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Alvar Aalto ranks among the greatest names of modern architecture and modern design.
Anne Lehmann considers herself as „visual person“ who is happy with pretty things. This feeling she also wants to cause in other people with her designs.
The Netherlands Ben Oostrum was born in 1960 and studied Sculpture at the (1960) Wilhelm Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. This background distinguishes Oostrum significantly from other designers.
David Edwards is a professor at the renowned Harvard University, scientist, inventor and writer. With Le Laboratoure he created an art and science center in Paris, where he presents innovative products.
Fabio Novembre is an international successful architect and designer who loves provocation and who plays in the first league of design scene today with his works.
Frank Oehring lives and works as a sculptor, drawer and designer in Berlin. He designed many sculptors, wall relief, light plastics and light installations which can be looked at on public rooms.
Grisella Kreiterling was born in 1971 and studied industrial design at the University for Applied Arts in Hamburg after she reached her high school graduation. Since 2003 she works together with Tomke Biallas and together they founded Nordprodukt GbR.
Jakob Timpe studied architecture and was a fellow at the German academy Rom Villa Massimo. His studio jts+o studio in Berlin works together with namely institutions and companies.
Roberto Palomba and Ludovica Palomba Serafini lead their own studio named “Palomba Serafini Associati” in Verona since 1994. The results of their work are products that connect the past and the future.
Mikal Harrsen founded his own design studio in the year 2009. Thereby the industrial designer doesn’t follow a prepared philosophy, but tries to constantly develop solutions for demands of the future.
The diploma designer Claus Zimmermann and Roland Knieg exchange their design ideas and help each other to realize them since 1996. The agency next space serves therefore since 2001 as platform.
Already during his studies, Oskar Zieta began to experiment with sheet as material and thereby developed his „FiDu-Technolody“ which creates sheet furniture such as his Plopp Stool, being inflated by interior pressure with air or water.
Already during his studies, Bronwasser worked as free designer, wherewith he made the base stone for an own studio after his University studies. He founded his own design studio in Amsterdam with Smool in 2002.
Sean Yoo grew up in Los Angeles and received a degree in Industrial Design at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Prior to that he had also received a degree in Urban Plannnig and had worked as a city planner.
Thomas Bentzen woks as partner in the Copenhagen design studio Louise Campbell since summer 2006. He co-founded the also in Copenhagen based design group Remove.
Uwe Fischer, once with the experimental design group Ginbande a pioneer of „New German Design“, is professor in Stuttgart and manager of his own design office today.
Alfredo Häberli was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1964. Today, Alfredo Häberli is a world-famous designer who works from Zurich.
The Belgian Anthony Duffeleer leads a successful architecture office together with his wife Freia Rombouts. His lamp “No Fruit” won the prestigious iF Design Award in 2004.
The French designer Philippe Patrick Starck is deemed to be the pop star under designers. He was born in the year 1949 in Paris and like no other he has coined the contemporaneous everyday culture with his design.
Rodolfo Dordoni, architect and designer, was born in Milan, where he finished his architecture studies in 1979. Since then he was artificial leader of Artemide, Cappellini, Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Minotti and since 2006 also of Roda.
Max Bill was born on the 22nd December 1908 in the Swiss Winterthur. Max Bill finished an apprenticeship as a silversmith at the arts school in Zurich from 1924 to 1927.
Marcel Wanders was born in 1963 in Boxtel/ the Netherlands. After being expelled from the Design Academy in Eindhoven because he was considered to be unteachable, Wanders studied in Maastricht and Hasselt (Belgium) and graduated 1988 in Arnheim cum laude.
Ron Arad was born in 1951 in Tel Aviv. After having studied at the Art Academy in Jerusalem, he moved in 1973 to London where he studied until 1974 at the Architectural Association under Peter Cool and Bernhard Tschumi.
Tom Dixon was born 1959 in Sfax, Tunisia to a French/Latvian mother and an English father, but he grew up in great britain from the age of 4 years on. As an autodidact he got into the design business.
For decades Bruno Munari is well-known in Italy as artist, graphic designer, journalist and author of children’s books.
Jasper Morrison was born in London in 1959, and graduated in Design at Kingston Polytechnic Design School, London (1979-82 BA(Des.) ) and The Royal College of Art for Post Graduate studies (1982-85 MA(Des.) RCA). In 1984 he studied at Berlin’s HdK on a Sc
Karim Rashid was born in Egypt, raised in England, educated in Canada, and worked in Italy for a few years before opening his own studio in New York in 1993.
The Italian designer, living in Germany, Richard Sapper is one of the most important international designers and professors of the last 30 years.
Marc Newson was born in 1962 in Sydney, Australia. During his childhood, he travelled a lot through Europe and Asia After graduating in 1984 from the College of Art in Sydney in sculpture design and jewellery, he moved to Tokyo.
Born in Wales in 1958, Ross Lovegrove counts to the most important contemporary product-designers today.
Chris Kabel was born in 1975 in Haarlem (NL) and grew up in Bloemendaal. In 2000 did he finish his design studies at the Design-Akademy Eindhovenand went to Rotterdam, where he still lives and works.
Aldo Rossi (May 3, 1931 - September 4, 1997) was an Italian architect and designer who accomplished the unusual feat of achieving international recognition in three distinct areas: theory, drawing, and architecture.
Furniture and design objects by the 1970 in Karstula born Koskinen are interesting for the international market, over the borders of Finland, since a long time.
Wilhelm Wagenfeld was one of the most important German industrial designers of the 20th century and Bauhaus student.
Born in 1931 in Milan, Alessandro Mendini plays a big role in the developing of the Italian design. His works are stylish and rich on historic cover, unconventional, radical and combine art, architecture and design.
& design is a group of product- and Interface-Designers, which came together in 2005 in Tokyo. Its goal was, to get over the boundries between product and design.
3Part is a Danish design-team that exists since 1998. Meanwhile 3Part occupies 15 employees and runs offices in Aarhus and Copenhagen. 3Part designs products and solutions for Danish and international companies.
Abi Alice is a Sydney-based artist and designer whose practice spans many disciplines. She approaches her design work from an artistic point of view. In many instances her geometric paintings become the foundation for her product design.
Achille Castiglioni (1918-2002) is of the most influencing designers of the 20th century. Together with his brothers Livio and Giacomo, Achille run a bureau for architecture where they created trend-setting design.
Jörg Adam and Dominik Harborth founded the Design Office Adam and Harborth in 1998 in Berlin. They worked in product- and graphic design and also developing exhibitions and design oriented teaching material.
Adrian Meyer from the 1942 vintage completed his architecture studies at the Technikum Winterthur. Afterwards study visits in New York and Philadelphia followed. Adrian Meyer is partner in the Burkhard office, Meyer Architekten BSA, Baden since 1968.
Nikolaus Hartl, born in Munich in 1969 and Hannes Weber, born in Würzburg in 1968 lead the defacto.design agency.
Aina Aalto is the designer of the Aalto glasses and wife of Alvar Aalto. Her creations are still up-to-date and her glasses can be found at any occasion – from formal dinner parties to casual children’s treats.
HELIX-Akantus are the three designers Rolf Bürger, Cornelius van den Hövel and Gerhard Scherbinski-von Volkmann, which founded HELIX-Akantus in 1989 and still lead the business of Akantus.
Akiko Kuwahata studied from 1995 to 1999 Interior-Design in Japan. After her graduation she worked as a carpenter in a furniture shop from 1999 to 2006 before she began studying Furniture and Interior Architecture in Aarhus in 2004.
Alain Berteau was born in Aachen in 1971 and studied architecture in Brussels before he founded his studio Alain Berteau in 2002.
Design as a second life. After studying Political Sciences and Marketing Management, Alain Gilles went on to work in the financial world.
Alain Monnens was born in September 23th in 1969 in Bree in Belgium. His degree as an industrial designer he made at the media & design academy. In the year 2000 Monnens founded then his own design studio that he renamed into idam bvba in the year 2006.
Alberto Meda was born in Tremezzina (Como) in 1945. And he belongs to the most productive product designers of the present. Besides designing several products for famous companies does he teach at popular instituts and universities.
Alejandro Aravena (*1967), architect of the Universidad Católica de Chile (UC), founded the Alejandro Aravena Architects office in the year 1994.
Aleksi Kuokka is one of the driving forces of the new generation of Finnish designers. His design work comes out of communication perspectives.
Alessandro Dubini studied design and architecture in Milan. Moreover he graduated in engineer-science in Friburg. In the year 2000 he founded his own design studio Cosmo. Since 2004 Alessandro Dublini works and lives in Montecarlo.
Alex Hellum is designer for furniture and products and works with his company Hertford in Great Britain. He developed his own style combining observation, usefulness and the real usage of material.
Alexander Begge, born in 1941, designed only one furniture line: Casalino.
Alexander Girard, born 1907 in New York City, counts to the most embossing representatives of the American post-war design together with George Nelson and Charles and Ray Eames.
Alexander Schenk is a design consultant, product designer and master carpenter. Between 1996 and 2004 he was product manager for day-care-center furniture. Since 1985 he creates and markets his own designs for different areas.
Alexander Schnell-Waltenberger was born in 1958. The diplomed industry designer founded in 1993 his own company "Formgestaltung" in which he follows the design of consumption and investitions goods, packaging development and trade fair design.
Born in 1975 in the North East of England Alexander Taylor went on to study Furniture and Product Design at Nottingham Trent University and began his career with London based architects Procter:Rihl before deciding to realize his own designs and set up a
Ali was born and grew-up in Iran. He was studying Physical Education at Ahwaz University when revolution in 1979 led to the closure of universities.
Alissia Melka-Teichroew is a young unconventional designer from New York. In her fancy designs are many influences from different countries.
It is scarcely known that the Bauhaus along its existence also focused on children’s world. Especially children’s furniture and toy-designs by Alma Buscher (1899-1944) were part of the official self-representation of the Bauhaus.
Anders Geert is a visionary, full of ideas, conceptually strong, determined and willing to collaborate without losing the focus. He created the new Stelton i:cons line.
The Norway designer Andreas Engesvik was born in 1970. In the year 2000 Andreas Engesvik graduated and became the founder of the design studio Norway in the same year. He works with his own name since 2009.
Andreas Janson was born in Neuss. From 1991 to 1994 he finished a cabinet maker schooling and founded in 1996 the factory association JAKU-Form. In 2008 the company Janson & Partner was founded.
Andreas Mikkelsen was born in 1928. From 1989 Andreas Mikkelsen turned towards the design. He dsigned different tools with clear and accurate shapes for Georg Jensen.
Andrée Putman was born the 23rd December 1925 in Paris. The works of the French designer and interior architect are transcending genres.
Andries van Onck was born in Amsterdam in 1928. Before he founded his own design studio, he learned from namely teachers such as Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, Tomas Maldonado, Walter Zeischegg and Max Bill.
Angela & Ursula Hartig are the founder of the aniversal ® GbR. The two sisters are the founders of the cult reading help "Leselotte".
Angelo Mangiarotti was born in 1921 in Milan and graduated there in 1948 at the Polytechnic University as an architect. Mangiarotti was also acting in the USA and Japan. His works were awarded with international prizes.
Anja Kjær was born in 1956. She was trained as ceramist and glass-artist. Since then she worked for the company Holmegaard, designing and developing different products.
Since 2007 Anke works in her own name Bernotat & Co Design Studio. She focuses on interior products and furniture in her projects in the broadest sense: for homes, offices, on the way and in public areas.
The Italian architect and industrial designer Anna Castelli Ferrieri studied architecture at Milan Polytechnic from 1938 until 1943. In 1943 she married Giulio Castelli, a chemical engineer.
The Finnish designer Anna Salonen studied furniture design at the Arts and Design University Helsinki UIAH. In 2009 she founded the “mottoWASABI” studio where she still works as designer. Furthermore she designed the Luft wall shelf for Mox.
Antonio Citterio was born in Meda, Italy, in 1950. He made a lot of design jobs, for companies such as B&B Italia, Kartell and Vitra, that caused sensations.
Anu Penttinen graduated at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki. She focuses on glass material, which is why she leads a studio in Nuutajärvi Glass Village, where the most ancient glass houses of Finland are.
Arian Brekveld wurde 1968 in Apeldoorn, Niederlande, geboren. Er schloss seine Ausbildung an der Design Akademie Eindhoven, Niederlande, im Jahr 1995 ab und arbeitet seit 1998 im eigenen Studio in Rotterdam.
Arman Emami has been honoured several times for his designs in the Berlin design office Emamidesign – founded by him.
Arne Jacobsen (1902-1971) used to be professor at the Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen and was appointed Dr. h.c. by several foreign universities and academies. He is considered as one of the pathfinders of the current furniture art..
Arne Quinze was born in 1971 in Belgium and lives and works in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium. In the eighties he began working as a graffiti artist but he never finished an official art education.
Since 1991 does Arnout Visser work independetly. He calls himself a designer and formfinder. Vissers works were awarded many different international design prizes.
aroma_ID was founded by both industrial designers André Stocker and Karsten Küber in 1999. Both of them have studied at the University for Design in Darmstadt.
Ori Niv was born in 1969. He is a graduate of product design studies, hold a BA in art from Tel Aviv University, and is a painter, copywriter, author an multidisciplinary artist.
Artek’s Drawing Studio was the creative focus of the company for many years. Ever since Aino Aalto’s time, it remained an integral part of the company, being the place where new designs were created and Artek’s exhibitions were planned.
Aurélien Barbry has an impressive career, working seven years as a designer for the French superstar architect Jean Nouvel on projects like the new concert hall for the Danish Radio in Copenhagen and Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris among other things.
The designer and diploma engineer of interior architecture Axel P. Huhold was born in Bremen in 1962. Together with his wife, the architect Christiane Salomon he also works in the "Global Design Factory" among others.
Axel Wowereit studied industrial design at the Bergisch University in Wuppertal. He founded his own design office “venturadesign” in 1994.
Ayako Hase was born in Mexico and she grew up in Buenos Aires and Argentina. In the year 2001 she moved to Germany. In Berlin she worked as a product and communication designer.
After their industrial design studies in Florence Adriano Baldanzi and Alessandro Novelli began their activity together with other colleagues dealing with design and company image. In 1984 they founded Baldanzi & Novelli studio.
Barba Corsini was born in the year 1916 in the Spanish city Tarragona and he passed by in the year 2008 in Barcelona. Corsini's father was an architect; for the young Corsini it was natural to begin architecture studies in Barcelona in the year 1932.
Barbara Schmidt studied at the HKD in Halle/ Burg Giebichensteinwie and spend one year at the University of Art and Design Helsinki. Since 1991 she is designer for the porcelain manufacturer Kahla/Thüringen.
Beat Glässer was born in Zurich in 1969. Between 1985 and 1990 he worked as carpenter in different workshops. In the year 1996 he graduated in Architecture at the ETH.
Beat Karrer has been born in Zurich. Meanwhile he leads his own design studio there. Beat Karrer has been honoured with numerous design awards for his products.
Benjamin Hopf has been a lot of years a part of the Büro für Form (office for shapes) which he founded with Constantin Wortmann. After nine years working together he founded in 2007 his own design studio Benjamin Hopf.
Benjamin Hubert was born in March the 11th in 1984. His designs are guided by the materials and manufacturing procedures and they insert simplicity and functionality into natural surroundings.
Benjamin Thut was born in Zurich in Swiss in 1959. After an apprenticeship as machines technician, he decided to study design and interior architecture at the University of Design and Arts in Zurich.
The Dipl. Product designer HfG Benny Mosimann was born in the year 1967. Mosimann works independently since 1998 and he has an own studio in Bern. His specialties are exposition designs, graphic, signage ethics, interior design and product development.
For 30 years, Bent Falk is involved in the fields industrial design, furniture art and lighting, out of them for 10 years in close cooperation with the Menu A/S.
Bent Krebs can ornament his card with many titles. He is an idea maker, innovator, former, designer, existence founder, gourmand, life-artist, golf player and many other things.
Beoc is the design office of the archiworkshop associati. The studio was founded in 2001 by Benedetto Quaquaro and Chiara Mennini and was devided in single product areas in 2009, besides product design also architecture and interior design.
Bertjan Pot was born in the year 1975 in Niewleusen, Netherlands and he works there as a self employed designer in cooperation with different international companies.
The architecture office Bevk Perović was founded in 1997. Both architects Matija Bevk and Vasa J. Perović stand behind the office’s name.
Bjarne Urhammer is a Danish architect and artist. He lives and works in Copenhagen. Urhammer designed the Flight Pendant Lamp for the company Novoform.
Björn Dahlström works both two-dimensional and three-dimensional. Among his works are the well-known, for Cbi designed furniture as well as technically demanding, industrial design products, for example for Atlas Copco.
Boje Estermann was born in 1961 and first of all, he worked as CEO for a French company for 8 years. Eventually, he decided to change his career and attended the design school "ENSCI- Les Ateliers" in Paris where he graduated in 1999.
Börge-Lindau (1932-1999) founded the design company Blå Station in 1986 in his hometown Åhus / Sweden. Before that, he created in a long lasting cooperation with Bo Linekrantz very successful seating furniture for the company Lammhults Mekaniska.
The design duo Bos en Couvee consists of Ariëtte Bos and Tom Couvée. They founded their common design studio in Rotterdam in the year 1992. They have designed the hammock Flying Hooks for the Netherlands manufacturer Goods.
Britt Bonnesen was born in 1971 and grew up in her father's glass factory. Like that she discovered the beauty and elegance of the gaffing technique and transferred this skillfully with her own products.
Britt Kornum studied at the University for Architecture and Furniture Design in Aarhus, Denmark and created the Norm03 light as work for her architecture study. Nowadays, it is sold successfully all over the world.
Bruno Christesen is product designer for Menu. His nutcracker, for which he obtained international acceptance, is legendary and was his first product for the company Menu.
The Design Studio Bruno Fattorini & Partners has been founded in Milan in 2009. It emerged out of the cooperation of Bruno Fattorini, the designer and founder of MDF Italia, and Robin Rizzini, an industrial designer.
He was born in 1907 in Värnamo in Sweden and died in 1988 also in Värnamo. His chair designs from the 30ies made him as popular as he is now.
Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, whose designs are in the world’s best design collections in the renowned collections of the “New collection Munich” since decades, was born in the Netherlands Boxtel in 1950.
Bruno Taut was born in 1880 in Königsberg. After working in Berlin and Magdeburg as a artist, architect and town planner did he escape from Germany in 1933 and died in Istanbul in 1938
Shortly after his graduation in industrial design, in 1998, Benjamin Hopf and Constantin Wortman founded the Büro für Form in Munich.
Cairn Young counts to the exceptional representatives of the new London design scene. Characterized by a distinctive sense for iconic volume and plastic forms, his innovative-emotional designs convince internationally.
Camilla Kropp was born in 1975 in Finland and workes now as self-employed designer in Germany. Kropp designed the Trio Glassset for Iittala in 2007.
Carina Ahlburg studied Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art Crafts and Design, Konstfack department of industrial design in Stockholm.
Seth-Andersson’s design products can be characterised by a bold, minimalist style and they never lose sight of the actual purpose and function.
The Swiss designer Carlo Borer builds objects with suggestive forms that encourage our fantasy and creativity without reducing the design's function. Form follows function without losing fantasy – might be his credo.
Carlo Conti was born near Milan in 1967. In 1998 he founded his own design studio, where he works as architect and designer. Namely companies such as Coop, Cappellini and Guzzini count to his clients.
Carlo Molino studied at the Instituto Superiore di Architettura in Turin, Art-History and Architecture. He became especially famous for his furniture designs, with which he advanced to become the founder of “Organic Designs”.
Carlo Tinti, designer, begins his activity in the world of interior impassioning himself to the study of custom furniture. Currently lives and works in Mestre (Venice) and he alternates the project activity to didactics activity.
As a designer, entrepreneur and fully established university lecturer, Carlotta de Bevilacqua is one of the major players in the world of contemporary lighting design and lighting research.
Born in 1966. After co-founding a first Design Studio and a long period in Asia, this highly qualified designer is again leading his own Design Office in Berlin.
Cecilie Manz was born in 1972 in the Danish Odsherred. After her studies at the Danish School of Design and the University of Art and Design in Helsinki did she openin 1998 her own Studio „Manz Lab“ in Copenhagen.
The French Cédric Ragot graduated in desig at the renowned Paris Design School ENSCI Les Ateliers in 1999 and founded his own design studio in 2002. He works successfully for international design companies since then.
Chaiyut Plypetch is the design-director from Propagandist Co. LTD., that produces and designs products under the name "Propaganda" among others. His products were already design award-honoured several times.
Charles Eames, born in 1907 in Saint Louis, Missouri - Ray Eames, born as Bernice Alexandra Kaiser in 1912 in Sacramento, Kalifornien designed trend-setting designs, which can be found wordlwide in numerous museums.
Charles O. Job was born in Lagos, Nigeria, in the sunny West-Africa. His architecture-diploma and master graduation in City-Construction he reached at the Oxford Polytechnic. Charles O- Job works in Zurich as architect and designer today.
The industrial designer Charles Wilson lives in Sydney in Australia. He works with furniture design, had designed a long row of other products for different segments, including service design.
Chiaki Murata is the head behind the Japanese company Metaphys. Murata founded the company Hers Experimental Design Laboratory, Inc. in the year 1986, where he still is the managing director.
Chris Slutter (1972) graduated at the Applied Arts and Design Academy AKI in Enschede in 1997. Three years later Chris Slutter moved to Amsterdam, where he founded his own design office.
Christian Bjørn is since the end of the 70s a central figure in the Danish design world. Today a large part of the honor is assigned to him, industrial design in Denmark as independent business is imported.
Christian Dell who initially was occupied as foreman in the Bauhaus metal workshop in Weimar is now deemed to be one of the key figures of the Bauhaus style. His KAISER idell series essentially embodies the diction of the Bauhaus-movement from that time.
The aim and the philosophy of his work is described by Hoisl as follows: „The development of long-term successful products, from their design until the serial production, in a clear material and function-adapted shaping with an emotional pulse.”
Christian von Ahn became independent with Studio von Ahn in 1997. After a five-years stop in Como, Italy from 2002 to 2007, Studio von Ahn is in Hamburg again.
Christina Schäfer was born in 1980 in Herdecke, Germany but she lives and works in Milan. She studied at the FH Münster graphic and product design and also at the IED in Milan where she graduated 2005 with a Master in Industrial Design.
The native Danish Christine Schwarzer understands design as a creation of experiences. The conception of the sofa Poltergeist, the young designer gained a permanent place in the star ensemble of the Swedish company Blå Station.
Christofer Born studied product design and arts in Vienna and Nurnberg after his apprenticeship in a silver smithy. In 2005 he founded the design studio “born product ideas”.
Christoph Böninger studied Industrial Design and Environmental Design in Munich and Los Angeles. In 1982 he designed the first laptop PC in the world as his diploma, which is displayed today in the Neue Sammlung, Munich.
Christoph Ingenhoven can doubtlessly be called „Star-Architect“. He and his renowned architecture office Ingenhoven Architects were awarded with important international awards for buildings and product designs.
Christoph Schindler was born in 1973 in Erlangen. He studied architecture at the TU Kaiserslautern and works as a teacher and researcher today. In cooperation with his wife Margarita Salemerón Espinosa he carries on the business Schindlersalmerón.
Christoph van Bömmel was born in 1976 in Mönchengladbach, Germany. After an apprenticeship as a cabinet maker and a degree in design at several different universities, he worked among others for NOA, Germany and LightBox, Singapore.
Christophe de la Fontaine was born in Luxembourg in 1976 and graduated there at the Lycee des Arts et Metiers as a sculptor.
Christophe Marchand was born in the year 1965. Before he began studying Industrial Design at the University of Design and Art in Zurich, between 1987 and 1991, Marchand completed his apprenticeship as a cabinet maker.
Christophe Moinat was born in the year 1967 in Switzerland. After his apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker he worked as a restaurateur for old furniture. This professional experience was added to the arise of his passion to the design.
Christophe Pillet graduated from the Decorative Arts School in Nice in 1985, Master of Domus Academy, Milano, in 1986.
Claesson Koivisto Rune was founded in Stockholm in 1995 by Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune.
Torsten Thorup (born in 1944) and Claus Bonderup (born in 1943) both finished their studies at the Danish architecture school in the year 1969. Nearly the whole working career these two architects worked together.
Claydies is the Danish design pair Tine Broksø (born 1971) and Karen Kjældgård-Larsen (born 1974).
Clemens Weisshaar was born in Munich in 1977. After an apprenticeship as metal worker he studied at the London Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art.
Clive Wilkinson is the founder of the architecture office Wilkinson Architects. He graduated in Architecture at the University of Cape Town in South Africa and at the Architectural Association in London.
Constance Guisset wurde 1976 geboren. Die Designerin lebt und arbeitet in Paris. Ihren Master Abschluss machte sie bei ENSCI - Les Ateliers in Frankreich. Ihre Designs spielen mit Illusionen und Überraschungen.
The Spanish designer Cristian Zuzunaga is famous for integrating pixels and rectangular figures in his colourful designs. Zuzunaga learned Typo / Graphic Design at the London School of Communication and the Royal College of Art.
The goal of the Danish designer Dan Christensen is, to make things and communication easier and comprehensible. Less is more.
Danny Venlet was born in Austria and studied initially Informatics at the University Brussels, before he studied Interior Architecture at the St. Lucas Institute of Architecture and Visual Arts, graduating with excellence in 1983.
The architect David Chipperfield leads offices with more than 130 employees with which he has already won more than 40 national and international competitions as well as received a similar number of international awards.
David Fleishman, a freelance designer born in Toronto in 1956 is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art and Design and the Rhode Island School of Design. In 1997, he started his own company developing several furniture and product designs.
David Trubridge is a natuve English and lives and works in New Zeeland today. The design of his swing couch Body Raft was inspired by the form of traditional Maori canoes and is produced by Cappellini today.
David Weeks creates lamps and furniture as well as through thought and functional household objects and accessories in his design studio. Flowing forms and balanced movements characterize his designs.
The designer Davy Grosemans came out of the Belgian province Limburg. He designs lamps and products for companies such as Dark or Sywawa in his studio “Das Ding”.
Already since 1966 both Italian designers and architects Donato D'Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi work together in their common studio. Despite their succeeded establishment, their designs still meet the tooth of time.
Demian Conrad is graphic- and industrial-designer, who works for different Swiss and international customers, for which he plans the Line Corporate Identities, posters and event concepts.
Denis Santachiara – an anomalous designer and an outsider of the international outline of design, he began his career marrying in his work the art and design.
Design Dessert is a design studio that was founded in Stockholm in the year 2001. The focus of the studio lies on products and interior design. Behind Design Dessert are the two designers Malin Palm and Asa Ohlsson.
Design Group Italia is a design studio which has its main office in Milan. It was founded in 1968 by Marco Del Corno and nowadays, it has 24 full time employees of different areas and with different educational backgrounds.
Designit was founded in 1991 by three industrial designers, Anders Geert-Jensen, Mikal Jørgensen and David Fellah. Today, Designit has 50 employees and offices in Aarhus, Copenhagen and Paris. Clients include Bang & Olufsen, Novo Nordisk and more.
DesignWright consists of the twins Adrian & Jeremy Wright.
Diego Rossi was born in the year 1976. He is architect focused on light design and high tech products. He has already worked together with companies such as Luceplan, 3M and Romin Solar Research.
The name of Dieter Rams is tightly connected to the company’s history of the Braun AG, where he made important development work from 1955 to 1997. In 1932 born in Wiesbaden, Rams counts to the most influential German industrial designers.
Dietrich Lubs was employed in the Braun Company in the year 1962 becoming the representative design chef later on.
ding3000 is a company in Hanover, Germany for product design, which is managed by the young designers Carsten Schelling, Ralf Webermann and Sven Rudolph.
Dirk Frömchen was born on July the 20th in the year 1968. He decided to become a carpenter in the age of thirteen. Later on he completed his apprenticeship in the PGH wood processing craft in Apolda.
Dog design is a Scandinavian graph design agency. But also in the area of the product and interior design, Dog already received numerous awards.
Dominic Symons is the second head of BlueLounge. He designed a lot of different things in his career, from a trekking shoe series to seating furniture and snowboard equipment.
Dorothee Becker, born in 1938 in Aschaffenburg, Germany, studied in languages before she went from London and Paris in 1960 to California and became creative.
The Design Studio Doshi Levien based in London, was founded in the year 2000 by Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien. Doshi Levien's work is a hybrid and means the fusion of cultures, technologies, histories, industrial design and fine craftsmanship.
Dror Benshetrit worked in his own studio, called Studio Dror, which he founded in 2002. Benshetrit is specialised in product design, architecture and art direction.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, both born in the year 1969, studied at the Royal College of Art in London and founded the design studio Barber Osgerby in the year 1996.
The Berlin design studio e27 stands for uncomplicated solutions with maximal efficiency. The design-approach from e27 can be described as “evidence based design”. E27 works in web, graphic, room and production design areas.
Eckart Muthesius (1904-1989) worked in Berlin as master pupil in the Atelier of his father, Hermann Muthesius, the founder of the German Werkbund, after his studies at the United Estate Colleges for Applied Arts.
The designer Ed Carpenter is a sculptor originally; at least it was that, what he studied at the Kingston University before he decided to become a designer. Together with André Klauser he founded the design duo Klauser & Carpenter.
Dutch designer Edward van Vliet specializes in creating interior products for (inter)national companies for special projects such as lighting, carpets, furniture and interior accessories for business and consumer markets.
The products of the Finnish Eero Aarnio rank among the most famous and trendy furniture designs of the 60s.
Eero Sairanen was born in 1965. He applies innovative solutions both in terms of forms and manufacturing techniques to his designs. His versatile design range of cosy interior creations includes ceramics, glass, plastic, metal and wood.
Since 1998, the furniture joiner Andreas Pfister and the graphic designer Lars Villiger work together under the Swiss Label “eigenwert”.
Die Architektin und Designerin Eileen Gray gehört zu den Pionieren, die in den 1920er und 1930er Jahren das schufen, was wir heute modernes Design nennen. Ihr bekanntestes Werk, der Adjustable Table, ist in der ständigen Sammlung des MoMA ausgestellt.
Geboren in Florenz, arbeitet Elena Danti heute als Architektin und Designerin. Sie hat einen Studienabschluss im Fach Schmuckdesign und unterrichtet Innenarchitektur an der Universität in Florenz.
Elke Volz was born in Stuttgart in 1970. 1997 she graduated in Product design at the Arts Academy in Stuttgart.
Emaf was established in 1982 by Aurelio Zanotta. His successors have been developing its activity since 1991. Emaf Progetti ist he house-own design studio of the Italian manufacturer Zanotta today.
Born in 1962 in Salerno / South Italy, Emma Silvestris works and lives in Bari today. After her Bachelor of Arts degree, she focused on the subjects foreign literature and arts history. Silvestris works as designer since 1990.
Enrica Zanzi was born in Ivrea (Italia). After her degree at the Domus Academy in Milan, she worked for Guido Venturini and Aldo Cibic.
Enrico Baleri was born in Albino, Bergamo in 1942 and studied architecture at the Polytecnic in Milan. Baleri founded the Italian design company Baleri Italia in 1984 together with Marilisa Decimo.
Enrico Marforio was born in Arona, Italy in the year 1954. Since 1980 he works as a commercial and researcher on the fields of design and architecture. Enrico Marforio was occupied with furnishings, product design and private and public buildings.
Enzo Mari has developed toys, office tools and furniture. His fame is based on his creations for italian design manufacturer Danese Milano, his ceramics for Gabbianelli, drapery and furniture for Driade and his numerous publications on design.
Eric Degenhardt is inclined to formal luminosity – He makes objects float, offers silky forms and clean details to them. Since Degenhardt founded his own studio in the year 2000, he already worked for many international companies.
The US designer (born 1964) from New York designs exciting furniture and accessories since 1997. His designs are experimental and yet classic.
Eric Pfeiffer served as the VP of Design at Offi from 2000 through 2004, coordinating product design and directing the Offi innovation process.
For a long time Erik Bagger worked for Georg Jensen until he decided to make up his own business in 1987.
Erik Magnussen was born in 1940 in Copenhagen. Educated as a ceramist at the School of Applied Arts and Design he graduated with a silver medal in 1960.
The designer Ettore Sottsass was born in September the 14th in 1917 in Innsbruck. He passed by in Milan in the year 2007. He embossed the “Anti-Design” trend during his career as architect and designer and became internationally famous.
Eva Schildt studied furniture and product design at the Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm. She graduated there in 2001. She started to work as independent designer in the same year.
Evert Pronk, designer for PronkDesigners, finished his architecture studies in 1998 in Delft. He is designer and developer for PronkDesigners as well as manager of his own successful architecture office named BINT.
Fabian Zimmerli (1977) graduated his design career in Zurich and Vancouver. Since then he works as independent designer and realizes different projects from the waste basket until medicinal devices with a lot of engagement and creativity.
Fabio Bortolani was born in 1957 in Modena. After studying architecture in Florenz did he workas an employee in an architecture office and started his career in industrial design.
Fabrica is the communication research center from Benetton that emerged out of the cultural richness of the company in the year 1994.
fpm (factor product münchen) is an owner-managed design agency and was founded in 1994.
"Brandbuilding" is the name of the theme of feldmann+schultchen design studios. The challenges of the design soecialists are multifaceted: from logo to the Corporate Identity, from product to the package, from furniture to architecture.
Felix Severin Mack is graphic-, interior- and product-designer. Actually Felix Severin Mack is a kind of phantom, since he remains unknown for his customers as owner and chef-designer of the fraumaier.com brand.
Felix Stark lives and work in Cologne. He was born in the year 1976 in Bonn, in the year 2002 he completes his apprenticeship as a carpenter and begins studying industrial design. Since 2004 he leads his own industrial-design-office Formstark.
Ferdi Giardini was born in Turin in 1959, where he still lives and works. Giardini is a talented sculptor with a huge amount of expositions in Italy and international grounds. The way to design for Giardini emerged through numerous experiments.
Fernando Brízio completed his product design studies in the year 1996 in Lisbon. He still lives and works there today. Fernando Brízio develops product designs and exhibitions, interior designs and public rooms since 1999.
Fernando Prado is the head of the Brazil lamps manufacturer Lumini and a long celebrated star in his hometown and meanwhile also internationally. His most famous work is the Bossa pendant lamp.
Michael Raasch and Heinrich Fiedeler founded the design office Fiedeler+Raasch that resides in Wiesbaden in 1996. They have the demand of integrating innovative approaches into new products and work for internationally famous major enterprises.
The work of architect Finn Juhl (1912 – 1989) energized traditional Danish design. It exemplifies the quality of craftsmanship and beauty that made the nation a leader in modern home furnishing during the 1940s and 1950s
Finn Stone’s philosophy is creative contemporary design, that is cutting edge, different and eccentric. Finn Stone is one of UK’s leading makers of fibreglass furniture, and he wants his furniture to be fun, funky and fascinating.
Flemming Bo Hansen is a trained gold smith and designer. He was born in Copenhagen in 1955 and started his successful career at Georg Jensen. His products are represented in different expositions and museum collections.
FLEX/the Innovationlab® is an international design office, responsible for innovative products from leading brands such as BK, TNT-Post and Philips.
The designer Flip Sellin was born in Berlin in 1970, where he still lives. Beside his work as freelance designer, Sellin also works with the group “Coordination” as cofounder of “Create Berlin” reinforcing the creative area of Berlin.
Florian Gross lives and works in Tübingen. He was born in the year 1982. In the year 2001 he concluded his apprenticeship as a carpenter. Shortly after that he began studying interior design, what he finally absolved successfully in the year 2009.
Florian Petri was born in the year 1973, after his carpenter apprenticeship he studied industrial design at the University of Darmstadt and the Gerrit Reitveld Academy in Amsterdam.
Flöz Industrie Design was founded by Oliver Wahl and Peter Golz in Essen in 1989 and it grew to a Full-Service-Agency in the following years.
