Sebastian Büscher

Born in Hamm, Germany in 1976, Sebastian Büscher successfully completed his studies as an interior designer at the FH Hildesheim (University of Applied Sciences), Germany. Since 2000 he had worked for various interior designers before opening his own of­fice in 2002 and developing his vision of an architect and, in particular, his love of product design. For him, the traditional boundaries are blurring – good ar­chitecture and interior design are closely connected.
  • Sebastian Büscher Vision


    Its outstanding and

    timeless design is

    reminiscent of a modern TV.

    The form of »vision« brings fire direct to the viewing area of the observer. This chimney stove relies on a purist as well as exciting shape, by skilfully placing the base backwards with a counterweight. »vision« has been tested for room-air-independent operation.

  • Sebastian Büscher Pico


    »pico« permits

    a view oft he flames

    from anywhere.

    »pico« has a clear and unique form that makes it fit into almost any ambience, and permits development of new furnishing ideas. Straight-lined but distinctive, it is an object of modern interior design. »pico« is glazed on three sides, thus permitting view of the flames from anywhere.

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