Bosetti—Desjardins is a New York-based collaboration servicing all things architecture, art and design. Established in 2018, Bosetti—Desjardins was a reaction to the hyper-intellectualized design and theories of today. We prefer pragmatism to idealism. We embrace the object, the banal and the utilitarian as the principal opportunities for producing innovatively simple solutions to the design problems we seek to solve. 
David Kagawa

David Kagawa received his Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Washington and his Master of Architecture from Columbia University. He worked for OMA and SO–IL prior to starting Bosetti—Desjardins with Harrison. With projects across the United States, Europe, and Asia, his prior experiences vary in scale and have focused on cultural, commercial, as well as civic spaces. Currently, David is working at GLUCK+, an architect-led, design-build practice, where he has been focused on private residential work.
Harrison Nesbitt

Prior to Bosetti—Desjardins, Harrison worked at Zeller & Moye and Herzog & de Meuron, with projects in the United States, Switzerland, Israel, and Mexico. His projects have ranged in scale and program, including schools, museums, hotels and private residences. He holds his Master of Architecture from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from the University of Calgary. Alongside his work at Bosetti-Desjardins, Harrison is a senior designer with the Powered by We team at WeWork, focusing on large scale, high visibility Fortune-500 workspaces.