Foersom & Hiort-Lorenzen is an experienced design company with focus on the design of furniture and products as well as consulting.
Form us with Love is a Swedish design studio inspired by the interaction between people and products and driven by a genuine love for design.
Fabian Baumann and Sönke Hoof founded the product design and development office Formfjord in the year 2006. They design products for all areas of daily life by order of namely international customers in their office in Berlin.
Francis Cayouette is a member of the „Danish Designers Society“. His Bachelor in Industrial Design, the Canadian-born designer, made at the faculty for Interior Design at the University Montreal.
Francisco Gomez Paz was born in Argentina in Oktober of 1975. After his industrial design studies at the Universidad Nacional de Cordoba, he moved to Milan where he graduated as a master at the Domus Academy.
Frank Gehry was born in Toronto, Canada in 1930. He became world-famous as architect. For the Italian company Alessi, Gehry designed the “Pito” water kettle.
Frank Hussong was born in 1967 in Rheinfeld and currently lives in his chosen home town Cologne. He founded the company designatics in together with Daniela Reuter and Michael Kientzler in 1996 there.
Franke Elshout graduated in the year 2005 at the Design Academy Eindhoven. A young and versatile oriented designer, who connects the world between kitchen and eating with her design.
Frans Schorfer leads his own design studio „Studio Schorfer“. Designs for the most different purposes emerge here with function, aesthetics and ergonomics in the backhead. Schorfer himself graduated at the Design Academy in Eindhoven.
Franz Maurer was born in 1963 in Vienna. After graduating from the polytechnic Mödling, Austria, in interior design and an apprentice as a cabinet maker, Franz Maurer works freelancing in furniture, lamp and product design in Vienna.
Frédéric Dedelley was born in France in 1964. He graduated at Industrial Design at the University of Applied Arts in Lausanne and made his bachelor of sciences of product design at the Art Center College of Design, Europe.
The history of Frédéric Sofia is more than anything the history of an autodidact that made his passion and interest of design his job. His love is directed to the transformation of the models of contemporaneous design.
Frederik Gundelach aims at creating inspiring designs that make a perceptible difference for every single user.
Frederik Roijé is a designer and simultaneously the name-giver of a design agency and a design manufacturer. He follows the demand of designing products out of the love for surprises, curiosity and beauty.
Frederik van Heereveld, born in 1975, studied at the Desgin Academy Eindhoven. By now the born Dutch teaches there himself and develops products for companies like Quasar, Leolux and of course his own lable Feek.
Being awarded for his creative design several times, Fredrik Mattson is a full member of the Blå Station Ensemble. In cooperation with Stefan Borselius and also on his own, he created the chair Sting, the Innovation C, Snooze or the Fatback armchair.
Patrick Frey (born 1973) and Markus Boge (born 1972) came together to “design products that are simple to be used” after their studies at the University Hanover. Their motto thereby is “Simple, but not simplistic”.
Born in 1947, Fried Ulber studied Machines Construction and Design in Wuppertal. Today he designs successful product series out of the consumer goods areas for European companies.
The Swiss design team Fries & Zumbühl worked together since 2003. Behind the name there are also Jakob Zumbühl and Kevin Fries. They develop products and concepts with formal independence.
Front is a design group of four: Sofia Lagerkvist, Charlotte von der Lancken, Anna Lindgren and Katja Sävström.
Gabriel Nigro was born in Montevideo (Uruguay) in 1974. The Danish- Argentina designer lives in Copenhagen today, where he works in marketing and publicity branches.
Gabriele Chiave was born in Metz. In Milan he studied Industrial Design at IED. He has worked freelance for clients and customers in the design field since 2006. He has lived in Amsterdam since early 2007.
Gabriele Rosa was born in Rome in 1982, where he also made his degree as industrial designer. In 2008 the young designer celebrated his début as independent designer on the Milan Salone del Mobile.
Gae Aulenti was born on the 4th of December 1927 in Italy. Her whole name is Gaetana Aulenti. She is an architect, an interior decorator, designer and lecturer. In the 1980ies Gae Aulenti became internationally known.
When the three Italian designers Piero Gatti, Franco Teodoro and Cesare Paolini came together in 1965, they could hardly wait for creating a legend only three years later – their seat bag “Sacco” is known as the first beanbag of the world.
Genevieve Gauckler is a French artist, illustrator and art director that is especially popular because of her lovingly character and the colourful combinations. Her works are marked by bright and shiny colours, fun and hectic.
For a person born in Hartford, the insurance capital of America, George Nelson would become one of the greatest risk takers in the history of design. In fact he would come to redefine what a designer is.
The name „Sowden“ possesses the highest international design-reputation. The Britain George J. Sowden studied architecture in the 1960es. In the 1970es he moved to Milan, where he runs his design office still today.
After finishing his apprenticeship and several years of business experience as carpenter and carpenter work preparer, Gerhard Gerber studied Industrial Design at the University for Design and arts in Zurich.
Giancarlo Fassina studied architecture at the Politecnico di Milano in Milan. Besides product design, Fassina also concentrates on architectural installations.
Gijs Bakker is a co-founder of the Droog group and he has already made many innovative projects for well-known international companies.
Gino Carolo was born in Vicenza in 1965. He began to work in the industrial design area in 1986 and worked with namely Italian and foreign companies since then. Gino Carollo founded the “Studio 28” in the year 1999.
Giorgio Vigna was born in 1955 in Italy. The artist and jewelry designer is fascinated by the tension between the contradiction: reality and imagination, shape and material.
After Gitta Gschwendtner graduated at the Royal College of Art in 1998, she founded her owd design studio in London. She works at diverse projects from product and exposition design as well as whole installations since then.
Giulio Iacchetti is an industrial designer since 1992. He also carries out an intense didactic work for several universities and design schools, in Italy and abroad. He won several international prizes.
Glen Oliver Löw was born in Leverkusen/Germany in 1959. In 1987 Glen Oliver Löw started his collaboration with Antonio Citterio. In 2000 Glen Oliver Löw was nominated Professor for in Hamburg and opened his own studio.
The artist and glass designer Göran Hongell was one of the pioneers of the Finnish glass tradition.
Graziela Preiser works as successful graphic designer, illustrator and creative director since many years. Besides her work for several lifestyle magazines, she created collections for bed linen, children’s trends and dishes.
Guglielmo Berchicci, born in Milan, where it lives and works. He studied at the Milan Polytechnikum Architecture and designed many objects for famous manufacturers, which can be seen in famous museums all over the world.
Gustav Hallén studierte Industrie-Design und “Interaction-Design” am Design-Institut in Umeå. Nach ersten Erfahrungen als Produkt-Entwickler für IDEO, startete Hallén sein eigenes Design-Studio.
Halskov & Dalsgaard Design is called the Designstudio of Christina Halskov and Hanne Dalsgaard in Copenhagen. The two designers work among other things for Stelton and won already several Danish and international awards.
Hani Rashid was born in Kairo in 1958. His mother is a native Britain and his father Egyptian. His brother is the famous designer Karim Rashid.
Hannes Wettstein (1958-2008) was one of the most innovative and influential designers of Switzerland. Pure, non-spectacular, functionalistic design embossed his lamps and furniture designs.
Hans (Nick) Roericht (*1932) studied Product Design at the University of Design in Ulm. Roericht was Professor at the University of Arts, Berlin since 1973. He researches concepts for Bosch-Siemens, Nixdorf and Wilkhahn in his own office today.
Hans Bølling attended an Art- and Handcraft School originally to become an advertising designer, however some years later he followed his passion for archi-tecture and graduated as an architect from the Royal Danish Art Academy.
Hans Sandgren Jakobsen Was born in 1963 on Denmark. After an apprenticeship to become a carpenter, Hans Sandgren Jakobsen studied at the Danish Design School in Coopenhagen.
Hans Thyge Raunkjær was born in 1957. He founded the Design Studio RKDO (Raunkjær Kjærgaard Design Office) in 1991. Among others he worked in Milan, wrote the book “Chairs on the Run” and received already different international design awards.
Born in 1940 in Stuttgart, the graduated interior architect and artist Hansjerg Maier-Aichen founded the design brand Authentics in 1983.
The Austrian designer Harald Guggenbichler is part of the Guggenbichler team that he runs together with Heike Guggenbichler. Harald Guggenbichler is a trained carpenter and designer. Heike Guggenbichler studied at the Vienna University.
Thomas Harrit and Nicolai Sørensen met in the Danish Design School; they finished their studies in the year 1991. They lead a design studio that occupies a series of extremely competent industry-designers today.
The south African Heath Nash studied sculpturing at the University of Cape Town and started to design lamps and lifestyle products.
Hee Welling works as designer and University teacher in his hometown Copenhagen. The chair Hee came out of the feather of the designer and is manufactured by the Danish manufacturer Hay.
Heikki Orvola is one of the pioneers of Finnish design and he works with glass, ceramic, cast iron and drapery. Although he works in the art industry, he also uses a lot of different materials to make his pure art impressive.
Since she was 16 years old, Helen Johannessen was interested in clay and ceramic. It all begun with an evening course in pottery. She researched the material she chose more intensively and made it her job from that moment.
Helena Rohner was born in 1968 in the Canary Islands. She was educated in London and in her early years she worked with renowned jewelry designer Jaqueline Rabun
Hella Jongerius, born in 1963 in Meern, Holland, studied design in Eindhoven. Hella Jongerius is responsible of a huge part of the constantly growing Vitra Home Collection together with Jasper Morrison and Erwan Bouroullec.
The search for the perfect shape and colour, which forever brings us joy and a higher quality of life, have brought graphic and industrial designer Helle Damkjær all over the world.
The designer Henk Stallinga graduated in the Rietveld Academy. After he finished his studies there in the year 1994, he soon founded his own design-studio. Studio Stallinga BV became an internationally recognized design smithy.
The famous Danish designer and sculptor Henning Koppel was born in Copenhagen in 1918. He counts to the most important Scandinavian designers of post-war times.
In 1994 Henriette Melchiorsen graduated from the Institute for Industry at the Danish Design School; she had specialised product and furniture design. She is currently working for Menu.
The designer Henrik Drecker was born in Munster in 1980. He graduated in 2006. In the frame of his diploma work, also his design of the Bruce balustrade grill was realized in the same year.
Herbert Krenchel was born in Denmark in the year 1922. He graduated with a Master of Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark. Herbert Krenchel’s research focused on materials and fibre reinforcement.
Sebastian Klarhoefer (*1966) and Christian Hertel (*1968) lead the common agency for design together in Berlin since 2001. Their aim is to create timeless products that convince through form and function.
Hiromichi Konno is a Japanese designer with international focusing. He studied in Japan and Sweden and he lived in London for a long time.
„To enjoy an object is the best path to love it“ is the motto of the young designer Hironao-Tsuboi. He likes to call himself as the saver of underestimated everyday-objects.
Hiroshi Tsunoda was born in Tokyo and studied in the USA. He is not only one of the founders of the DesignCode company, but also leader of the Hiroshi Tsunoda design studio.
HolmbäckNordentoft is a Danish design duo, consisting in Sebastian Holmbäck (1971) and Ulrik Nordentoft (1974). Both designers met each other at the Danish design school, where they absolved they apprenticeship.
Hugo Timmermans graduated in Industrial Design in 1992 and began soon designing and producing furniture in small collections. He founded together with Willem van der Slius the company “Customr” in the year 2001.
The brothers Humberto and Fernando Campana work in the artistic design area. N their common studio in São Paulo / Brazil, they design furniture and objects for internationally renowned manufacturers.
Behind „ich & kar“ there is the unusual graphic designers couple Héléna Ichbiah and Piotr Karczewski. They feel home in the luxury world, but also apply to the wider audience.
Ilkka Suppanen had a predilection for long-dated projects, which make room for innovations. His designs are mostly light, and futuristic, but still classical Scandinavian.
Ilse Crawford is Brand Consultant and the head behind Studioluise. Her design studio was already founded in 2001. Furthermore she was a foundation member of the “Elle Decoration” magazine in 1989 and vice president of DKNY from 1998 to 2000.
The designer Inci Mutlu graduated at the Technical University in Ankara. Initially she worked for the Isao Hosoe Design Studio in Italy before she founded the design studio Mutru+Milano together with Luca Milano.
Both designers Sam Hecht and Kim Colin are the founders of Industrial Facility. Industrial Facility designs different objects that are connected to their cultural and room surrounding since the company was founded.
Industrialpartners designs and develops products for customers out of the most different industry areas and ensures an adapted and innovative realization of plans.
Ineke Hans graduated at the High School for Art in Arnheim in 1991 and at the Royal College of Art in Longon in 1995. She founded her own design studio in Arnheim in 1998, designing for manufacturers such as Swarovski, Habitat UK Ltd. or Royal VKB today.
Inga Sempé is a French designer. She was born in Paris where she still lives and works today. Inga Sempé specialized on the design of furniture, lamps, objects and fabrics today.
Ingo Maurer is a multiple award winning German designer, who specialized his work on lamps and light design. With his eponymous company he produces experimental and unusual lamps.
Ingrid Unsöld is a graphic designer and interior designer. She uses the room characteristics for her surrounding-depending illustrations. The wall stickers Skuggflora were her first commercial product that is produced by Launch Design Partners.
The multiple awarded designer Stefan Bench, and the growing architect Carl Holloway founded the studio IntheDetail in 2005 in Birmingham, Great Britain.
invivodesign² continuously works at new and innovative ideas. Their clear focus lies on special areas: kitchen, living and packaging.
Ionna Vautrin was born in the year 1979 in France. In the year 2002 she reached her University degree at the Ecole de Design Nantes-Atlantique. Afterwards she worked with George J. Sowden in Italy and Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec in France.
The Israeli designer Iris Zohar is driven by the design concept when it comes to creative processes. This is the core and source of inspiration, heart and soul from the yet unborn products by her.
Born in 1953 in Vienna, Irmgard Frank studied interior architecture, industrial design as well as architecture at the University for Applied Arts in Vienna.
Isabel Hamm was born in Kirchheim/Teck in 1964 and lives in Cologne today. After her apprenticeship at the Academy for Ceramic Design, in Höhr-Grenzhausen, she opened a ceramic studio in Cologne.
Isamu Noguchi was born in Los Angeles, the illegitimate son of Yone Noguchi, a Japanese poet who had gained great acclaim in the United States, and Leonie Gilmour, an American writer who edited much of his work.
Already in younger years, J.P. Meulendijks worked with tree-houses, model-planes and skateboard-ramps. He studied product-design on the Fontys Academy in Sittard and meanwhile works internationally for many different companies.
The designer Jacob Berg uses uncountable inspiration sources for his furniture design. This can include constructions, architecture or nature forms.
Born and grown up as fore-city boy in Versterbro / Copenhagen, Jacob Jensen initially began an apprenticeship in the cushioning business of his father, before he went to change the world with his designs.
Jacopo Zibardi was born in 1982 near Milan. After he finished his first studies at the Politecnico di Milano, he worked together with the architecture magazine Domus.
Jade Barnes-Richardson successfully finished her studies as a contemporary furniture and products designer at the Bucks New University in the year 2008. Her designs are inspired by life in smaller rooms and aim to facilitate modern life.
Jake Phipps, graduated from John Makepeaces’s furniture design school, Parnam College, in 1999. In 2005 he set up his own design studio in London, and began concentrating on designing products for larger scale production.
Jakob Wagner works as an industrial designer and is a member of the Association of Danish Designers (MDD). Design prizes, exhibitions and products have anchored his name in the European design industry.
James Dyson is a british designer, inventor and maker, who is creating sensations with his ingenious electric devices. For James Dyson design always means, how something functions not what it looks like - Design should generate from function.
James Irvine studied at the Royal College of Design in London. He founded his studio in Milan in 1984 where he works for companies such as Alias, Artemide, Thonet, Cappellini, Mercedes Benz, Muji and WMF.
Utility and longetivity are very important for the young designer Jan Hartmann when it comes to design his products. He created a new interpretation of his classic smoke fairytale “smoke house” for the company Design im Dorf.
Jan Hoekstra was born in Maastricht, The Netherlands in 1964. Since 1997 Hoekstra is working as a designer for Royal van Kempen & Begeer and responsible for product development of BK and Q-linair.
Jan Melis was born in the Netherlands in 1966. He graduated his studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven and works in his own studio in Rotterdam today.
Janne Loiske was born in 1971 in Finland. Besides the prduct-design he also works with the role, which acts a part with design in a company.
Javier Mariscal was born in Valencia in 1950, he developed his professional career in Barcelona. The Mediterranean culture of both cities is revealed in his work: he inherited the hedonism, optimism and symbolism that characterise his designs.
JBA Design is a design studio in Stockholm. The three designers have the aim to embellish their surrounding and make it easier at the same time, whereby the daily life should improve as a consequence.
JDS Architects, named after the founder Julien de Smedt, is a multidisciplinary office that unifies design and architecture under one roof, being active from furniture up to large construction projects.
Jean was born in Nancy, France in 1901. He grew up surrounded by the ideals and energy of his father Victor Prouvé's art collective, "l'École de Nancy". This school came together with the intent of making art readily accessible, to forge a relationship be
The 1958 Swiss born Jean-Marc da Costa studied Industrial Design at the Design University in Offenbach. He met Manfred Wolf there, together they founded the company Serienlightning in 1983.
Jean-Marie Massaud was born in Toulouse in 1966 and studied Industrial Design until 1990 at the Design School „Les Ateliers“ in Paris. He is often called style icon today and counts to the most important French contemporaneous designers.
Jeff Miller was born in 1968 in New York City. The studied industrial designer worked for Ecco Design over one year and he founded his own design studio, Jeff Miller Design in New York in 2002, there he designs successful products and furniture.
Jeffrey Bernett, born in 1964, is a versatile American designer with works multidisciplinary. In the year 1995 he furthermore founded the Studio B as a consultant business for design strategies.
Jens Fager graduated at the Konstfack in Stockholm and received internationally great interest with his works. The great strength of Scandinavian design is the natural learning and understanding of daily demands: that is what Fager believes.
Born in Berlin in 1968, Canadian. Jerszy Seymour grew up in London, where he studied engineering at South Bank Polytechnic 1987 -1990 and industrial design at the Royal College of Art 1991 – 1993.
