In 2001, Charles Kaisin graduated from Ron Arad's class at the Royal College of Art in London where he explored the processes that generate forms.
He had already qualified as an architecture in Brussels.
In 1997, Charles did an internship at the studio of Jean Nouvel in Paris and at Tony Cragg in Germany. In 2000, he took part in an exchange program at the Kyoto University of Arts, where he studied the art of paper folding and the processes of extending objects.
Charles Kaisin has different areas of predilection: recycling, geometry & movements. The objects he creates have a contemporary design & singular identity. He articulates his work around 3 axes: objects design, architecture & scenography. This makes him versatile and allows him to extend his creative spectrum.
He is also a lecturer at Saint-Luc, school of architecture in Brussels, where he manages the Master in Design course.
Charles Kaisin collaborates with brands such as Hermès, Cartier, Rolls-Royce, Delvaux, Roederer, Ice-Watch, Vange, Pierre Marcolini and Val-Saint-Lambert just to cite a few. He realizes numerous projects in Europe, USA, Asia and Morocco where he designed the Almaha hotel.
The Surrealist Dinners were born out of a private party at Charles and are taking an international dimension in the world of luxury and art.