• White ID, Schwäbisch Gmünd

    White ID, Schwäbisch Gmünd

    WHITE ID – "Integrated Design“ is synonymous with passionate and holistic product development extending from the initial idea through to manufacturing. The product development agency was launched in 2003 in Schwäbisch Gmünd, south-western Germany. Backed by their interdisciplinary team, the owners Andreas Heß, Reiner Reichert and Sebastian Schnabel work primarily for medium-sized companies in the consumer goods industry, the investment sector, and the fields of medical and child safety technology.       

  • Barro de Gast, Milano

    Barro de Gast, Milano

    Barro de Gast was born in the Netherlands in 1966. He studied at the Academy of Industrial Design in Eindhoven, completing his degree with distinction in 1991. He works in interdisciplinary fields in the areas of industrial and packaging design and industrial prototyping. Since 2004 he has also held a teaching post at the Istituto Europeo di Design IED in Milan. The Dutchman has won several design prizes with his works: the Esaedro International Competition (Milan 1991), the Dutch Furniture Awards of 1992, and Interieur '92 (Kortrijk, Belgium).       

  • Cairn Young, London

    Cairn Young, London

    Cairn Young was born in 1963 in California. He studied Architecture at Kingston University in London before establishing the Platt & Young studio in the British capital with Robin Platt in 1991. The studio specializes in creating designs for furniture, silverware and porcelain tableware. Young frequently adopts a playful and experimental approach to his designs, investing them with an element of motion ¬that gives his products their natural air of lightness.        

  • Dreikant, Köln

    Dreikant, Köln

    Dreikant is a team, formed when the designers Maciej Puzon and Caspar Schmitz joined forces with the economist Pascal Bayer. By pooling their resources, they can draw from a true treasure trove of experience when creating function- and market-keyed designs for consumer and durable goods. The collective produces creative solutions based on integrative concepts which – thanks to their puristic styling – offer truly impressive technical functionality.       

  • Flip Sellin, Berlin

    Flip Sellin, Berlin

    Flip Sellin lives and works in Berlin. Born in 1970, he studied at London's Kingston University, the Design Academy in Eindhoven and the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK). The focuses of his work are furniture and interior design. In 2004 he founded COORDINATION together with Tilman Thürmer and Jochen Gringmuth. The company creates atmospheric environments, conceptualizes exhibitions and develops products and corporate designs for international customers in the fashion and design industries as well as the arts.        

  • Formboten, Hannover

    Formboten, Hannover

    The Formboten have been improving design interfaces on the market since 2010. Comprising the two product designers Patrick Decker and Florian Langer, the team works for regional and international companies in the areas of product design, 3D visualization and 3D printing. Their works have earned them prizes such as the Red Dot Design Award and the Fujitsu Design Award.       

  • Franz Schmitt/ formIDable, Braunschweig

    Franz Schmitt/ formIDable, Braunschweig

    Originally from the Rhineland area, Franz Schmitt has been living and working in Braunschweig since 1986. Having completed his degree in the city's University of Art, he established the design company "formIDable" in 1991. His works display a constant quest for new perspectives, as a result of which his solutions are always unique and instantly recognizable. Many of them have garnered accolades such as the iF Award gold and the reddot & reddot "best of the best" prize.       

  • Frank Person, Darmstadt

    Frank Person, Darmstadt

    Frank Person was born in Aschaffenburg, Germany, in 1963. Having completed training as a glassblower, he studied industrial design in Darmstadt and Manchester. In 2000 he opened his own design studio which he named fp.formgebung. His works harness a streamlined yet powerfully emotional formal idiom.       

  • harry&camila, Barcelona

    harry&camila, Barcelona

    Harry van Ierssel was born in 1966 in Breda, the Netherlands. He studied at both the Eindhoven Design Academy and the Domus Academy in Milan. In 1998 he and his wife Camila launched their own design studio "harry&camila." The experimental use of materials and shapes is a hallmark of their work, which has featured regularly in exhibitions across Europe, the U.S.A. and Japan since 1999. Harry and Camila live with their children in Barcelona.        

  • Heike Schröder, Hamburg

    Heike Schröder, Hamburg

    After completing a degree in Fashion Design at the Hanover College of Applied Sciences, Heike Schröder initially took a position as a costume designer. In 1999 she began working as a freelance stylist for lifestyle/interior design magazines and shop/event decorators. Three years ago she founded her own design studio in Hamburg, which has since created its own interiors collection.       

  • I-PDD, Stuttgart

    I-PDD, Stuttgart

    Born in 1974, Özkan Isik studied Product Design at the Karlsruhe Academy of Design. He was already working as an interior designer during his student days. Since 2002 he has held positions at the Stuttgart-based studio I-PDD – since 2005 at an executive level.        

