno by Enzo Mari to the »Botschafter-Stuhl«, was incorporated into the permanent collection of the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein/Germany.
This project reflects the polarity of his previous work. On the one hand, the concrete design of furniture, stage sets and houses, which at best emulates the hands-on philosopher Buckminster Fuller. On the other hand, initiating and conceptualising projects that evade material formation, just like Lucius Burkhardt appropriately expressed it in the sentence »Design is invisible«.
During his studies, in 2006, Sebastian Däschle founded the interdisciplinary artist group crucible. In 2009 the foundation of the company dua followed, which promotes author design and sells in small series. With his own studio, he works together with Galerie Rossana Orlandi in Milan/Italy.