Born in 1974 in Geneva, the Swiss-French designer Hervé Rigal is a partner of BaseGVA.
Rigal has directed avant-garde projects such as beople Magazine, Bozar Museum, and created the graphic identity of Geneva Public Transportation and the Olympic Museum in Lausanne. He works in diverse areas such as fashion, art, branding, signage, and consulting.
Hervé directs, with his partners Gerald Moulière and Anthony Franklin, a team of ten people in Geneva and works closely with offices in Brussels, New York, and Santiago.
In 2012, he became a member of the Swiss Society of Graphic Designers (SGV). Hervé is a regular speaker and an external jury in Geneva HEAD (Art and Design Geneva School) and EAAD Geneva.