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  Francisco Pinto

Francisco Pinto

Designer. Resides in Brazil

  


Georg Panther
Georg Panther
http://www.georgpanther.com/PANTHER/NEWS.html

Diplom Designer. Born in 1979. Resides in Germany.
Georg Panther studied product design at the Bauhaus University in Weimar. During this time Jan Rössler, Christoph Krause and himself founded duundduDESIGN. As a member of duundduDESIGN, he participated at several exhibitions (Berlin, Milan, Colonge), last under the title "MY BAUHAUS IS BETTER THAN YOURS" at the DMY Berlin. In 2009/2010, he had a scholarship at the Designlabor Bremerhaven. 2010 foundation of studio SCHWAB/PANTHER based in Stuttgart. Participation at the exhibition D3 Contest at the Imm Cologne 2011 curated by the German Design Council.


Guus van Leeuwen
Guus van Leeuwen
http://www.gewoonguus.nl

Designer. Born in 1983. Resides in the Netherlands.
Guus van Leeuwen is a designer that is giving thoughts on themes like sustainability, energy and environment. In these themes he is trying to search for unconventional solutions. His designs are often multi-functional, but without losing their simplicity in use and appearance. As an inspiration he looks how people in earlier days used products and means. There is much to learn from that


Henry Lawrence
Henry Lawrence
http://www.atelierdorp.nl/web/index.php?/members/henry-lawrence

Freelance Designer. Born in 1986. Resides in the Netherlands.
Living in Holland as a freelance furniture maker, Henry is also part of the Design Collective Atelierdorp. He creates a transient experience between person and space, using furniture as a means of communicating trust in a situation, producing forms of strong appearance, often elusive in structure. The play comes between the piece and the build up of mutable experience, creating a more mutual bond between object and user.


Haley Alexander van Oosten
Haley Alexander van Oosten
http://www.loeilduvert.com

Founded by artisanal fragrance designer Haley Alexander van Oosten in 2007, L'Oeil Du Vert has a single underlying intention-- to facilitate transformational experiences through artful contact with the structures and essences of trees, flowers, resins and plants. L'Oeil du Vert is based in Los Angeles, California , USA.

 


 

Jan Eric Visser
Jan Eric Visser
http://www.janericvisser.nl

Visual artist. Born in 1962. Resides in the Netherlands.
Jan Eric Visser has been transforming his household refuse into works of art since 1986. The artist likes to refer to this process as "Form Follows Garbage", ironically referring to the "Form Follows Function" principle associated with modern architecture and industrial design in the past century. "Jan Eric Visser tries to get even with passive, unquestioning consumer behaviour in an unparalleled way, thereby lifting the understood barriers between tradition and innovation in the visual arts and dissolving the arbitrary distinction between truth and fiction", according to Dutch art critic Wim van der Beek.


Jo Meesters
Jo Meesters
http://www.jomeesters.nl

Designer, Art Director. Born in 1974. Resides in the Netherlands.
Studio Jo Meesters creates concepts and products based on the keywords of matter and craftsmanship. The ongoing search for innovation in materials and techniques is the major drive of the design studio, which is considered a laboratory for product concepts. A laboratory focused on the research of new ways of material handling and the exploration of the boundaries of the intersection of craftsmanship and mass production techniques.


Jochem de Wit
Jochem de Wit
http://www.jochemdewit.nl

Designer. Resides in the Netherlands.

 


Johannes Hemann
Johannes Hemann
http://www.johanneshemann.com

Diploma designer. Born in 1980. Resides in Germany.
Johnnes Hemann studied product design at the Offenbach Academy of Art and Design. During his studies he spent one semester at the Department of Product Design Kingston University in London. The focus of Johnnes Hemann works which have already been presented at several exhibitions and fairs, such as "inspired by cologne 06", "Stylepark in Residence", "Designboom Mart New York" and "The design annual Frankfurt", lies on furniture design.
"Long live visual imagination!"


Joris Laarman
Joris Laarman
http://www.jorislaarman.com

Designer. Born in 1979. Resides in the Netherlands.
The Joris Laarman lab was set up in 2004 by Joris Laarman and partner and film maker Anita Star. They both were born in the rural countryside of the Netherlands in 1979. In 1998 after one year of fine arts Joris attended the Design Academy Eindhoven and graduated cum laude in 2003. He gained first notoriety with his functional rococo radiator heatwave that was first picked up by Droog and now also produced by Jaga. He contributed in articles and seminars for Domus magazine and he was a guest teacher at European universities like the Architectural Association London, Rietveld academy Amsterdam and the DAE. After her study film and documentary Anita joined forces in 2004 to set up a production house where anything can be created. From design to film to writing.


Julia Lohmann
Julia Lohmann
http://www.julialohmann.co.uk

Designer. Born in 1977. Resides in U.K..
Julia Lohmann is working on the threshold between design, science and art and inspired by unusual and undervalued materials. Lohmann's projects probe our attitudes towards the world that sustains us. Her works are part of major private and public collections, e.g. the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Lohmann teaches on the MA Design Products course at the Royal College of Art.


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