AYSE BIRSEL and BIBI SECK are product designers. In 2002, their collaboration on the design of a concept interior for Renault led to the creation of their studio Birsel + Seck in New York. Bibi Seck was lead designer at Renault for 12 years, bringing Scénic I and II, Twingo II and Trafic to market. Ayse is the designer of the zoë Washlet, for the Japanese manufacturer TOTO, unofficially coined the world’s most comfortable toilet seat. She is also the designer of the Resolve office system for Herman Miller, which is in MoMA’s permanent collection. Fueled by curiosity, disrespect for existing solutions and a love for drawing as a way to think, they design products for Herman Miller, Hewlett Packard, HBF, Merati, Target and ACME.