Meet the designers
Barend Massow Hemmes
Barend Massow is a South African designer with a passion for lighting.
Dimitri is Mookum’s house designer.
Fabiaan van Severen
Fabiaan Van Severen trained as a painter but now designs furniture, bags and interiors.
Johanna Högväg’s designs are instantly recognisable because of the playful lines and colourful patterns.
Jonathan Caswell combined two simple design classic to form a new object. His favourite product design is the paper clip.
Julian Appelius is a dutch designer who focuses on industrial design.
Kaspar Hamacher is the son of a forester, which is why he was inspired to work with wood.
The Finnish designers Laura Bougdanos and Vesa Jääskö founded Magisso.
The Vienna-based company mostlikely makes products that combine architecture and design.
Richard Hutten is an internationally successful Dutch designer who has designed for a number of big brands!.
As a designer Roel Vandebeek is fascinated by the connections between things.
Studio Pieck took a simple object with a pure shape and turned it into something unique, something surprising with a small intervention.
Studio Segers is a Belgian designstudio that has created the entire pole collection!
Born and raised in Belgium, Tim Baute focuses on lighting, furniture and accessories.
Wendy Legro is a graduate of the Design Academy in Eindhoven. She founded Studio WM in 2010, with Maarten Collignon
Snug are Kerstin Reilemann, an interior designer and Berit Lüdecke, an architect.
Big-Game is a product and interior design studio founded in 2004 and based in Lausanne.
Tore Bleuzé is a Belgian designer who studied Industrial Design.
Inesa studied at Academy of Art in Vilnius. As gradution project, she designed Mywritingdesk!
Kawamura Ganjavian is an architecture and design studio founded in 2000 by Key Portilla-Kawamura and Ali Ganjavian.
Simon Legald graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in the summer of 2012.
Kuppers & Wuytens
Kuppers & Wuytens stands for product where craftsmanship and new technology are linked to timeless design
A self-confessed materialist, Teddy’s passion for design has nevertheless given him a keen eye for detail.
Ole’s aim is to find the uniqueness in simple designs and vice versa.
Ivan Kasner & Uli Budde
Officeoriginair is a cooperation between Ivan Kasner and Uli Budde. Their collaboration is based on constant dialogue, fed by their individual identities and interests, but steered towards a common goal.
Juhani Siren is always on a lookout for new problems to solve in the kitchen.
Sam And Jude
Sam and Jude mix their unique sense of humour with their unequivocal sense of style to create unique products
Florian launched his own brand in 2008 and has since worked on building a solid reputation for fun and innovative designs and top-quality products.
David began his career at an internationally acclaimed design studio, working on award-winning product design in a diverse range of industries
With a penchant for developing new materials and techniques or reinterpreting old ones in a surprising way, Kabel is renowned for fusing the pragmatic with the conceptual.
Stallinga BV designs a whole range of products from furniture and lighting to vases and handbags as well as custom-designed objects for specific clients. A significant portion of the Stallinga Collection can be found in museums around the world.
Jan Hoekstra’s designs try to turn everyday tasks into everyday pleasure. Several of his products are included in permanent museum collections.
Designer Harri Koskinen (born 1970 in Karstula, Finland) studied in the Lahti Institute of Design and the University of Art and Design in Helsinki. In 1998, he established his own studio called Friends of Industry.
Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt
Vibeke Fonnesberg Schmidt her works are inspired by functional geometrical forms with a pronounced focus on wood as principle material.
One Must Dash
One must dash is us, two swedish girls in a hurry, sharing the same kind of (odd?) humour and love for interior design.
The products from Flex have won international awards and are displayed in several museum collections!
The designers of Llot Llov first met in a cab: Ania Bauer, Jacob Brinck, Lena Hirche und Ramon Toshiro Merker.
Based in Amsterdam since 1997, NL Architects was founded as a ‘commuting office’ for Pieter Bannenberg, Walter van Dijk and Kamiel Klaasse while studying at Delft University.
Rikke Hagen graduated from the Danish School of Design, Glassware and Ceramics in 1998. Now she owns a unique glass workshop, where she produces her own limited editions in glass.
Patrick Morris attended Central Saint Martins College of Art, where he studied ceramic design – the Sky Planter being his final degree project.
Pension für produkte
Pension für Produkte is a Hamburg based company that is offering home accessories. The young company’s product range is growing slowly but steadily. One focus of current products is the area of bathroom and kitchen furnishing.
Ding3000 consists of Carsten Schelling, Ralf Webermann and Sven Rudolph who met during their studies at FH Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
Form us with love
Form us with love is a design studio operating from Stockholm. The studio was started in 2005 and has since pushed to challenge the conventional through design initiatives.
Francis Cayouette is member of the Danish Designers Society and holds a Bachelor degree in Industrial design from the Faculty of Environmental Design at the University of Montreal (1994).
Johanna Asshoff and Hanna Brogård runs A& B design studio, a young Swedish design team focused on product – and interior design.
Rasmus Gottliebsen has a background in the advertisement industry. He has worked on his own projects on the side in his company Herpes.
Since 2001 Kaptein Roodnat has managed to create an impressive CV, which is for a large part focused on interior decoration and fair presentations for customers.
Made By Makers
Made Made by Makers is a young multidisciplinary design studio based in Aarhus, Denmark. The studio was founded in 2004 by three enthusiastic industrial designers educated at the Aarhus School of Architecture.
According to Sebastian Herkener responsibility is a big topic in his work and process of product design.
Miron could be described as an Expressive Minimalist, notable for the elegant balance he achieves between form and function, while keeping his pieces exciting and engaging.
Robert Bronwasser is an industrial designer with a flair for making ordinary objects extraordinary – in form and function.
Pascal Charmolu has a passion for combining highly innovative designs with unexpectedly simple product solutions.
Reinhard Dienes’s designs are always inspired by three principles: the function, the materials and the details. He takes everyday objects and materials and gives them a whole new meaning.
FYRAN is a group of four young designers with a shared passion for pattern design. Their designs are both dynamic and accessible, bearing traces of each individual designer.
Sebastian Holmbäck and Ulrik Nordentoft joined forces in late 2008, after having spent ten years as independent design professionals, to become HolmbäckNordentoft.
Ries is currently working in his own studio where projects are realized, from start to finish, and every thing in between. Ries his interests are broad and his style can be described as high tech combined with pure craftsmanship.
According to Wim Bussels each designed product should have an added value.The added value is created by the designer and is not in the product itself. Wim’s designs are usually very minimalistic!
Delphine Courier is a graphic designer born in Antwerp. Her work is mainly focussed on printed matter and visual identity but she also focusses on online media.
Born in 1963 in Tel Aviv, Arik Levy graduated in industrial design in 1991 at the Art Center Europe (Switzerland).
Maria Kivijärvi is a Finnish designer who is passionate about finding the perfect form. She is full of fresh ideas that she puts to life, combining skill and feeling.
Piet Stockmans (1940) estasblished Studio Pieter Stockmans and is one of Flanders most renowned contemporary artists and Flemish cultural ambassadors.
Textile designer Marianne Abelsson is educated at the Textile School in Borås and has been working as a designer and running her own business for many years.
Martin Konrad Gloeckle
Martin Konrad Gloeckle’s work is characterized by a combination of innovative design thinking and a minimalist design sense to create unique, long-lasting product experiences.
Postcard of a painting
Meet Daan Linsen and Debora Lauwers, the two wildly talented graphic artists behind the Belgian design bureau Postcard of a Painting.