  • Inci Mutlu, Milano

    Inci Mutlu, Milano

    Inci Mutlu was graduated in Industrial Design from Middle East Technical University in Ankara and attended workshops at Domus Academy in Milan. Between 1998 and 2000 she worked as a freelance designer in Istanbul. Moving to Milan she started collaborating with Luca Milano as Mutlu+ Milano Design Studio.        

  • Julian Appelius, Berlin


  • Katrin Laville / Andreas Bergmann, Berlin

    Katrin Laville / Andreas Bergmann, Berlin

    Katrin Laville studied Product Design at Düsseldorf Technical College from 1990-1995. She designs product concepts and product systems, predominantly in the realms of interior decorating and home accessories. In addition to working as a designer, Katrin Laville has been a professor in the Institute of Product and Process Design at Berlin University of Art since 1997.       

  • koziol werksdesign

    koziol werksdesign

    Tanja Frei, Sandra Weber, Jürgen Diehl       

  • Langkop Design, Lorch


  • Leif Hansen, Hvidovre


  • Leif Hansn, Hvidovre


  • Liora Reich, Milano

    Liora Reich, Milano

    The designer Liora Reich was born in Israel in 1963. She studied Graphic Design at the Parsons School of Design in New York and at the Betzael Academy in Israel, completing her degree in 1989 with top honors. Subsequently she worked at leading agencies before opening her own design company in Milan during 1995.        

  • Luis Villegas, Itagui


  • M.C. Hamel & A. Mendini, Milano


  • Maria Berntsen, Copenhagen

    Maria Berntsen, Copenhagen

    Maria Berntsen's work displays the guiding influence of intuition. After all, "Good design not only meets a plausible need, it also communicates a mood." In her own agency, which she founded in 1992, Maria Berntsen designs furnishings, lamps and items of everyday use. She always emphasizes the importance of working with different materials in her work. In addition to heading the studio, Maria Berntsen also teaches at the Danish School of Design.        

  • Maria Christina Hamel & Alessandro Mendini, Milano

    Maria Christina Hamel & Alessandro Mendini, Milano

    Maria Christina Hamel, born in New Delhi in 1958, is one of Italy's leading designers. She completed her degree at the Milan School of Design in 1979 and subsequently took up a post as Alessandro Mendini's assistant. She has led design teams for Alessi, Swarovski, Rado, Swatch and Türler. In 1992 she created her ceramic "Una zebra a pois" which was followed by "Mille bolle blu" in 1993. She has made her name chiefly with designs for glass and porcelain manufacturers. The architect Alessandro Mendini also ranks among Italy's best-known designers. With his theories and ideas, he has seminally shaped avant-garde design in Italy, not least in his capacity as publisher and editor-in-chief of the magazines Casabella, Modo and Domus. Alongside famous buildings like the art museum in Groningen and Paradise Tower in Hiroshima, he has developed numerous trailblazing product designs.       

  • Matthias Lehner, München

    Matthias Lehner, München

    Born in 1983, Matthias Lehner studied Industrial Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich. In his work he consciously queries everyday objects and – in incidental fashion – associates their new appearances with brief stories or narratives.        

  • Meyer Design, Lichtenfels

    Meyer Design, Lichtenfels

    Christel and Otto Meyer live and work in Lichtenfels, Upper Franconia. They run a product design company specialising in comprehensive solutions where they develop exciting new design ideas for modern international collections.        

  • Murken Hansen


  • Neue Freunde, Frankfurt

    Neue Freunde, Frankfurt

    NEUE FREUNDE Frankfurt refers to the industrial designer Carsten Rosenblohm and his communication counterpart Christopher Fellehner: "new friends" who create tailor-made products at their Frankfurt studio. The two designers deliver the complete brand-customized product and graphic-design package – from strategy through development all the way to production-ready prototypes.        

  • Ole Palsby, Hellerup

    Ole Palsby, Hellerup

    Ole Palsby has been an authority on kitchens since the eighties. He has created high-quality kitchen accessories for numerous top companies, with many of these designs now rating as classics. Yet he has always remained true to his style: unpretentious, practical and sensuous. In his designs, he always seeks to reach a point of wholeness and completion where nothing is superfluous and nothing more can be added. His work has garnered an array of design prizes.       

  • PINKEYE, Antwerpen & F. Person, J. Hansen, Darmstadt


  • Platt & Young, London

    Platt & Young, London

    Robin Platt was born in South Africa in 1962. He studied furniture design at the London College of Furniture and won the New Designers Award in 1989. Cairn Young, born in 1963, hails from California. He studied at Kingston University, also in London. Together they have headed their own studio in the British capital since 1991. The two designers have a natural affinity to organic shapes, capricious curves and lighthearted lines that flow into each project in their own unique ways.       




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