Roger Pitiot (born 1952) is a French Designer
Roger Pitiot’s career spans 30 years. He has received numerous outstanding design awards. He became a designer because he always had a passion for tearing things apart and putting them back together, and he has had a continuing interest in finding out about the nature of things...a curiosity about how the world. works .
Roger is an ENSAD Fellow, an active design consultant, and a teacher. After graduate in 1976 He joined the Design team of the Salomon Group, and participle of the settling of SX 90 the first SALOMON ski boot Designed with Roger Tallon.
He Found "Design Partners" known as DP in 1982, continuing the collaboration with SALOMON: the SX 91 presented in 1985 became a classical of design. During more than ten years, Design Partners Design all the SALOMON ski boots. Later, TEFAL, HPF, VULLI, PATRICK then SAGEM join DP. In 1989, the "Laureat" compact phones from France Telecom, became a best-seller and the American company TAYLOR MADE, became an important customer. After 10 years Design Partners broke up in 1993.
He taught in ENSAD  from 1992 till 1994 in the Product Design department . After renewal of the team and the birth of "cube". CALOR, CARNAC, MILLET, FELLOWES, join the list of customers.
In 1996 began, with the KIDP (Korean Institute of design Promotion) the Asian adventure in Korea..
In 1999 after one year spent in Viet Nam, he moved to Seoul. While keeping in touch with the European customers, He extended the collaboration with the Korean companies,
Since 2000 He teaches in IDAS, (post graduate school of Hongik University) in Seoul, sharing his time between education, conferences and consulting in Asia and Europe. He is now Project studio director & Manager of the Grenoble residence at ENSCI