Arne Jacobsen Copenhagen, DenmarkArne Jacobsen (1902-1971) is one of the most acknowledged Danish architects and designers worldwide. With an astounding curiosity, originality and creativity Arne Jacobsen played an important role in modernism and the Danish design history and present-day designers are still highly influenced by his works.View The Collection
cloudandcoSeoul, South Korea Yeongkyu Yoo, the founder and creative director of cloudandco, was the former creative director of iriver after spells at NIKE WHQ and Samsung where he focused on product design, UI (user interface), packaging, branding and CMF(Color/Meterial/Finish). His work has been featured in Wallpaper Magazine, The New York Times magazine and has collaborated with many cultural institutions and brands such as MUJI, Cooper-Hewitt Design Museum and Japan Creative. He has won Gold IF Design Awards (Germany) on 3 occasions as well as Red Dot award (Germany), d&AD Award (UK) and Good Design Award (Japan) amongst many others.View The Collection
THE DESIGNER Naoto Fukasawa, Japan Designing shape is to give form to values that people tacitly share and wish for. Naoto Fukasawa visually captures these values and he draws the exact outline of them. His ability for visualising such unseen outlines for things is not easily worded and described, nonetheless, people are convinced with his ability when they experience his design. One of the worlds foremost product designers, Fukasawa’s notions and expressions to approach essential values of things through design travel beyond borders or domains and his thoughts are well respected internationally. His concept for finding hints in subconscious behaviour of people which he named “Without Thought”, is most known and he runs “Without Thought” workshops to share his thoughts....
THE DESIGNER Sean Lewis, Canada An illustrator based out of Toronto, Sean Lewis completed his Bachelor of Design in Illustration at the Ontario College of Art and Design. His undergraduate thesis work on an illustrative exploration of notorious serial criminals and their motives received the Gold Metal award at the graduation exhibition as well as two Gold Medals and a Distinguished Merit award from 3×3 Magazine. Sean’s work has been featured on various publications including Nobrow, Illustrators Unlimited, and 3×3 Magazine annuals.
THE DESIGNER People People, Sweden People People is an award winning, Stockholm-based product design studio focused on holistically balancing creativity with rational thought to make sure that the results are progressive but in a way that make sense.
THE DESIGNER NODE, Berlin & Oslo NODE is a Berlin- and Oslo-based design studio founded in 2003 by Anders Hofgaard and Serge Rompza. The studio works collaboratively across various media for a diverse range of clients from individuals to institutions, focusing on print, identity, exhibition and interactive work. Besides studio projects, NODE gives lectures and holds workshops at art & design academies. The distinct feature of the work done at NODE lies in its relational approach to graphic design. The graphic designers that make up NODE reflect a lot about the way they work. A number of colleagues see NODE as a conceptual design studio. However, NODE may also be seen as a strategic studio, seeking to relate to people...
Emanuele Pizzolorusso Helsinki, Finland Emanuele Pizzolorusso is an Italian designer based in Helsinki. His designs attempt to question and deepen the understanding of the relationship between a product and its users, together with a heightened sensibility towards their nomadic, urban and digital lifestyles. His creations are the result of a synthesis of new scenarios and uses. His work is frequently realised with the use of unique gestures. Through capillary presence of his products all around the world, he has sparked media interest from Monocle, Spiegel, Elle Decor, Wallpaper, Vogue, the New York Times, Wired and Dezeen.View The Collection
THE DESIGNER Olaf Wit, Amsterdam Olaf Wit is a designer and producer of bicycles and related gear. From his studio in Amsterdam he has contributed to the design of Koga Kimera, world's fastest bike, and the Aeroblade for Spyker Cars. He's also worked with Bombtrack, VanMoof, Bikesuit, and Batavus as well as a board member of the 12-race Dutch fixed crit racing series, the Vast Verzet Bokaal (Dutch Crit Cup).
Lex Pott Amsterdam, Netherlands Lex Pott employs a raw and intuitive method. In his work, he returns to the origin of the materials he uses most: wood, stone and metal. He does not hide his designs under indirect layers, but reduces them to their very essence. Pott is an Amsterdam based designer and works from his studio in an old shipyard on the NDSM-Terrein, one of the last fringes in Amsterdam. He graduated cum laude in 2009 at the Design Academy Eindhoven.View The Collection
Fabien Nauroy Paris, France Fabien Nauroy heads up the award-winning design team at Native Union, where each product is designed in-house. Each product design is motivated by three main principles: user experience, innovation through materials, and attention to detail. By staying true to these values and looking to other industries for inspiration, Native Union delivers original and useful tech accessories. Designs are stripped back to the essentials for a sleek and minimal form. "We use our tech all day, everyday, and the accessories we choose should be more than just functional - they should express something about us as individuals."