Born April 17, 1977 in Lomé, Togo, Kossi Aguessy studied Industrial and Interior design in the United Kingdom, at the Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design in London. He lived and worked in the United Kingdom, the United States and France. Independent since 2004. He collaborated with the StarkNetwork in Paris before establishing his self-named studio in Paris, France, in 2008, while assuming in the other hand the Art Direction function for the London based Pan-African television channel Vox.
Kossi Aguessy’s works were permanently included in the Beaubourg Museum Collection in 2013. He became the first African descent designer having a nominative section in the French contemporary arts and design Museum. Futuristic, multi-cultural and polymorphic, Kossi Aguessy’s signature results from practical, technological, sociological and formal researches. The designer and artist was considered as a “Design Researcher” among those who are called “future engineers” and “Multi-versatile”.