Jesper Klein, born 1962, has worked as a professional designer for more than 6 years. He has a broad education in design, product development, and production.
Jette Scheib lives and works as independent designer in Berlin. She designs successful products in the kitchen and living accessories areas for manufacturers such as innermost, side by side, designimdorf, among others.
The German designer Jo Niemeyer studied design / architecture in Helsinki and moves between Germany and Finland since then. His works were awarded inland and abroad and are part of numerous collections.
Joachim Manz was born in Lunen in 1957. Since the year 1987 he works as an independent artist. Manz works in the most different fields and creates sculptures, wall works and design as well as he furnishes public rooms.
Jochen Korn was born in 1971. He is the founder and creative head of Korn Produkte, After an apprenticeship to become a carpenter, he studied at the Work Academy and the Arts University Kassel and founded later on „Korn Produkte“.
Cesare (named Joe) Colombo was born in Milan on July 30th in 1930. For a couple of years, the autodidact attended the Academy Brera and the Faculty for Architecture at the Politecnico in Milan.
Joel Degermark is a product designer and one half of the architecture and design studio Electric Dreams. Joel Degermark obtained his apprenticeship at the Royal College of Art in London and at the Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm.
Apart from applied art and dinner sets, the Norwegian designer and prize-winner Johan Verde has designed furniture, clocks and packaging, and has been awarded a series of prizes.
Johannes Fuchs was born in Bielefeld, Germany in 1967 and studied industrial design from 1990 to 1996 at HfBK Hamburg. After working with Uwe Fischer's office for five years, he opened his own design studio in Frankfurt in 2001.
John + Samantha Ritschl-Lassoudry lead the Lassoudry Archiformes Studio together. Founded in 1997, the office is specialized on the design of furnishings and products on national and international level.
John Brauer was born in Danmark in 1960. His products for “essay” were honored with renowned awards such as the Good Design Award (Japan), the Red Dot Award or the iF Design Award.
John Sebastian was born in 1975 and he is one of the most promising designers of his generation.
John Wischhusen ist ein Designer und Hersteller, der handgemachte und unverwechselbare Produkte erschafft. John Wischhusen initially studied furniture and cabnitmaking and he later graduated from Centrall St. Martins with an MA in Industrial Design.
Jonas Damon graduated of the Rhode Island School of Design, Jonas Damon was raised in Germany and worked in Paris and London before establishing his design consultancy, Office For Design, in New York City in 2001.
The newcomer at Blå Station. Jonas Forsman designed the functional-innovative table Clip as the final work for his graduation. Swedish manufacturer Blå Station started immediately with the production.
Jörg Boner is a diploma product designer since his studies at the School for Design in Basel in the year 1996. In 2001, he founded the Jörg Boner product design in Zurich. Among others, he works for renowned customers like Wogg and Louis Poulsen.
Ziedler works since 1994 in his own office for different lamp- and furniture manufacturers. He also designed the pendant June and the table lamp Bob for the orthern German lamp manufacture Anta.
Jorge Pensi belongs to the leading designers of Spain. His works convince by the expressive minimalism and a balanced mixture of elegant forms and perfect functionality.
Jorre van Ast graduated from his Product Design Course at the Royal College of Art in London in the year 2006. Since then he worked as independent designer in his studio in London. Jorre van Ast received diverse awards for his creative products.
Josef Albers was born in 1888 in Bottrop. With the closure of the Bauhaus under Nazi pressure in 1933, Albers immigrated to the United States. As teacher and artist, Albers pioneering for a whole generation of Ameriican artists.
Josefin studied industrial design at Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm.
Josh Owen was born in the United States in 1970. He lives and works in a retro-fitted cigar factory in south Philadelphia. His projects are included in museum collections, numerous books on design and are regularly featured in international magazines.
Jozeph Forakis is an American designer with Greek ancestry. The designs from Jozeph Forakis have received numerous awards and are placed in the collections of the most important design museums all over the world.
Julian Appelius was born in Munich in 1973 and grew up in France and Germany. The trained Industrial Designer plays with learned see- and acting-habits, new interpretation of contexts and the fully use of materials.
Julie Storm ist die Besitzerin des Design-Studios Storm Design. Ihre Entwürfe werden von namhaften Herstellern wie Eva Solo oder Normann Copenhagen produziert. Im Jahr 2007 erhielt sie sogar einen red dot design award für ihren Storm Blumentopf.
Jurgen Bey was born in the year 1965 in Soest, Netherlands. Since the year 2002 he leads the Makkink & Bey Studio in Rotterdam together with Rianne Makkink.
Jørgen Høj was an all-round architect whose works reached from furniture and graphics up to interior design of shopping centres and cinemas. He won the silver medal of the "Danish School of Arts and Crafts in 1947.
The architect Jørgen Rasmussen was born in the year 1931 and runs his own architecture office together with his twin brother Ib Rasmussen. The brothers have received numerous international awards for their designs.
Creating things for people. This is the primal theme of probably Denmark’s most famous architect of all time: Jørn Utzon. His career culminated in 1957 when he won the international architectural competition for the Sydney Opera House.
People call Kaj Franck the conscience of Finnish design and he was one if the first designer at Iittala.
Gegründet wurde das in Amsterdam ansässige Design-Büro Kaptein Roodnat von Marleen Kaptein und Stijn Roodnat. Seit 2001 entwerfen Sie vor allem Innenausstattungen und Messepräsentationen für ihre Kunden.
The industrial designer Karel Formanek was born in Prague in 1968. He is co-owner of the Swiss design office “formanek.ch”.
Karl Zahn was born in 1981 in Vermont and grew up playing in his father’s woodshop. After completing his studies in Product Design at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2003, Zahn worked as an Architectural Fabricator.
Kasper Salto was born in 1967 in Copenhagen. Es learned from Jørgen Wolff how to become a cabinetmaker and made his degree in 1994 in design at the Danish College For Design.
Katja Höltermann was born in 1971 in Bobingen. The trained and examined silver and gold smith designs high quality and awarded design products that have already been exposed on numerous expositions.
Katja Horst, product designer at Reisenthel, was born in 1967 in Munster/Westphalia and studied product design at the University for Design in Munster.
Kay Bojesen was a Danish designer. He counts to the great Danish functionalists with his users friendly and modern shaping.
Kazuhide Takahama was born in Japan in 1930 and began to work for the studio from Kazuo Fuioka in Tokyo after he graduated in architecture.
Kensaku Oshiro was born in Okinawa in 1977. Oshiro graduated at the Polytechnic School in Milan in 1999 and started his career in different design studios.
Kerttu Nurminen was born in 1943 in Finland. She worked over 20 years in the Nuutajärvi Glass Factory and is by now active as artist for 30 years.
Kim Almsig - individual furniture design with inspiration from Scandinavian design.
The design studio King & Miranda was founded by Perry King & Santiago Miranda. Interior furnishing, furniture, products, lamps, architecture and corporate designs are shaped with this name.
Klaus Haapaniemi, born 1970, lives and works in London today. He illustrated and designed already for Diesel, Levis, Marimekko, Dolce & Gabanna or Cacharel and was named the most important newcomer for illustration and design by the WGSN.
Klaus Hackl was born in Munich in 1967. His training as an industrial designer began at the Munich Polytechnic Design School (1989-1991), followed by the Saarbrücken School of Art and Design (1991-1995, Diploma).
Klaus Rat was born in 1964 and was educated as an industrial designer from the School of Architecture in Århus, Denmark.
The list of international design prizes and awards, Knud Holscher has received for his work, is impressive and constantly growing. This makes him one of the most honoured contemporary Danish architects and designers.
The Japanese designer Komin Yamada gets inspired by natural forms.
Komplot Design is complies from Poul Christiansen and Boris Berlin. Together they work in the furniture, industry and graphic design areas since 1987 and already won numerous international design awards.
Konstantin Grcic was born in Munich, Germany in 1965. After training as a cabinet maker at Parnham College in England he studied design at the Royal College of Art in London from 1988-1990.
One mustn’t always study design to be a great creator. Kouichi Okamoto was a DJ once and surprises as managing designer of Kyouei with unconventional living ideas today.
The Japanese Kouji Iwasaki was born in 1965 and studied at the Nishimura Mashamitsu Design Studio. With his LED-Clock TO:CA he won the first prize on the Asahikawa International Furniture Design Fair in 2002.
Jonas Kressel, born in 1961, and Ivo Schelle, born in 1962, won all the prominent awards in Germany, from ‘Red Dot’ up to and including ‘if Design Award’. In 1992 they have worked for leading furniture manufacturers. They specialized in the design of ligh
Kristian Solmer Vedel (1923 – 2003) graduated from the Danish School of Arts and Crafts and Industrial Design and continued to lecture at the same institution.
Kristiina Lassus was born in Helsinki in 1966. After working in renowned interior architecture agencies in Finland and Australia, she developed her first product designs for the Italian design firms Alessi, Poltronova and Zanotta.
Kuno Prey was born in San Candido, Dolomites (Italy) in the year 1958. Kuno Prey is an independent product designer and technique advisor for different companies for whom he designed many products. In 1994 Kuno Prey postponed his office to Weimar.
Kurt Naef is famous in Switzerland and the whole world for his exceptional wooden toys. “The game maker” and his company Naef Toys stand exemplarily for the quality of “Swiss made”.
The 1946 born designer is internationally known for his products in different areas such as household, outdoor equipment and furniture. His current most successful product, the SIGG-Bottle, was included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
The design studio Laboratorium was founded in the year 2001 by Ivana Vucic and Orsat Frankovic in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. Laboratorium is mainly occupied with all sorts of graph design and photography.
Lagranja is especially active in Spain and Italy. The studio works with photographers, graph designers and programmers that insert their creative skills and their knowledge in every new product.
The architects Marta Laudani and Marco Romanelli work together in their design office in Rome and Milan since 1986.
Charles-Édouard Jeanneret-Gris, who chose to be known as Le Corbusier (October 6, 1887 – August 27, 1965), was a Swiss-French architect, designer, urbanist, writer and also painter, who is famous for being one of the pioneers of what now is called Modern
The trained architect Leif Jørgensen is especially famous by his works as furnisher of the Diesel Brand stores in Scandinavia. Today he works especially for the Danish design company Hay.
Lievore Altherr Molina is a design-trio, which opened with totally different cultural backgrounds his doors in Barcelona and since 1991 international really famous is.
The Spanish designer Lluís Clotet was born in Barcelona in the year 1941. He got his degree at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in the year 1965. The studied architect Clotet did also work as a designer along the years.
Scandinavian design is usually famous for its simple elegance. Louise Campbell’s work is also extremely elegant, but it isn’t really simple. “Playful” or “experimental” would rather describe it all.
The working method of Louise Christ also led to original objects in our assortment, the jewelry tree which has been awarded with the red dot design award in 2008.
Lovorika Banovic graduated from the Danish Design School in 1996, and specialises in product and furniture design. She joined Menu in 2000, where, as Creative Manager, she is responsible for the company's identity and visual communication.
Luca Nichetto. Born in 1976 in Venice, initially studied at the arts academy in Venice and finished his studies at the IUAV with a diploma in Industrial Design. He worked for namely manufacturers such as Moroso, Foscarini or Kriositalia.
The design team LucidiPevere consists of Paolo Lucidi (born in 1974) and Luva Pevere (born in 1977). Meanwhile the design studio is situated in Udine. LucidiPevere is the name of the business where both designers create furniture, lamps and accessories.
Ludwig Hirschfeld-Mack was born in 1893 and died 1968. He belonged to the most innovative artists of the Bauhaus. He was involved in the graphic-editioons as an assistant of the print shop of the Weimar Art School.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was born in Aachen on 27th March 1886 under the civil name Maria Ludwig Michael Mies. Not until around 1921 he appears under the name "Mies van der Rohe".
Luigi Baroli was born in 1951 in Corbetta, Milan. After he finished his architecture studies at the Milan polytechnic, we especially worked as furnishing designer. Since 1990 he works together with Baleri Italia.
Luisa Bocchietto made her degree in architecture in the year1985 in Milan. Meanwhile she works as a freelance for private and public customers, for whom he realizes local developments, city-revitalization and building-renovation projects.
Maarten Van Severen was born in 1956 in Antwerpen, Belgium. The unified process of design and production was a fundamental aspect of his work over a long period of time, in which he devoted himself to the examination of basic furniture types.
SMS stands for the Studio Maartje Steenkamp, a design studio for architecture, furniture and interior design in Haarlem. Since 2002 is Maartje Steenkamp the manager of the office. Really popular is her children's chair Highchair for Droog.
Mads Werner is a Danish architect and designer and lives in Copenhagen. He works in furniture- and product-design areas for many different companies. For example he designed the showroom for the clothes brand Esprit in Denmark.
Marc Berthier is Designer and Architect Associate with eliumstudio. Berthier was granted «Le grand prix National de la Création Industrielle » for his creative works. He was awarded twice the "Compasso d’Oro" in Italy.
Marc Sadler was born in Austria and has the French nationality. As a real world-citizen he lives in Milan now and works with companies from Asia, North-America and Europe.
Marcato Romano was born in Padua in 1951. He was examined at the Technical-Industrial School of Mechanics in 1970. In 1979 he founded the company “lapalma” where he mainly works as engineer, together with his brother.
Born on February 26, 1958 in Imperia, Marco Ferreri finished his studies in architecture in 1981 at the Politecnico of Milan, the city, in which he lives and where he had his design studio since 1984.
Marco Zanuso was born in Milan in 1916 and died in 2001. He acted as architect, designer and town planner and graduated in 1939 in architecture.
Margaretha Reichard doubtlessly counts to the grate representatives of the Bauhaus. Besides the teaching of her huge knowledge, the Bauhaus weaver made outstanding works during more than 50 years.
Margarita Salmerón Espinosa was born in the year 1971 in Valencia (Spain). She studied architecture at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. In cooperation with her husband Christoph Schindler she carried on the business Schindlersalmerón in Zurich.
The designer Margrethe Odgaard was born in the year 1978. She concluded her apprenticeship as a colour and print designer at the Danish Design School and the Rhode Island School of Design. Her style unifies simple and graphical patterns with humor.
The Dutch designer Margriet Foolen was born in 1982 and already worked for famous brands such as Droog Design or Royal VKB. She received different awards for the creative and innovative design of the Slowcooker.
For Maria Berntsen design means to accept emotions, handle them and incorporate them into the forms.
Maria Fehlstart is architect and partner of the office hage+griesenberg in Ahrensburg. She studied at the University Braunschweig and works as architect and product designer equally.
Maria Kivijärvi is a young arts & design student from Finland. She participated at a competition of the Finnish coffee-company Paulig’s Tahto & Taito (“Will & Skill”) for young talented designers in 2005 and directly won it.
Marianne Brandt was born in Chemnitz in 1893. She especially succeeded as metal designer, but also worked as a sculptor and painter.
Born in Mendrisio, Ticino , on April 1, 1943. After an apprenticeship with the architectural firm of Carloni and Camenisch in Lugano, he first attends the Art College in Milan and then studies at the University Institute of Architecture in Venice.
Born in 1955, Mario Mazzer finished his architecture studies in Mailand in 1978. After cooperation with different masters of the Italian design did he open his own office in the 1980ies and designes since then for popular manufacturers.
Mark Braun leads his own design office since 2006 in Berlin. The portfolio of the young designer includes projects for different customers such as Authentics, Philipps de Pury, NorthernLightning, Raumgestalt and many more.
Mark Gutjahr out of Cologne counts tot he newcommers among the German designers. This distinguishes also his work for companies such as Abet Laminati, Osram, Swarovski Optik, BASF and Swatch as well as his cooperation at numerous renowned expositions.
Markus Honka studied interior architecture after his schooling to become a cabinetmaker and clerk. Since 1997 he is an independant designer with the office honkahe interieur + furniture, Nürnberg, really successful and received many design prizes.
Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub (born 1965 in Stuttgart and 1964 in Ulm) already sat in the qualifying examination for the College for Design next to each other. Today they design popular products for manufacturers like Fritz Hansen, Thonet or Stelton.
1963 wurde Marta Sansoni in Florenz geboren. Nach Abschluss ihres Architekturstudiums an der Universität Florenz arbeitete sie dort von 1990 bis 1998 als Assistentin von Professor Remo Buti und gründete später ein eigenes Designstudio.
Marti Guixé is a in 1964 in Catalonia born designer, who lives today in his hometown Barcelona and also in Berlin. Guixé lerned his work in Barcelona, where he finished his studies in 1985 in „Interior Design“. Today he is working as an "Ex-Designer".
Martin Sonne works with graphics and industrial design. The decanting pourer, invented by Torben Flanbaum, is his first product design for the company.
Massimiliano Fuksas was born in 1944 in Rom, where he graduated in 1969 at the University La Sapienza in architecture. In 1967 he opened his first office in Rome, later, 1989, the one in Paris and in 1993 another one in Vienna.
Massimo Gardone was born in 1961. His works followed the slim lines of numerous voices in his soul: they contain poetry, music, photography and video, being the most important company while developing all his projects.
The Italian comic drawer and illustrator Massimo Giacon was born in Padua in the year 1961. Besides his drawing activities he works as designer, musician and artist. For A di Alessi he re-inspired classic porcelain figures.
As a designer, Mathieu Lehanneur attracted international attention with his elegant and creative designs. Lehanneurs products such as the air filter Andrea Air are part of many design collectors all over the world.
Matteo Rangi studied architecture in Milan before he worked as designer and founded the studio Aroundesign together with Giulio Iacchetti in 1999. He taught at different institutes and furthermore designs for namely manufacturers.
Matteo Thun was born in Bolzano, Italy, in 1952, studied at the Salzburg Academy under Oskar Kokoschka, took his degree in architecture in Florence in 1975 with Adolfo Natalini and moved to Milan in 1978, where he met and started working with Ettore Sotts
Mathew Hilton was born in Hastings / England in 1957, he studied furniture design and three-dimensions design in the Kingston Polytechnic. He lives and works in London. His works are viewable in numerous expositions.
Since 2003 Matthias Demacker is independent with his own design studio. His aim is to achieve his own concepts. Special products emerge that would be impossible otherwise.
