In only a short period of time the French designer Mathieu Lehanneur has established himself as a rising star of the global design community. He creates breakthrough work at the nexus of design and the human body, bionic structures, geometrical forms, and both the rational and irrational sides of science. Lehanneur shapes aesthetic objects that provide astounding insight into the complexity of organic systems as well as cleverly address and comment on social issues. This first monograph is a cutting-edge collection of his creative explorations in the areas of interior design, product design, and art. An extensive interview with the designer by the Serpentine Gallery’s Hans Ulrich Obrist as well as texts by the Museum of Modern Art’s Paola Antonelli, designer Ross Lovegrove, and others illuminate the incomparable visual language that make Mathieu Lehanneur one of the most celebrated and sought-after designers working today.