There can’t be many designers who studied at ESSEC business school followed by Sciences-Po Paris, interned at Japan’s parliamentary body and still managed to graduate from ENSCI design school by the age of 30. But when you realize that Constance Guisset started her studio in 2009 and a bare year later was named one of the ten designers of the year at Maison & Objet, Now! Design à Vivre and was awarded the Audi Talents Awards – you realise Guisset is a breed apart. Since then she has worked for brands ranging from Petite Friture to Nature & Découvertes via travel accessories for Louis Vuitton Malletier, not to mention stage design for ballet and concerts, interiors for Accor Suite Novotel plus scenographies for Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Her work has also been chosen for the Design Museum/Phillips auction Time for Design on 28 April alongside luminaries like Thomas Heatherwick, Ross Lovegrove and Frank Gehry. Here the incomparable French designer reveals her love of movement and the secret to her multidisciplinary practice.