Matthias Etter ist the founder of the Cuboro ball path. He finished his mechanical teachings, a social educational schooling and worked afterwords with handicapped people. He soon had the idea which ended up in the ball run Cuboro.
Matti Klenell, born in 1972 graduated in 1999 in the tradition rich Konstfack of the University of Applied Arts in Stockholm. Since the foundation of his own studio he was honored to be the “Swedish designer of the year” among others.
The talented designer Matti Walker von Zug (Switzerland) has been running his own studio for graphic art and design since 1991.
Mattias Ståhlbom was born in 1971 in Norrköping, but now lives in the Södermalm area of Stockholm, where he has been running his own design and architect’s office since 2002.
The industrial desiginer was born in Friedrichshafen near the Bodensee in Germany and lives today near it , too, but in Lindau.
Melissa Sunjaya is an Indonesian communication designer and creative multi-talent of the Bluelounge agency. She studied in Indonesia, Switzerland and the USA.
Metz & Kindler is a design studio that was founded in Darmstadt after its name givers Guido Metz and Michael Kindler. Both diploma engineers met in their primary school time and founded the office in 1995.
Having trained both as a butcher and carpenter, Michael Bihain studied Interior Design at the St Luc Institute in Liège and Hull University. Following his studies he opens his studio BihainProd in London.
Michael Graves was born in 1934 in Indianapolis. He finished his architecture studies in 1959 at the Harvard University and became already four years later professor at the Princeton University.
The architect and designer Michael Hilgers designs innovative furniture and products out of weatherproof materials. He is the head of the design office rephorm from Berlin, a company which designs balconies and terraces for design enthusiasts.
Michael Koenig runs his own design studio in Hamburg since 2001. Besides designing furniture and accessories for German customers such as Freiraum Design or Kaether & Weise, he also designs for international manufacturers such as Habitat or Ligne Roset.
Michael Mettler was born in 1970 in St. Gallen, Switzerland. In 1990 he started with his architecture studies in New York at the Cornell University and the ETH Zurich where he graduated with a diploma in 1997.
Design entwickeln, das sinnvoll, ästhetisch und funktional ist - so formuliert Michael Schwebius sein gestalterisches Ziel. Sein beruflicher Weg führt ihn, nach Ausbildung und Innenarchitekturstudium, als Designer in die Möbelindustrie.
Michael Young was born in Sutherland, England in 1966. Still during his studies for furniture and product design at the Kingston University in London, he worked in the Tom Dixon workshop in 1992.
Michel Boucquillon was born in Belgium in 1962 and graduated in Architecture in Brussels in 1988. Boucquillon designed the essential parts of the European Parliament in Brussels aged 26.
The designer Michel Sempels was born in the Italian region Varese in 1962. Initially he visited the European school in Varese and soon studied at the Physics Faculty of the Milan University.
After the criticisms and the confirmations, the exaltation of design and the conclusion of Memphis, Michele De Lucchi founded Produzione Privata, taking up the urge for change that was in the air at the turn of the ‘90s.
Miika Mansikkamaa is a young businessman with inventive talent. Miika Mansikkamaa is the president from Magisso Ltd. and inventor of the innocative Magisso dish cloth holder at the same time.
Mikaela Dörfel studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste industrial design in Hamburg, Germany. Since 1996 did she work as a free designer for many famous companies.
Miki Astori was born in Milan in the year 1965. After he graduated in Architecture, he began working as interior designer together with Antonia Astori. In 1992 he moved to Paris, where he works together with Philippe Starck.
Mikko Laakkonen was born in Espoo, Finland in 1974. After training as a musical instrument maker he studied design at the Kymenlaakso Polytechnic (Bachelors of Arts degree) and at University of arts and Design Helsinki (Master of Arts degree).
The Italian painter Mimmo Paladino is considered one of the most important representatives of the Italian Trans-avant-garde today.
The company .Molldesign has been founded by Rainer Moll in 1971 and it is led by him since then. .Molldesign invests a lot of work in the development of new products. Quality and innovation are the continuous aims of the company.
Monique Engelund is a Danish designer and architect. She works from her studio in Copenhagen at designs such as the Barcelona bird pavilion for Menu as well as complete furniture installations such as Noah’s Ark.
Jewellery and product design are the special disciplines by Moritz Wenz. While his jewellery and leather accessories act massive and archaic, his product design is inspired by the daily life and nightlife.
Morph UK is a London based design studio which has been founded by Bill Holding and Ben Cox in 1999. Since the foundation of the common studio, the customers and projects amount increased constantly – so they design for many renowned companies today.
The Danish designers Jan Egeberg and Morten Thing focus on many projects and they work together designing products such as thermometers and stainless steel cutlery since more than 10 years now.
The overall objective of autodidactic designer Morten Voss' design is to create functional and aesthetic added value. This occurs when known forms and materials are combined in new ways.
The design office Murken Hansen was founded by Hauke Murken and Sven Hansen in the year 1999. It is based in the Berlin district Kreuzberg since then. Both designers characterize their products as a symbiosis of simplicity and mechanic.
The designer Nando Schmidlin was born in the year 1989 and reached Designer-maturity at the Canton School Stadelhofen with his maturity work „Chair: from the idea to the prototype“.
Nanni Holén studied at Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm. After graduation in 2004, she established herself as a freelance designer.
The Japanese architect and designer Naoki Terada was born in 1967 in Osaka. Since 2003 he leads his own studio "Teradadesign" in Tokyo, in which he realised designs in the area architecture, product- and interior design.
Naoto Fukasawa was born in 1956 in Yamanashi-Prefecture, Japan. He graduated from Tama Art University's Product Design Department in art and 3D design in 1980.
Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher met each other while their studies at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich and founded their design studio „Neuland Industriedesign“ 1999 in the Bavarian capital.
Industrial and useful design out of Wendlingen am Neckar. Neunzig° Design – that is Barbara Funck and Rainer Weckenmann that focused their attention to simple and functional solutions.
The innovations of the design emerge at Next Architects through the combination of exploration and practical design. In cooperation with Aura Luz Melis Next Architects developed the Slow Glow Lamp for Droog Design.
Nicolas Barth Nussbaumer is a swiss designer of jewellery and watches. His Concave collection for Georg Jensen challenges the traditional design of the modern watch.
Nicolas Le Nocher was formed at the design school in Nantes. He started working for the Qui est Paul? Company in September of 2007. Le Nocher comes out of a generation of designers that believe the influence of their surrounding as an essential point.
Nicolas LeMoigne studied Industrial Design from 2001 to 2007 at the ECAL/ Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne.
Niels Hvass is one of the protagonists of the renewing of the Danish furniture design in the 1990es. It is one of the most cited and awarded contemporaneous Danish furniture designers. Since Hvass understood how to create a new design speaking.
Niels Kjeldsen was designer at Denmark’s leading design offices. He made an apprenticeship as smith and later studied product design at the design school in Denmark.
Since 1992, Nikolaï Carels is running very successfully his own design studio in Overveen, the Netherlands. In addition to other Awards, Carels won the Red Dot Design Award in 2005 for the cutting board which he created for the Dutch manufacturer RoyalVKB
Nina Tolstrups own design studio is called “Studiomama”. Tolstrup designs products for different companies and simultaneously follows an own approach that includes the marketing of her own designs with her brand “Studiomama”.
The architect Nisse Strinning was one of the greatest designers, making Sweden famous in the middle of former century.
In 1997 the NL Architects, an office in Amsterdam, with four architects -Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk, Kamiel Klaasse and Mark Linnemann -, which already worked together in the same office since the beginning of the 1990ies, founded.
NOA was founded by Michael Lammel in 1993, he worked famous design offices in Milan during many years before Lammel.
Norm; architects Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen & Kasper Rønn, are deeply rooted in the Scandinavian design tradition – which they honour and refine.
Norman Foster was born in Manchester in 1935. After graduating from Manchester University School of Architecture and City Planning in 1961 he won a Henry Fellowship to Yale University, where he gained a Master’s Degree in Architecture.
Norway says and the world will listen – Since the design-trio Torbjörn Anderssen, Andreas Engesvik and Espen Voll received great international recognition with their creations. They walk separated paths since 2009.
Officeoriginair emerged out of the cooperation of both designers Ivan Kasner and Uli Budde. Their cooperation is based on a continuous dialogue which is fed by their individual ideas, interests and inspirations.
Design Professor Oiva Troikka is one of the greatest names in Finnish glass design. For his fantasy-full, rich and bold glass arts, Professor Oiva Troikka received numerous awards.
Since 1996 Olaf Schroeder (geb. 1966) develops - in his own development office for industrial- and public design - design concepts and solutions for the areas product-, furniture, system- and exhibition design and design projects in a public room.
Ole Jensen is a well-known Danish designer and has created a couple of products for Normann Copenhagen.
The name Ole Palsby is associated with a quite fantastic career. The Danish top designer from Copenhagen is entirely self-trained. He began his designer career as the proprietor of a shop selling household goods. The shortcomings of some products he used
Oliver Fabel was born in Kassel in 1970. From 1991 to 1993 he studied architecture at the Gh Kassel and from 1993 to 1999 he studied at the Bauhaus University in Weimar at the design faculty (more detailed – free arts).
Oliver Krapf is joiner and estate proven designer. Together with the designer Linda Altmann he founded the studio Stadtnomaden, this one creates furniture that can be assembled without screws and tools.
Oliver Kray worked for the Berlin graphic scene before, today renowned companies trust him.
Since 2004 Karen Olze and Gisa Wilkens worked together in their own design office. Both studied Industrial Design at the UdK Berlin and designed successful accessories and furniture, being already awarded several times.
Seit der Gründung durch Michiel Uylings und Jeroen Schaeffer im Jahr 1997 entwirft Ontwerpbureau 311 zeitgemässe Produktlösungen.
As a multidisciplinary design agency Ontwerpwerk services both the commercial and the non-profit sector by producing, designing and advising on communication media.
Blasius Osko and Oliver Deichmann founded the Berlin design project "Wunschforscher", before she founded the successful office "Osko & Deichmann" in 2005.
Andreas Ostwald and Klaus Nolting work together in the eponymous agency ON-Industrial Design Gbr in Hamburg since 1996. Both initially studied Industrial Design in Kiel and work there as graphic designers since the year 2000.
Paola Navone was born in Turin (Italy) in 1950. She graduated as an architect in1973 in Florence and begins to cooperate with Alessandro Mendini and Ettore Sottsass in the legendary “Studio Alchimia” in 1974.
Paolo Gerosa graduated at the Politecnico di Milano in the year 2005. Paolo Gerosa works together with the Studio LPWK since 2008, designing products for Alessi and other manufacturers.
The Milan Paolo Rizzatto counts to the most successful contemporaneous Italian Designers. He already won the Compasso d’Oro three times. In 1978 he founded the company Luceplan together with Ricardo Sarfatti and Sandra Severi.
Pascal Charmolu is a French citizen who has lived in Stockholm since 1984. In 1990 he graduated from the industrial department of the Swedish Academy of Art and Crafts in Stockholm.
The designer Pascal Mourgue was born in Neuilly in France in 1943. He lives and works in Montreuil-Sous-Bois today. He already works as a product designer since more than 25 years now. With his numerous designs he became internationally famous.
The Spanish Patricia Urquiola already worked together with namely designers such as Achille Castiglioni, Vico Magistretti or Piero Lissoni after her graduation. She designs in her own office for renowned Italian companies since 2001.
Patrick Frey was born in the year 1973 in Seoul/South Korea. After his studies he founded the office Frey + Boge Industrial Design together with Markus Boge in the year 2004. Since 2007 he works independently in the office Patrick Frey Industrial Design.
Patrick Jouin Was born in 1967 in Nantes in France. He graduated at the „ENSCI-les Ateliers“ in Paris in 1992. From 1995 to 199 he worked together with the Studio from Philippe Starck in Paris.
Patrick Morris was born in 1978 in Matakana, New Zealand. After his schooling to become a sculptor, he left New Zealand and moved to London, where he studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.
Patrick Nadeau studied product design as well as architecture, certified. He lives and works in Paris. He founded his own design office in 1997; there he works at projects for architectural, design and environment shaping reasons.
Born in 1978 in Bridgetown, Cannock (UK), Paul Mander studied graphic design and soon developed the greatest interest in three-dimensional forms.
Sir Paul Smith ist ein britischer Modedesigner und Unternehmer. Smith ist hauptsächlich für seine Herrenmode-Kollektionen und und den Einsatz bunter Farben und floraler Muster in seiner Mode bekannt.
The design of accessories that Paul Stilling designed for the Danish manufacturer Blinkilde is the result of a design understanding, which is made for straight lines, geometric forms and a simple expression.
Peer Clahsen was born in 1938, made an apprenticeship and an arts career and lives in Switzerland today.
Pelikan Copenhagen was founded in 1966. The designers achieve in harmonizing modern with classic styles since then.
Pentagon Design is an agency for industrial design in Helsinki. Their products do especially convince by creative functionality.
Der Glas-Designer Per Lütken (1916-1998) lernte ursprünglich Malerei an der School of Arts, Crafts and Design. Von 1942 bis 1998 arbeitete er eng mit dem dänischen Unternehmen Holmegaard zusammen.
She has received several international design awards and her talent for creating innovative designs has made her one of Scandinavia's most successful upcoming designers.
Peter Heiner Bockwoldt was born in Stuttgart in the year 1961. He grew up in Australia and South Africa and he studied Industrial Design and Industrial Engineering. Among others, Bockwoldt designed the A | Design candle extinguisher for Auerhahn.
Peter Brand was born in Sweden in 1959 and started to work at Swedish manufacturer Blå Station in 1994. There, he is seen as a self-criticising ascetic and was furthermore the first designer who was not a member of the Lindau family.
Peter Ghyczy belongs to the type of designers that influenced German design noticeably. His most famous creation is the Garden Egg from 1968, the first foldable armchair.
Peter Holmblad was the managing director and owner of Stelton untill 2004 and together with Arne Jacobsen, he developed the Cylinda Line.
As the son of a Norwegian father and a Swedish mother, Peter Johansen is a real mixture of the true Scandinavian.
Peter Karpf was born in 1940. In 2002 he was received the Bruno Mathson Design Prize and the Jury annonced him as one of the best Scandinavian designers.
Peter Keilbach, founder of the Keilbach Design company , walked a long way to reach the level he has today.
Peter Maly studied Interior Design at the Fachhochschule (University of Applied Sciences) in Detmold. In the 1960s he led the Interior Design team of the German magazine “Schöner Wohnen” (Beautiful Living). Since 1970 he has run his own Design Studio in H
Peter Svarrer (1957) studied at the Danish School of Decorative Art and graduated in 1981. He was awarded with numerous design awards that he got for his exceptional works with glass.
Peter van de Water (*1969) is always searching the perfect symbiosis of form, function and construction.
Peter van der Jagt was born in 1971. Besides his design studies at the College of Arts in Arnheim ded he focus on 3D design.
Philip Bro Luvigsen was born in Australia in 1962 and studied at the Danish School of Arts and Design. In 1994, the trained industry designer founded the design studio philip bro design.
The Stuttgart Design Studio Phoenix Design was founded by Tom Schönherr and Andreas Haug in the year 1987. With 30 employees Phoenix belongs to the leading Design Studios in Germany.
Piero Lissoni was born in 1956 in Seregno, Italiy. After his architecture studies in Milan did he work as a designer for Molteni and Lema. In 1986 he founded in cooperation with Nicoletta Canesi the Milan studio "Lissoni Associat".
Pierre Paulin advanced to become a design star in the 1950es through chairs and loungers with stretchable fabrics in round forms and vivid colours. Later on he designed complete rooms of the Elysée palace among others.
The designer Piet Hein was born in Copenhagen in 1905 and died in 1996. Almost all of his works are characterized of a form of the super ellipses.
The 1995 nominated Cultural ambassador from Flanders Piet Stockmans, was born in the Belgian Leopoldsburg in 1940.
Pietro Ferruccio Laviani was born in Cremona, Italy in 1960. He studied design and architecture and worked together with namely manufacturers such as Kartell, Foscarini, Cassina or Flos and kept diverse speeches as Professor at the Domus Academy.
Industrial designer, MDD (member of the Danish Design council). Graduated at the Danish Design school in 1996, with a special focus on furniture and home. She works with innovative furniture design in her design office in Copenhagen.
After Robin Platt finished his sudies at the Londoner College of Furniture, he founded an own design agency with the architect Cairn Young in the London Kennington.
Poul Henningsen was born in Copenhagen as a son of the famous Danish actor Agnes Henningsen.
The Danish designer Designer Poul Kjærholm was born in 1929. As a learned cabnit maker did he study at the Applied Arts School in Copenhagen.
Povl Bjerregaard Eskildsen was born in Denmark in 1954. He spent a lot of time in the furniture manufacture of his father when he was a young boy, he says that there is where his knowledge about furniture design came from.
With the creation of the legendary cutlery mono-a, Peter Raacke, born in Hanua in 1928, made design history. Being a professor and lecturer at the universities of Darmstadt, Kassel and Hamburg, he has influenced many young designers.
Volker Albus, born in 1949, studied architecture at RWTH Aachen from 1968 to 1976, and then started working as a freelance architect. In 1984, he began designing furniture and interiors.
Prospero Rasulo was born in Stigliano di Matera in the year 1953. He is an artist and a designer. He manufactures material and plastic stage designs, advertising spaces and private home decors since 1980.
qed* questions daily things and thereby generates completely new concepts and products – products that go new paths regarding handling, materiality, technology and shaping, to make the everyday more inspiring, pleasant and exciting.
Raffaele Celentano was born in the year 1962 in Sorrento. In this city he took his first pictures, which levelled his way to a career as a professional photograph. Although initially he worked as a teacher.
Raffaele Tedesco was born in 1976 and deceased in 2007. Tedesco was architect focusing on light design. Since 2001 Raffaele Tedesco works together with the Italian manufacturer Luceplan and designed the lamps Agave, Zeno and Supergiù.
The design team Ransmeier & Floyd are the two Americans Leon Ransmeier, born in 1979 in New York and Gwendolyn Floyd, born in 1979 in Houston.
