Le Moigne works across lighting, products, jewellery and furniture and has developed work for Eternit, Atelier Pfister and the City of Geneva.
The Libby Sellers show aims to offer and overview of his work to date, including limited edition pieces developed for galleries in Paris and Berlin.
Making its debut at Libby Sellers will be the leather Slip stool, while also going on show will be jewellery for AE Koechert and seating for Eternit.
The show will also feature Le Moigne’s Public Clock work, first made for the City of Geneva in 2006, which displays the time through words.
Nicolas Le Moigne is at Gallery Libby Sellers, Berners Street, London W1T from 8 February-10 March.