Thibault Huguet was born in 1989 in the Massif Central region of France. After training as an industrial designer and gaining a master's degree at the École supérieure d'art et design in Saint-Étienne, he spent six years working for major design agencies.
In 2020, he set up his own studio in Paris. Now based in Brussels, he continues to work with major brands such as Cartier, Paco Rabanne and Givenchy, as well as with architecture studios, for whom he designs furniture and specific objects. At the same time, he creates his own designs in collaboration with French and Belgian craftsmen. He draws his inspiration from a wide variety of fields, including shipbuilding and aeronautics, and sometimes from fields far removed from design, such as archaeology. His creations combine traditional craftsmanship with the constraints of industrial design, blending and enriching each other to create a unique product. He pays particular attention to the details and uses of his objects.

In October 2022, he co-founded the Meet Met Met collective with Jean-Baptiste Anotin and Helder Barbosa, which aims to promote the new guard of international design through themed exhibitions. The first of these took place at Paris Design Week 2023. In 2024, the collective was offered the curation of the Factory space at Paris Design Week.

In parallel with his activities, he teaches design at the Ecole Boulle to pass on his experience, with the aim of fostering links between design and the crafts.