The designer Rasmus Gottliebsen initially finished his art studies successfully before he entered the publicity industry. Since 2001 Gottliebsen works at own projects in his company Herpes.
Raul Barbieri was born in Milan in the year 1946. In 1972 he began studying architecture at the Polytechnic in Milan. During his studies he met Giorgio Marianelli, with who he led a common architecture and design studio in 1989.
Rebecca Uth’s work began as a tribute to her greatest love Georg Jensen. She had time to browse through the attic of the Georg Jensen basement and she searched treasures in several selected archives.
Regitze Overgaard was one of the path-makers of organic design, which attracted the attention of leading artists and designers rat the beginning of her career.
René Barba was born in Cuba, grew up in Miami and lives in Paris since the beginning of the 90es. Each one of these cities did not only influence Barba in his personal development, but also in his design philosophy.
Founded by Theo Richardson, Charles Brill and Alexander Williamsin 2007, Rich Brilliant Willing is an internationally renowned design studio and one of the most exciting studios currently working in the United States.
Richard Hutten is one of the most successful Dutch designers. In the year 1991 he achieved his Industrial design degree in Eindhoven. In the same year he founded his own design-studio.
Richard Riemerschmid (* 20. Juni 1868 in Munich; † 13. April 1957 in Munich) was one f the most important members of the German Jugendstil. He was also painter, architect an a pioneer of todays industrial design.
After his studies at the Iowa State University and the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, Richard Schultz joined the Knoll Associates in 1951, in order to work together with Harry Bertoia.
Richard Shed works with product, room and interaction design as well as researches in his design studio in the east of London. Richard Shed has worked for numerous namely companies.
The designteam Ridderstråle & Broberg was founded by the two Swedish designers Johan Ridderstrale and Mats Broberg. Both are interior designer and designer and have studied from 2001 to 2006 at the Konstfack University College of Arts & Craft Design.
Rikke Hagen was born in 1970 and learned her skills as glass and ceramic designer at the Danish School of Design. She led an own glass studio in North Sealand, where she experimented with the most different methods of glass work.
Rikke Sønderby was born in 1965 and has an education within export. Rikke has a background within international sales, marketing and communication and has worked in large, international as well as smaller Danish companies.
Rob Brandt mainly works with shades. He uses well known images in his works and plays with stereotypes. The works are therefore the expression of a moment and especially emphasize what was important for Rob Brandt in the designing moment.
Robert Dudley Best (1892-1984) studied at the Düsseldorf School for Industrial Design and later on at the Furniture Atelier in Paris. 1930 he designed his revolutionary lamp in the Bauhaus style and counts to the most famous British designers since then.
Robert Kilders was born near the Lower Rhine on 1968 and studied Industrial Design in Essen. R. Kilders founded a design office in Berlin in 2008 where he especially designs living accessories and tableware for internationally renowned customers.
The American Robert Ward is one of both founders of Award Associates and leader of the company. In 1979 he came to Germany, where he began an apprenticeship to become arts restaurateur and graduated studying object design.
Robin Platt has established himself as one of the most successful British designers of the past ten years. Since 2002 he began a solo career alongside the partnership with Cairn Young (Platt & Young).
The designer Roderick Vos descended from a family of craftspeople. Finally Roderick Vos studied Industrial Design himself from 1984 to 1990 at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. There he also met his future wife Claire.
Bonetto Rodolfo (Milan 1929-1991) knew how to connect his knowledge about production technologies and materials with the aspects of ergonomics and a correct form-research. He has already been honored six times with the Compasso d’Oro for his work.
The designer Rodrigo Torres was born 1976 in Bogotá in Columbia. By now he worked in cooperation with a lot of different companies like Ferrero, Nike and Microsoft, and had a lot of exhibitions and won awards.
Rody Graumans was born in 1968. In spite of his young age he has at least one classic design: The pendant 85 Lamps.
Roland Kreiter was born in Rumania in 1983 and grew up in Germany. Kreiter is a trained model constructor and studied industrial design in Darmstadt. His Mysqueeze citrus press obtained the Design Plus Award in 2011.
Whoever has dealt with exhibitions and interior design, furniture design or corporate identity concepts in Germany in the last 4 decades – you have to know Rolf Heide.
Ron Gilads was born in the year 1972 in Tel-Aviv. Today he lives and works in New York City. Ron Gilads Hybrid-Objects combine material and humour in an esthetical game.
Ronan (1971) and Erwan (1976) Bouroullec were both born in Quimper, France. The brothers worked together since 1999.
Ross McBride was born in the Northeastern United States in 1962. He earned his bachelor's degree in graphic design from the California Institute of the Arts, and upon graduation in 1985, promptly moved to Tokyo where he has lived ever since.
Rud Thygessen and Johnny Sørensen received both studies at the University for Arts and Craftmanship in Denmark. Beside numerous furniture series’, they designed the successful salt and pepper rasper for Rosendahl.
The design brand side by side was founded in 2001 by Sabine Meyer and the Caritas Wendelstein Factories and free designers. Since then Sabine Meyer is responsable as project leader for the unusual brand side by side.
Since 2003 Kasper and Thomas have worked together, from their studio in Copenhagen, and their first design, the Nosy lamp was exposeded in 2008. Summer 2006 they have moved their studio to a new location in the middle of Copenhagen.
Salvatore Indriolo is and Italian designer and responsible for the White Shell chair. The chair, which can also be used as night-table or storage system was designed by Indriolo for the Italian manufacturer Zanotta in the year 2011.
Samuel Wilkinson designs interesting and vivid designs, always searching a dynamic approach for form and function. In the year 2002 Wilkinson finished his studies of Furniture and Product Design.
Sarah Böttger was born in Wiesbaden in 1980. After her apprenticeship as carpenter, she studied Industrial Design at the University for Design in Offenbach am Main.
Satyendra Pakhalé was born in 1967 in Washim in the Indian Maharashtra. After his studies and his cooperation with Philips, he founded his own Atelier in Amsterdam in 1998, where he realizes projects for renowned companies.
Marie Schmid Schweiger (*1972) and Florian Viererbl (*1974) founded their studio for product design at the Starnberger Sea in 2003.
Born in Hamm in 1976, Sebastian David Büscher graduated in Interior Design from Fachhochschule Hildesheim (University of Applied Sciences).
Sebastian Herkner was born in 1981. He studied product design at the Offenbach Design Academy. During his studies he also experienced an internship at Stella McCartney in London. He developed a deeper understanding for colours and materials there.
Sebastian Holmbäck was born in Copenhagen in 1971. He graduated as Industrial and Furniture designer in 1998 at the Danmark Design Skole. He works in his own design office “StudioB” for renowned companies since 2003.
Sebastian Wrong was born in London in 1971. In his work, he concentrates on the handling of the product, the pureness of the form, the function and the honesty of the design.
Serge Atallah is an architect that established in the design scene later on. His inspiration sources are versatile; his designs however, are connected by one demand: simplicity.
Sharonah Lüderitz calls herself a „modern nomad“ and therewith suits her customers without a doubt, the Stadtnomaden out of Stuttgart, for who Lüderitz designed the storage system “Sowieso”.
Shaun Fynn’s design philosophy places the research and observation in the start. The finished product should reflect and work-out the values and rhythms of the different cultures. The success is his approval.
Shay Alkalay is one of the UK's most exciting new design imports. After graduating with an MA in product design from the Royal College of Art, he set up Raw-Edges, a London-based design studio with fellow graduate, Yael Mer.
Shin und Tomoko Azumi gründeten 1995 das Azumi Design Studio in London. Dort betreuen die gebürtigen Japaner namhafte Kunden und wurden für ihre Arbeiten bereits mehrfach ausgezeichnet.
After Shunji Yamanaka successfully finished his engineer studies at the University of Tokyo in 1982, he did initially work for the Nissan Motor’s Design Center.
Sidse Werner was a cabinet-maker, a weaver, industrial designer and an architect. She worked with carpets, textiles, glass, lamps, furniture and artefact in general.
Years of experience out of the tradition of a family company combined with innovative dynamism – Christian and Michael Sieger manage „sieger design“ in the second generation after their father Dieter Sieger founded the company.
Besides the founder of the company Georg Jensen (1866-1935), connoisseurs also appreciate two more designers: first of all Johan Rohde (1856-1935), who got famous through his handle jug “No.432A” from 1920 in which the muzzle and the handle form an entir
Since the 1960s, he has been working for several architecture offices in Denmark and in 1969 he created the unique light Norm69.
With his company Magno, Kartono produces the Wooden Radio and other little products. With that he supports the growth of the region., Mango has already 30 employees who learn the craft and then use it.
Soren Schou was born in Aalborg, Denmark and he completed his architecture and industrial design diploma in the year 1988 at the School of Architecture, Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.
Sori Yanagi was born in 1915 in Tokyo. His organic formed design connects western industrial design with the traditional hand made designs of Japan.
StauffacherBenz is a studio for product design that was founded in Uster/Zürich. The action field from StauffacherBenz is wide sized and calibrates from robust, classical product design to fleet-footed, playful design statements.
Stefan Bench was born in the year 1978 in England. In 2000 he graduated in Contemporary Furnishing and Product Design at the University Buckinghamshire. Stefan Bench attaches the highest importance to clear forms and the attention to details.
Stefan Broselius was born in 1974 in Malmö. After finishing a three year apprentice as a cabinet maker, he started studying furniture design for two years at Stenebyskolan and than, Broselius worked as a restorer.
Stefan Diez worked already during his studies of Industrial Design as an assistant for Konstantin Krcic and Richard Sapper. In 2002, he founded his own design studio in Munich and won so far several important design awards.
Stefan Lindfors was born on Ahvenanmaa in 1962, an archipelago between Finland and Sweden. He is a versatile person and doesn't only work as furniture and product designer...
Stefan Stocker was born in the year 1970. He coins the success of many products from the design team :echtform, that he founded with Katrin Wellmann, thanks to his competences on the area of production oriented product development.
Born in 1972 in Lauingen, near Dillingen, Stefanie Preißnitz visited the University of Design in Augsburg from 1989 to 1991. She works as product designer and as a freelance for small-series jewelry today.
Stefano Giovannoni, born in La Spezia in 1954, graduated in Architecture in Florence in 1978, he lives and works in Milan.
Stefano Pirovano was born in Milan in 1961. He is a real multi-talent and works as product, furniture and graphic design as well as stage designer.
Schmelling already worked on a spectrum of design disciplines: From product design and industrial design, to decoration and sculptures. ;eanwhile he is house designer of ther Ego company, which he leads wth Michael Bruun.
Stephen Bretland was born in the English Liverpool in 1968. He is cofounder of Loglike, where he works with ethic and ecologic design, as well as with the design collective TEN. Also the frame “Picture Book” emerged for Suck Uk.
Sternform tries to walk through life open-eyed and to react adequately. Additionally, they don´t want to think of the bare functions of things but also care about life being as pleasant as possible with them.
The sculptor Steve Lechot out of the Swiss Jura experiments with all kind of materials and light, besides of his focused element: stone. The awarded One by One floor lamp for Belux emerged out of that in 2004.
Steve McGugan was born in Canada (1960), raised in the United States, educated at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, worked three years as in-house designer at Bang & Olufsen in Denmark, worked three years as assistant designer at D
Das Design Hospital was founded by Frank Schreiner (stiletto) in 1991.
StokkeAustad is a Norway design team based in Oslo. The designers Jonas R. Stokke and Øystein Austad work together with Linn Tale Haugen and Joachim Levin here.
Strössel Design includes both designers Sofia Löfstedt and Johanna Lindgren Örn. They met each other in the master program for textile design at the Konstfack in Stockholm. They produce their window stickers professionally since 2003.
Eric Sloot and Paulien Berendsen, both diplomats graduated of the Design Academy in Eindhoven, founded their design studio named Studio Parade in 1991.
The Scholten & Baijings Studio for Design was founded by the designers Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings in the year 2000 in Amsterdam. Meanwhile, the designer duo is a constant part of the Dutch design.
Sven Baacke is the inventor and designer of the maybe most exciting advent light: the Swabia advent light.
Sylvain Willenz was born in 1978 in Brüssel. In the years 2001 to 2003 did he study product design at the Royal College of Art in London. Right after that in 2004, did he open his own design studio in London.
Søren Georg Jensen (1917-1982) – sculptor and silver smith, was son of the famous silver smith Georg Jensen.
Søren Slebo is an important member of the Skagerak Denmark design team since many years. In this time he has designed several furniture pieces and gift articles.
With more than twenty years' experience as a ceramicist, including a number of years at Kähler, Søren Thygesen is experienced at his trade. That's obvious from his latest creation, multi-faceted bowls.
Takashi Shinozaki was born in 1968 in Tokyo, Japan. From 1993 to 1996 he studied architecture at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts. Takashi Shinozaki was already awarded twice with the Japanese Good Design Award.
Tapio Wirkkala was born in the southern city of Finland, Hanko in 1915. He was a graphic designer, interior architect and an extremely successful products-designer.
Born in 1942 in Iserlohn, Tassilo von Grolmann finished his schooling to become a machinist at AEG, before he studied industry design at the College for Art in Kassel.
Tejo Remys Designscombines a nostalgic note with a coeval function, which is shown in the combinations of oldmaterials and technics with new forms and applicability which are alot ahead in time.
Teppo Asikainen is part of the Valvomo, an office for architecture and design in Helsinki. Valvomo works in all areas of design, from architecture to objects.
thesevenhints is an agency for products development in Wien, Austria. The experienced Designers from thesevenhints design products for namely manufacturers all over the world.
Thomas Bernstrand trained to be a designer at the School of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm and Danmarks Designskole.
Thomas Ericksson is a Swedish designer. His awarded products he designed among others, with great names of the scene such as Cappellini or IKEA. Thomas Ericksson founded his own office named TEA in 1988.
The English designer and artist Thomas Heatherwick was born in London in 1970. After he graduated at the Royal College of Art in 1994 he worked for Harvey Nicholson as designer for a Shop’s front.
Thomas Sandell, born in 1959 is one of the most famous Swedish architects and artists. He works in cooperation with Ulf Sandberg and Joakim Uebel in the company sandellsandberg since 1995 which is specialized in design and architecture.
Born in 1926 in Helsinki, Timo Sarpaneva is one of the great personalities responsible for the world reputation of Finnish design since the 1950s.
Tobia Scarpa was born in Venice in 1935 as son of the famous architect and furniture designer Carlo Scarpa. After his studies at the Venice university, he began designing his first works aged twenty-two.
Native New Yorker Todd Bracher, founder of Todd Bracher Studio LLC, is a Designer and Educator currently based in New York City after a decade working in Copenhagen, Milan, Paris and London.
Tokujin Yoshioka was born in the year 1967 in Japan. He concluded his studies at the Kuwasawa Design School in Tokyo in the year 1989. He combines handicraft tradition with the usage of contemporaneous material and innovative techniques in his works.
Tom Nybroe was born in 1956. His passion for wine and his affinity for perfection inspired Nybroe to the glass series Perfection for Holmegaard.
Tom Stepp was born in 1950 and he lives and works in Helsingør, Denmark. He graduated as an architect at the Royal Danish academy of Fine arts in 1980. The same year he founded his design company “Tom Stepp industrial Design”.
Tomke Biallas studied at the University for Applied Arts in Hamburg until 2000 after she made her high school graduation and an apprenticeship in ceramic handcrafts. Biallas works together with Grisella Kreiterling since 2003 founding Nordprodukt GbR.
The Japanese Tomoyuki Matsuoka was born in 1970 and studied product design and architecture in Japan and Denmark. For Blå Station, he created the colourful Island Series. Matsuoka emphasizes a natural-harmonic and timeless design.
Porcuatro is an independent design studio that was founded by several experts with different creative backgrounds. The team consists of graph designers, industrial designers and photographers.
With more than 60 awards and acknowledgements Tools Design ranks amongst Denmark’s most successful designers and it is a figure head for Danish design.
Torben Flanbaum is an inventor and a trained plumber; he designed the inside of the Menu decanting pourer.
Torben Rasmussen was born in 1954. Educated as a carpenter - graduated with a silver medal in 1974. Constructing Architect at the Copenhagen Polytech in 1981 and Architect/Interior Designer at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture
Tord Boontje was born in Enschede, Netherlands in 1968. He first studied industrial design at the Design Academy in Eindhoven (1986 - 1991), and followed this with a Masters from the Royal College of Art in London (1992 - 1994).
The in Hamburg born designer Torsten Neeland works in London today. His employers are famous companies like Audi, Rosenthal, Authentics and the lamp manufacture Anta.
Toshiyuki Kita was born in Japan in the year 1942 and studied Design at the Naniwa Design College in Osaka. Some of his products are in museums all around the world. Beside his work as designer, Toshiyuki Kita also is professor for Product Design.
Troels Seidenfaden was born in 1962 and originally served his apprenticeship as a gunsmith in 1984. After that he studied at the Danish School of Design, specializing in Design Management and graduated in 1996.
Tveit & Tornøe is the name of the design-duo from Bergen, which is famous since September of 2006. Since then both founders have already attracted a lot of attention, winning the “Young Talent Award” in Norway in the year 2007.
Ulf Hanses is the creator of the Streamliner.
Ulrichadolf Namislow was born in Essen in 1948. He designed products for Naef and Authentics in the 80es; those were awarded several times with the Design Plus. He teaches design basics at the FH Mainz since 1986.
V12 Design is an industrial design firm, founded at the end of 2004 by Velerio Cometti, based in Milan and with an associate studio in Sydney.
Verner Panton was born in 1926. He is one of Denmark's most influential 20th- century furniture and interior designers. Died in 1998.
Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt graduated from The Danish Design School in 1994. Since then she has primarily worked with unique ceramic pieces. In the later years she has started to work more with function and wood as the main material.
Vicente Garcia Jimenez was born in Valencia in the year 1978. In the year 2005 he opened his office in Milan that especially manufactures illuminants, decors and furniture in cooperation with many other companies.
The versatile Italian architect Vico Magistretti is chiefly known as a designer. Vico Magistretti designed a great many furnishings, lighting, ceramics and objects made of plastic.
