Satyendra Pakhalé was born in 1967 in Washim in the Indian Maharashtra.
After his initial Industrial Design studies at the Industrial Design Centre Bombay and then Advanced Products Design at the Art Center College of Design in the Swiss La-Tour-de-Pleiz, he worked as Senior Product Designer for Philips in Eindhoven for three years; there he developed the interior furnishing of the concept car Pangéa among others.
In 1998 Satyendra Pakhalé founded his own design studio in Amsterdam where he realized projects for renowned companies such as Moroso, Cor-Unum, Magis and Alessi. Satyendra Pakhalé became famous especially thanks to his products for which he used unusual materials or logo-like forms such as e.g. by the “Fish Chair” for Cappellini or the “Flower Offering Chair” for EKWC.
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