Vincenz Warnke, born in 1970 in Munster, graduated in design at the University of Applied Arts in 1999 in Hamburg. He is a co-founder of the design labels Pension für Design and Pension für Produkte.
Vistapark was founded in Wuppertal in 1997. Since then Vistapark stands for integrated design and communication solutions out of the own hand. The design team around Holger Bramsiepe and Arndt Johannes cares about interdisciplinary thinking methods.
The 1962 born Italian initially studied arts and promoted afterwards at the Milan polytechnic in architecture. Then he taught there for a few more years. According to his studies, Locatelli moves at the borders of architecture and design.
Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe (1927-2004) was born in Malmö in Sweden. She graduated at the arts academy (Konstfackskolan) in Stockholm in 1945 and moved to Paris in 1956; there she soon gained recognition as a jewelry designer.
Vogt & Weizenegger connect design with the duty of enabling a completely new view of what already exists and to light all the factors of an appearance, making the impossible possible.
After his Industrial Design studies at the Parsons School (NY) Robinson founded in 1999 the design-studio "VRiD llc" in Brooklyn. There he worked in cooperation with his wife Miho Suzuki in the areas Industrial-, Packaging and Interior-Design.
WATdesign is a young company out of Eindhoven (Netherlands), which was founded by Maarten Baptist and Jan Habraken.
Wendy Boudewijns graduated at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2005. Since then she leads her own design studio. With the puzzle Dinner Tray for children, the new-comer already received the Red Dot Design Award.
Shortly after his studies in 1993, Werner Asslinger founded the “Studio Asslinger” in Berlin. His Gel Chairs, with which Asslinger integrated bicycle material into the furniture world, count to the revolutionaries of material usage.
Wiel Arets founded in 1984 Wiel Arets Architect & Associates in Heerlen. Besides his works as an architectdoes he als work with product design and designed for example the electric boiler Hot.it for Alessi.
Willem van der Slius finished his studies at the Rietveld Art Academy in 1996. 1999 Willem van der Slius began cooperating with the design studio Solar Initiative. Here he met Hugo Timmermans with who he founded Customr in 2001.
Willi Glaeser is cabinetmaker master, designer, managing onwer of the joinery Glaeser AG and founder of the internationally known Swiss furniture brand wogg. Its most famous and bestselling design object is the paper collector from 1989.
Willie Landels became popular with the designs of plastic furniture in the 1960es. The most famous result of that time is the sofa “Throw Away” out of the year 1965 for Zanotta.
Als Möbeldesigner avancierte er zu einem der bedeutendsten Vertreter des schweizerischen Neofunktionalismus des 20. Jahrhunderts. Zu besonderer Bekanntheit brachte es Guhls Strandstuhl aus dem Jahr 1954.
Wolf Udo Wagner founded his Studio for Design & Interior in Frankfurt, after he studied architecture and product design in Darmstadt and Manchester.
Wolfgang Pichler is the head behind the company Viteo-Outdoors. The simplicity and reduction to the essential characterize his designs in architecture as well as in design. Exemplarily therefore is his solar lamp Zoe.
Born in Brügge in 1969, Lust graduated in interior architecture in 1992. Since the 1990s the Belgian concentrated on the designs of furniture and accessories in industrial production.
Yaacov Kaufman was born September 10th 1945 in the ancient U.D.S.S.R. From 1945 to 1957 he lived in Poland. In 1957 he immigrated to Israel and lives in Tel-Aviv today.
Yee Ling Wan from Brixton (South-London) studied Design at the Central St. Martin College of Art & Design. After working in cooperation with companies like MonoOne and Milk Design, did she move to innermost in 2004.
The Finnish designer and artist Yki Nummi was born in 1925 and died 1984. Yki Nummi is still considered to be among the most remarkableScandinavian designers of his time. Nummi’s lamps received awards at the Triennials in Milan in 1954, 1957 and 1960.
Yves Béhar was born in Lausanne in 1967 and grew up in Switzerland. He studied industrial design in Europe and the USA and founded the successful design-studio “fuseproject” in 1999.
Studio Zoocreative, are the Spanish designers Jaume Ramírez, Gorka Ibargoyen and Josema Carrillo. Their concept: Design is a part of our environment!
45 Kilo is a design studio that was founded in 2007 by Philipp Schöpfer and Daniel Klapsing during their studies in product design at Bauhaus–University Weimar.
5.5 Designers is a research-oriented design studio which has been founded by Vincent Baranger, Jean- Sébastien Blanc, Anthony Lebossé, and Claire Renard in August of 2003.
Adam Goodrum was born in Australia in 1972. The desire of practical, space saving everiday objects is the focus of his work.
Alain Lee & Ming Yang are Taiwanese designers. Both of them work for the company Pega Design, which belongs to the computers company Asus.
Alan Chan was born in the year 1950. It is one of the few in Hong Kong trained designers that achieved international recognition. He received more than 500 local and international design awards until today.
Alan Wisniewski has always been interested in arts and design. He also got his first job as industrial designer by his personal love for good design – His for Umbra designed purse directly led him to the Canadian design manufacturer.
The 1972 born Alessandro Busana graduated in 1999 in Industrial Design at the Scuola Italiana Design in Padova.
Maria Bengtsson studied graphic design at the arts university Konstfack in Stockholm. Thomas E. Alken Møbel studied industrial design at the Danmark Designskole in Copenhagen. Together, they work for Georg Jensen as “Alken & Bengtsson“.
Anders Folke Andersen is a trained carpenter. But especially in Scandinavia it is unavoidable to include design in good handicraft, and that was how Andersen started to design furniture.
Anderssen & Voll are two of three designers of the ancient „Norway Says“ studio, and with it, they are two of the most famous and successful Norwegian designers. Both of them have already been nominated “Designer of the year”.
Andrea Morgante was born in Milan in the year 1972. After successful cooperation with famous designers and design studios, he founded Shiro Studio in the year 2009, where he designs products for renowned companies.
Andreas Krob’s office B4K unifies architectural skills with those or an industrial designer and stands for the sensible design of demanding, innovative duties out of design and architecture areas.
Prof. Andreas Ostwald loves innovative design. That’s the reason why he doesn’t only design, but also teaches the subject: at the University of Arts in Bremen in the unique career Integrated Design
Gian Franco Gasparini is a doctorate architect of Florence. Besides his work as industrial planner, the Italian leads an own design studio together with his wife Anna.
The 1965 born, Danish ceramist Annemette Kissow moved to Copenhagen in 1995, where she started her studies as ceramist and glass designer at the Danish Design School in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Antoine Persyn is a product designer, photographer and graph designer. The French works in China among other countries.
Ariane März offers solutions for everyday problems with her designs.
Åsa Mc Cormac was educated at the Anselm school of furniture in Scotland 1992-1994. She had her own studio in USA 1994-1995 and then in Stockholm until 1998.
Asshoff & Brogård is an independent, based in Stockholm design studio. Both heads behind Asshoff & Brogård are Johanna Asshoff and Hanna Brogård.
Alex Bjurström began to be interested in design when he worked as project manager for the furniture company Flippa K. He soon noticed that he had a talent therefore and changed completely into the design branch.
Baptiste Lanne was born in France in 1987. The French works and lives in the French capital Paris.
Before Bendetta Mori Ubaldini moved to Milan in the year 2005, she lived and studied in London. Despite of her work with many materials, she is especially famous for her innovative and exceptional wire mesh objects.
Benoît Deneufbourg was born in Belgium in 1977 and studied design and interior architecture at the Saint-Luc Arts University in Brussels.
The three designers carry a wide repertoire of ideas and set them nonchalantly into unexpected connections, according to the credo “confrontation encourages advance”.
Bodil Vilhelmine Dybvad Pedersen is a passion designer, inspired by the day by day. She designed the innovative hook “The Beak” which has been marketed in the year 2009.
Brendan Ravenhill has the aim of reaching the perfect symbiosis of form and function, materials and manufacturing methods as a designer. Brendan Ravenhill works and plays with boats as a hobby if he is not designing products and buildings.
Bruno Rainaldi lives and works since more than 20 years in the design area. He works together with many famous Italian design manufacturers, among others with Opinion Ciatti, Terzani, Mussi or the Gruppo Sintesi.
The Danish design duo Busk+Hertzog consists of the designers Flemming Busk and Stephan B. Hertzog. Their designs are characterized by pure and clear lines as well as a simple and direct expression.
The designs by BY:AMT come from the designer Alissia Melka-Teichroew. Right after her design studies in Eindhoven did she found the studio Alissia MT Design in 2000, which was reformed in the brandBY:AMT in 2005.
Carolina Kim was the winner of the Umbra / Pratt Design Competition 2008. There she was the best newcomer designer and got the desired prize.
Changedesign is a design studio where designers of the whole world work together in different areas: industrial, interior, trade, retail and fashion design. The studio has been founded by Renato Montagner in the year 2000.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh was born at 70 Parson Street, Glasgow on 7 June 1868 as the fourth out of eleven children and the second son to William McIntosh and Margaret McIntosh.
Christien Meindertsma researches the „life“ of products and raw, original materials with her designs. She connects traditional materials with modern interpretations of form and function.
Christoph Zschocke was born in 1959 and studied industrial design at the University of Kassel. He is independent since 1994 with his own design studio which is based in Lohr am Main.
Besides teaching at the Beckmans School of Design in Stockholm, Clara von Zweigberg works at Corporate Deisgn projects, as Art Director, she designs envelopes and books and more and more she designs products in her studio.
CrousCalogero is a product design studio based in Barcelona. The heads behind CrousCalogero are Francesc Crous and Alessandro Calogero.
The design philosophy of Damian Evans has the aim of creating simple, effective and useful products. Some of the works of the London designer were already exposed all around the world or appeared in the International Design Year Book.
Dana Cannam (b.1980, Canada) received his Bachelors in Industrial Design at the University of Alberta in Canada in 2007 and his masters in Humanitarian Design at the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2010.
Daniel Ballou is an industrial designer living in Long Beach CA. In 2007 he founded dashdot, a design consulting studio that operates in a wide range of industries including consumer products, apparel, and housewares.
The in Barcelona, Spain born graphic designer Daniel Benito Cortázar designe the playful light balloon “Snakkes” in cooperation with the lamps manufacturer northern lighting.
Daniele Della Pellegrina was born in Legnago near Verona. He worked during two years as technician for plastic forms and inscribed then in the Polytechnic in Milan to study industrial design.
David Geckeler studied industrial design in Berlin and Copenhagen; however, he researches his environment surrounding that focus. His main interest especially lies on furniture, interior construction, dishes and illumination.
David Mayhew’s love of the ocean started as an officer in the British Merchant Navy, which led to countless other ships and ocean voyages over the years, carrying him to remote areas of the world.
David Quan graduated in industrial design with excellence. Afterwards David started his career at an internationally renowned design studio, and he still works in different areas for awarded product design.
The Sweden born Yacht & Automobile designer Dennis Ingemansson got a master scholarship at the prestigious Domus Academy in Milan, where he was taught by leading Italian designers.
Dirk Wynants was born on the 9th of may 1964 in northern Belgium. As a son of a cabinet maker he was introduced to the world of design and processing materials very early.
Eero Saarinen (1910 – 1961) was born as son of the architect and director of the Cranbrook Academy of Art, Eliel Saarinen and his wife Loja in Finland and he soon emigrated to the USA, where he embossed the Scandinavian vision of “International Style”.
Together with her husband Marc Berthier, Pierre Garner and more people, the designer Elise Berthier works in the French product design office eliumstudio.
The born Italian and trained architect Enrico Bressan passed many years at the computer: here Bressan produced the first designs, before he founded the company Artecnica.
Enrico Franzolini, born in Udine in 1952, studied architecture at the University of Florence and in Venice. Already in 1972 he has been invited to the 36th Biennial in Venice for decorative Art with two objects out of glass.
Eric Therner is a product designer, who manufactures and distributes his own designs. With his product “Diamond Lights”, he manufactured the first products under his own name in the year 2010.
As business-designer at Leff Amsterdam, Ervin Termaat tries to create contemporary products, combined with appealing design by connecting common things so that they become something exceptional.
Fanny Aronsen (1955-2011) grew up in Sweden, however she worked internationally most of her lifetime. Her Scandinavian background and her international experience allowed her to cross cultural and historical borders.
Pablo and his identical twin brother Fernando Pardo join forces to create Pixo, a one-of-kind LED lamp that is personal, compact and infinitely adjustable.
The Danish Folke Pålsson was a member of the design collective FDB, which was founded by Borge Møgensen after the Second World War. Pålsson is especially remembered because of his J77 chair today.
Fort Standard is a young team of designers of the USA which came together in 2011. The designs of both young designers are natural, harmonic and still unusual as if they were abstract artworks.
Foster + Partners is one of the most innovative offices for architecture and integrated design practices of the world. The studio, founded by the famous architect Sir Norman Foster, works interdisciplinary.
Francesco Favagrossa ist he founder of the Fiam company. Favagrossa is not only responsible for the appearance of a wide part of the Fiam product’s range, but also for the selection of materials and the high product quality.
Frederic Gooris is industrial designer from Belgium, who lives and works in Hong Kong today. After his apprenticeship in Italy, Gooris is independent today, and he develops his portfolio continuously.
Born in 1981 in Lysekil, Sweden. Lives in Stockholm, Sweden. His striking designs have garnered him worldwide attention for a practice that is both whimsical and intelligent.
After the diploma of Industrial Design at the HBK Braunschweig, Fritz Frenkler works at Frogdesign in Germany and the USA. Fritz Frenkler and Anette Ponholzer founded f/p design in Frankfurt am Main in 2000.
Frost Produkt is a young Norwegian product design company based in Oslo, offering both self designed products and consultancy services. The office was founded in 2002 by the two brothers Jann and Sondre Frost.
Gaetano Pesce, an architect-artist-designer based in New York City, has undertaken diverse commissions in architecture, urban planning, interior and exhibition design, industrial design and publishing.
George Katsutoshi Nakashima was born in 1905 in Washington and passed by in 1990. The architect, furniture designer and craftsman is considered one of the fathers of American handcrafted arts.
Already during his studies at the Estate Academie of Applied Arts in Stuttgart, Gerhardt Kellermann worked for designers such as Sam Hecht, Nitzan Cohen or Herberh H. Schultes.
The Netherlands Gerrit Rietveld (1888 – 1964) was one of the most important designers and architects of the 20th century. He soon became part of the Neoplasticism inclined De Stijl movement surrounding Theo van Doesburg and Piet Mondrian.
Gesa Hansen was born in Arnsberg in 1981. After her design studies at the Bauhaus-University in Weimar, she worked in the Paris Atelier of Jean Nouvel among others.
Award wining designer and inventor Gideon Dagan, born in Israel and based in Los Angeles, studied design at the Holon Institute of Technology and graduated in Industrial Design from the Tel Aviv University.
Giovanni Alessi Anghini was born in Milan in 1981. He is a trained sociologist and cultural scientist in working in the design branch and he has already been awarded several times.
Guiseppe Maurizio Scutellà was born in Alcamo (Trapani) in 1962. The following year, the family moved to Lumezzane (Brescia), a shop-full industry metropolis in the Lombardy.
Gornig Design is a team of designers focusing on visual design, which lies in the areas Corporate Design, Print, Interface and 3D Design
Greta Magnusson-Grossman, born the 1st of January of 1906 in Helsingborg, was furniture designer and architect. Magnusson was carpenter apprentice at Kärnans furniture-manufacturing in Helsingborg before she studied at the Industrial Design Arts School.
The Danish born designer Gry Fager discovered her fable for ceramics during her studies at the Danish Design School, where she graduated in 2008.
Guido Venturini was born in Alfonsine, Italy, in the year 1957. Venturini is an architect and designer and considered researcher of industrial design, interior architecture and architecture.
Hans Bleken Rud (born 1980) is a young norwegian industrial Designer. He began his studies at the art and Design college in asker, norway, and later graduated with a masters in industrial Design from the Oslo school of architecture and Design.
Hans Coray studied literature, design, astrology, theology and graphology until 1938, and he designed furniture out of aluminium, steel tube and wood afterwards.
Hans Hansen is designer and name-giver of the Hans Hansen Furniture GmbH. Already in the 70s Hans Hansen set accents with his Bauhaus-Tradition committed designs.
The 1988 founded Harry & Camila-Studio is famous for its mysterious objects, which are considered examples for the vivid design of the 21st century.
Harry Allen is an award-winning interior and industrial designer. As an interior designer, Mr. Allen achieved prominence in 1994 for his design of Moss, a design gallery in New York City.
Harry Bertoia (1915 – 1978) was inventor of forms and enriched furniture design by the introduction of a new material: He made industrial steel wire rod a design icon.
Hedda Heyerdahl Braathen is head designer in accendo, an Oslo based industrial design office. She and her team have won several awards for their designs.
Every project is unique for Helen Kontouris and product researches support every product design of her every year. This process leads the creation of products nearer to the design than every starting shape encouragement.
Helen T. Miller was born in Hong Kong, people’s republic China, and she was there the first time of her life. Afterwards her family moved to California, where she graduated and studied Industrial design at the California State University, Long Beach.
The Iceland born Helga I. Sigurbjarnadottir is inspired by nature and its million facets.
Herbert Schultes wanted to become a film director initially, but when he got to know the design department of the Siemens company in the end of the 50s, it was the beginning of a great career as designer.
Hermann August Weizenegger leads the Atelier HAW since 2009, where he is represented with thematically artistic sophisticated projects in expositions.
Holger Strøm designed the today famous IQlight® System in the year 1973. Holger Strøm lives together with his wife in Birkerød, Danmark today. From there he leads a small packaging design studio.
The design studio Holland Vormgevers was founded in 1996 and it consists of the designers Ed van Veldhoven and Mandy Appel.
The 1965 born designer Ichiro Iwasaki started his career in the Sony Design Center. After he made himself a name there between 1986 to 1991, he moved from Japan to Italy.
llmari Tapiovaara was one of the greatest interior architects and designers of his era. With the mind of an explorer and a soul of a craftsman, Tapiovaara was always seeking for new solutions to improve everyday objects.
Already during her studies at the university Hannover, the product designer Inga Reimers proved that exceptional objects can be astonishing and long-lasting at the same time on the Troika Junior Design Award.
The company works within the fields of industrial, furniture and graphic design. The firm was only established in late 2010, but Boris and Aleksej have been working together for a number of years.
Jacques Adnet (1900 – 1984) was an architect and designer who became especially famous by his Art-Deco modernistic furniture design and who is deemed to be an icon of French modern times.
Jake Zien is a young American designer. Besides the design, technique is his second passion; Zien focusses on quantum physics, programming and typography.
Jakob Heidberg graduated from the School of Architecture in Copenhagen 1983, Denmark. Heidberg has worked as an industrial designer with a focus on kitchen accessories. Today, Jakob Heidberg has his own design studio in Copenhagen.
Jakob Schenk was born in the Bavarian Augsburg in 1980. He is the founder and designer of the young innovative company Linie 58.
Jan Christian Delfs (1977) completed his Industrial Design studies at the Muthesius Arts University Kiel in 2006. Since 2005 he designs products as free designer in his own design studio in Kiel.
After his studies at the EASD Alcoi, Alicante in Spain, Javier Moreno started his career initially as product and 3D designer for a toys manufacturer. Finally he founded his own design studio in 2010 – Javier Moreno Studio.
Praet’s design is characterised by a passion for everyday objects and materials and the combination of old and new.
Jens Risom was born in Copenhagen in 1916. From 1935 to 1938 he attended the School for Arts and Crafts in Copenhagen where he trained under the furniture maker Kaare Klint and his fellow students included Hans Wegner.
Johanna Grawunder is a designer and architect living in Milan, Italy and San Francisco, USA. Her works are exposed in many museums and permanent expositions.
Jonas Wagell studied graphic-design, marketing, product-design and architecture at schools such as Konstfack, Beckmans, Berghs and Parsons and has additional qualifications in strategic project-management and communication.
The Danish Jørgen Bækmark was a member of the Danish furniture collective FDB Møbler surrounding Børge Mogensen. FDB developed practical and affordable pieces of furniture, which followed the German Bauhaus in the 1960s.
Jørgen Møller had a unique design language as architect and industrial designer, which was embossed by his cooperation with the famous architect Arne Jacobsen in the 60s as well as by his continuous aim for function and simple forms.
Satoshi Seto and Takahiko Fujimori are members of the regular In-House Karimoku Design-Team, encouraging improvement as well as the spirit of the brand by radical approaches.
Karl Malmvall had it in him right from the beginning. His grandfather founded a famous Swedish furniture factory, and his training as a carpenter and industrial designer has earned him the Excellent Swedish Design Award and the Red Dot Design Award.
Kasper Guldager Jørgensen is fascinated by geometry, technology and new materials. Science and ecology are important inspirations for the designs of the Danish designer.
Kattendidt + Scheib & Product Foundation consists of the designers Jette Scheib and Neels Kattendidt. The mixture of planned-designed work and artistic weightlessness leads their products.
KiBiSi is a design trio, which belongs to the most influential ones of Scandinavia today. The team has already designed in different disciplines for clients all over the world, from furniture over household products up to bicycles and aeroplanes.
Kirsty Whyte grew up in England, where she also graduated in Decorative Arts in Nottingham. The British works in furniture and accessories design today.
Since 1992 Kurz Kurz Design has been developing design strategies and successful products with an unique identity for leading companies.
Lars Beller Fjetland grew up at the Norwegian west coast. The rough and original landscape embossed the designer such a lot that he developed a life-long fascination for natural materials.
Laura Polinoro was the leader of the Alessi Study Centre (“CSA”), working as metaproject-designer and Art Director. Alessi entered fields, unknown before, with her.
The Hong Kong born Lawrance Chu graduated at the Ontario College of Art and Design in Canada with his Bachelor of Industrial Design in 2004.
Lena is one of Sweden’s best-known glass designers with a long career history at Orrefors Glassworks, and she is also specialised in textiles. Her works are represented in numerous design museums all around the world.
Lexon cares for good relations to creativity already since 1991: “friendly objects for friendly users” emerge in the house-own design team Lexon Studio.
The 1946 born Lin Utzon is a Danish designer and arts handicraft worker. She lives in Hellebæk.
Lisa Widén graduated from Beckmans College of Design in 2006 with a BA in art and design. With a poetical-playful approach, she tries to enrich and simultaneously challenge industrial design.
Made by Makers is a young, multidisciplinary working design-studio based in the Danish Aarhus. Made by Makers was founded in 2004 and meanwhile consists of six designers and a coordinator.
Marc Kursin, born in London in 1956, graduated in Great Britain and worked for Fred Scott and George Sowden afterwards
Marcel Lajos Breuer – Lajkó to his friends – was born on 21 May 1902 in the provincial city of Pecs, Hungary. His early study and teaching at the Bauhaus in Weimar and Dessau in the twenties introduced the wonder child to the older giants of the era.
Marie Thurnauer is interior architect as well as product designer. The French designer studied both disciplines in the country’s capital Paris.
Marie-Louise Gustafsson lives in Stockholm, Sweden and works as free designer. She works as well at self-initiated and at order works. Her conceptually pragmatic designs have been shown around the world.
Mario Taepper founded MM DESIGN EDITION and started developing, producing and distributing furniture, lamps and accessories.
The in Sicily born Mario Trimarchi lives and works in Milan since 1983. As follower of the free school, he always moved independently in the design world.
Having lived, worked and studied in Vasa, London, Oslo and now Helsinki Martina holds an international approach to design and life in general.
Mathieu Matégot was born in Hungary in the year 1910. After he graduated in his Arts studies, he began decorating the national theatre.
Michael Marriot investigates the influence of daily objects and the way they are built. His aim is to design “really modern objects” by “an honest and appropriate usage of materials, processes and functions”.
The British designer Michael Sodeau is especially popular by his desk-accessories. But the Red Dot 2009 awarded designer can do much more than just that.
Michael Thonet designed furniture for the Prince of Lichtenstein in the mid-19th century. His serial productions out of that time were furthermore some of the most desired pieces of furniture of his time.
Michaela Scheeg was born in 1976 and studied at the FU Berlin. After her graduation she founded her own design studio and invented the patented material sho:shee.
She works in her atelier in Amsterdam, where she connects the unique combination of fine handicraft, design and pop culture.
Mika Tolvanen was born in Lieksa (Finland) in 1975. He is part of the Finnish Rehti Design Group, a forum of younger Finnish designers that have in common their passion for true and simple design.
Miron’s designs can be described as an expressive minimalism, which is especially reached for the elegant, remarkable balance between form and function.
Widely recognised as one of the most innovative and exciting designers of his generation Waldemeyer’s work is a fusion of technology, art, fashion and design.
Morten Bo Jensen finished his Master of Science at the Industrial Design, Aalborg University in 2003 and reached Vipp in 2006, where he works as chief designer today, after having worked for Biomega and different architect’s offices.
Morten Kildahl (born 1977) is a young norwegian industrial designer. after graduating from the oslo school of architecture and Design in 2003, he started up the design agency Fido industrial Design together with two classmates.
The designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen founded the design office Wiig Hansen Design in the end of the year 2007. The basic skills are design concepts as well as product design.
Niklas Jacob studied Industrial Design at the „International College of Arts and Sciences“ and at the „Polytechnic“ in Milan. He still works for numerous international companies today and is member of the ADI.
Nina Jobs focuses on simplicity and a clear relation to nature. She also leads design expositions which the Swedish Government has shown in Asia and Europe.
According to Nis Øllgaard, good design only exists when function and form act together in logical consequence. The Danish wants to charm a smile on his customers’ faces.
Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, furnishing and object designer, was born in France in 1975. He grew up in a creative surrounding and liked to work with natural materials that are easily formable and organic as well as liquid and structured.
Nygårds Maria Bengtsson was born in Mora, Sweden in 1968. That’s the region where nature is all around: many deep forests, lakes and mountains are here, all of them some permanent inspiration sources for Nygårds.
Odoardo Fioravanti studied industrial design at the Politecnico di Milano. He works with industrial and product design since 1998 and he moreover researches solutions for expositions and graphic design.
Ove Rogne is part of the Northern Lighting design team and one of the four founders of the brand. He is also the "Head of Design" of the company and designed original and innovative lamps for Northern Lighting such as Snowball and Moo.
Venezuelan born industrial designer Pablo Pardo has established his studio in San Francisco, and in 1993 he founded his self-titled company Pablo, specialized in contemporary lighting design.
Paola Ivana Suhonen is a Helsinki born designer, fashion designer and movie maker. The Finnish is inspired by dark landscapes, Nordic legends and western romanticism.
Paolo Dell’Elce’s work is concentrated on the research of new, undefined product types and on fulfilling the demands of modern life as well as to support the new activities in private and office life.
Paul Loebach was raised in Cincinnati, where he left to graduate from Rhode Island School of Design in 2002. After graduating from RISD, Paul moved to New York City and established an own design studio.
The Netherlands artist Paula Arntsen was born in Arnheim in 1980. There Arntsen also founded her own design studio in 2009.
Pauline Deltour was born in the French Landerneau in 1983. Pauline Deltour worked as designer for Konstantin Grcic in Munich from 2006 to 2009.
Shahar Peleg works moved by his curiosity and the desire of transforming common things into innovative and exciting designs. Peleg Design is thereby based on three main principles: functionality, aesthetic and humor.
Peter Bristol is a leading product designer in the development agency Carbon Design Group of Seattle. Besides his work, he also cooperates with numerous partners developing clever and useful concepts.
Peter Stathis is a multiple awarded US designer, whose works are exposed in the permanent collections of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, the Cranbrook Art Museum and the New Yorker Museum of Modern Art, among others.
The born New-Zeeland Phil Cuttance is especially well known by his Weld Vase. The Vases which make us think of welded metal, is available in different forms, colours and sizes.
The Swedish designer Philip Edis works a lot with contemporaneous design in his own design studio in Stockholm, as a freelance as architect, interior furnishing-, product- and furniture design.
Philip Wong is part of the design team of the French manufacturer Lexon since 2012. After Philip Wong designed the successful Zen-series, he continued setting milestones with further products of his young design career, such as the Flow Radio in 2013.
Philipp D. Best designs everyday objects in the context of small narratives between object, user and observer.
Pia Törnell is a product designer and ceramics designer. Her work ranges from mass-produced everyday items to unique art pieces, and has been awarded multiple times.
Pier Paolo Pitacco lives and works in Paris and Milan. After long-years’ experience as Art Director at different magazines, the Italian meanwhile works as independent designer.
Pierre Garner is a designer and the Managing Partner of the French product design studio elimstudio.
The design studio Piltz Design follows a well known approach by Confucius: „Chose a career which you love and you will never have to work another day in your life”.
Pio Manzù was an Italian designer who caused especial furor with his car-designs. He deceased in 1969 in a car crash aged 30.
Poul Volther belonged to a generation of designers, which still owned a handicraft background, he passed by in 2001. The ability of handmade designs are clearly visible in the designs of the Danish. .
The works by the multiple awarded German industrial designer Reinhard Dienes are generally inspired by three principles: function, materials and small details of everyday objects.
The 1954 born René Hildebrandt is a German designer and installation artist. His works are embossed by life-enjoyment and bribing simplicity.
The designer Richard Woods is famous for his radical wood designs. With this natural material the Britain is virtuous and he changes, interprets and ironizes already existing concepts.
Roberto Cárdenas participated at numerous famous expositions in South America as member of the Chilean artists group Pintores Portugueses de Valparaíso and received different awards for arts and poetry.
Educated at the department of Ceramics and Glass at Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm, Rolf is responsible for designing our trays in wood and Demi Dishes collection.
The trained silversmith works for the Tojo manufacturer since 2001 in the development and production of furniture.
Treindl’s designs are embossed by innovation and young, exciting ideas. Clear lines and modernity simultaneously characterize many of his works.
Sara Szyber works with a strong focus on interiors and places, covering everything from exhibitions and product design to interior design. Projects include solo productions or collaborations with established manufacturers.
Shiro Kuramata studied architecture at Tokyo Polytechnic in Tokyo until 1953. Then he spent a year working for Teikokukizai, the Japanese furniture manufacturer.
The designer Sibylle Pfeiffer lives and works in Kassel. He designed the wall hooks series „mosaic“ for the German manufacturer Pulpo. Pfeiffer was honoured with an all-round award by the Arts University Kassel in 2004.
In the year 2003 Alf Hackenberg and Martin Langkau founded the Signce company in Munich, an internationally renowned company for strategic design development focusing on Product and User Interface Design.
Signe has a wealth of experience after 50 years in the ceramics industry, designing for companies like Höganäs keramik, Kosta Boda, Boda Nova, Rörstrand and Svenskt Tenn, but also in the fields of metal and glass, as well as in many public works of art.
The Swedish Sigurd Falk (1993) works with numerous media, including paper, textiles, wallpapers and music. His works include complex, flowing images that remind of demanding street art.
The designer Simon Busse began his creative career as Product Design Assistant in 1997. Studies in Industrial Design at the Estate Academy of Applied Arts in Stuttgart followed.
Simon Legald graduated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in summer of 2012. The Danish works at large as well as at small products.
Simon Wilkinson was born in the English city Nottingham in the year 1966. He studied Industrial Design at the Glasgow School of Art and the Rhode Island School of Design, graduating in 1989.
Both SmithMatthias designers carry common passions, aims for sustainability and the will of designing products responsibly, which are made with intelligent manufacturing methods and an eye for details.
Behind the names Spalvieri / Del Ciotto there is an Italian design-duo. The work of both is characterized by strongly emotional components at equally formal and functional simplicity.
It seems that Staffan Holm’s New Nordic design goes against the current, minimalistic form of Scandinavian design.
The native Munich designer Stefan Geisbauer created the table lamp “Looksoflat” for Ingo Maurer in 2010. He has already been honoured with the Federal Republic Germany award in the category “newcomers” in 2012.
Stephanie Jasny was born in Munich in 1982 and she studied at the University of Arts in Berlin. Since 2010 she designs and develops lamps and furniture in Berlin, products that are produced by famous manufacturers such as Ligne Roset.
Stephen Johnson explored the less clear facets of design. The works of the Britain is especially concentrated on the question of what design makes with our consciousness, far from out corporal demands.
The London designer Stephen Reed caught attention because of many interesting projects lately. Meanwhile arrived in his own studio, Reed decisively designed the Young Design Centre in London.
Stig graduated from Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm with a degree in Interior Design.
Stotz-Design was founded by Oliver Stotz in Wuppertal in 1993. Products by Stotz Design have character and show profile. They are embossing by their form and easy to memorize. Clearly structured they survive fast trends.
Studio 17 Design is an industrial design agency out of the English Cambridge, which has been founded by David Evans and Ashley May.
Studio65 is characterised as one, which pursues project quality in the most complete sense of the term. This pursuit includes the architectural, technical and economic aspects of a project.
The three founders Jonas Ette, Simon Kux, Tim Prigge met during their Product Design studies at the University of Applied Sciences of Hannover.
The 1975 born Mattias Stenberg is a Swedish architect and designer. He lives and works in Stockholm, where he founded his studio Vision Architecture & Design in 2010.
Gabriella Gustafson and Mattias Ståhlbom are the design duo TAF Architects. The Studio was founded in Stockholm in 2002 and works in product and interior design all around the world.
Teruhiro Yanagihara was born in the Kagawa Prefecture in Japan in 1976. After his graduation in 2002, he founded the design studio Isolation Unit in Osaka.
Thalia Schuster studied product design in the Swabian Gmünd and at the Ingvar Kamprad Design Centre in Sweden. Already during her studies she specialized in the areas kitchen and table as well as living culture.
Thea Yuzyk, born and grown up in Ottawa, Canada, initially planned to study arts in the Ontario College of Art & Design. That is the reason why she inscribed in a range of drawing and painting workshops.
Theo Williams was born in Oxford in 1967. Since the Britain is consultant, creative director and designer for different international companies.
Thomas E. Alken Møbel has his own design studio in the heart of Copenhagen, near the botanic garden. He describes his design studio as small, but passionate with wide know-how and huge ambitions.
Born in 1971 in the Oldenburg Munster, Thomas Wehage grew up in a huge family, where handicraft and work was very valued.
Tias Eckhoff is one of the most versatile designers of Norway. His design creations were also responsible for the development of the concept of “Scandinavian Design” and he was moreover a pioneer for industrial shaping.
Tobias Grau was born in Hamburg in 1957. After studying business management in Munich, he went to New York in 1983 where he attended the Parson School of Design, followed by an internship in the development department of Knoll International.
Donald Tobias Wong was born in Canada in 1974. The designer whose creations often crossed art’s borders passed by already in 2010.
The career of the 1980 in Norway born Trond Svendgård began as a chef. Between 2004 and 2006 he worked for many namely restaurants and hotels, as well as for the Norwegian national soccer team.
Ulla has been part of the Design House Stockholm-network since the beginning and her work is an exceptional example for the classic Scandinavian modern, or as she said: “objects that were made for people who like to live with them for a long time.”
VE2 was founded by Tilde Nygaard, Hugo Dines Schmidt and Morten Lauritzen. All three designers have one background in architecture.
Vibeke Skar (born 1983) is a Norwegian designer who began her studies in Italy. She subsequently worked at Frost Produkt while attending The Oslo School of Architecture and Design.
Victor Wayne Vetterlein, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, was raised in a design and engineering family. His grandfather was a mechanical engineer, his uncle a nautical engineer, and his aunt a realist painter.
Warren Platner (1919 - 2006) studierte Architektur an der Cornell University. Nach seiner Tätigkeit bei den Designlegenden Raymond Loewy, Eero Saarinen und I. M. Pei vertiefte er sich in die Gestaltung von Möbeln aus Stahldrahtgestellen.
The 1984 Netherlands born designer Wendy Legro studied at the Design Academy in Eindhoven. After her graduation she founded the Studio WM. together with Maarten Colligon in Rotterdam.
The 1956 Netherlands born designer Wiebe Teerstra already designed clocks and living accessories along several years. For Leff Amsterdam however, he went a step forwards and invented and developed unique clocks from a drawing board.