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Kiki van Eijk
Kiki van Eijk
http://www.kikiworld.nl

Designer. Born in 1978. Resides in the Netherlands.

 

 


Kwangho Lee
Kwangho Lee
http://www.kwangholee.com

Designer. Born in 1981. Resides in Korea.
Kwangho Lee majored metal art & craft at Hongik University in Seoul. He started his career as a designer since 2007 after the graduation exhibition, and has had exhibitions in various countries abroad from Korea since then. His inspiration mainly comes from his childhood when he lived for a couple of years in the countryside with his grandparents who were farmers.


Laura Lynn Jansen
Laura Lynn Jansen
http://www.lauralynnjansen.com

Independent designer and part time assosiate at Studio M10 Architecture and Urban design bv, Eindhoven. Born in 1983. Resides in the Netherlands.
Graduated cum laude from the Design Academy Eindhoven.
Poetic functionalism composing the public space. Designs based on the human body and the space, volume and monument of it.


Maaike Roozenburg
Maaike Roozenburg
http://www.maaikeroozenburg.nl

Designer. Born in 1979. Resides in the Netherlands.
Maaike Roozenburg has a fascination for utensils. Objects that function as tools for our daily life. A lot of our basic tools are not really changed; a jar, a bowl, a blanket or a spoon are still as functional as 500 years back. They tell stories about their users; us, humans. About our rituals, needs and dreams. These archetypes are fascinating storytellers.


Maarten Baas
    photo:
    Frank Tielemans


Maarten Baas
http://www.maartenbaas.com

Designer. Born in Germany, 1978. Resides in the Netherlands.
2002: graduation Design Academy Eindhoven
2003: founding Studio Maarten Baas
2005: founding Studio Baas & den Herder (in collaboration with Bas den Herder)
2009: awarded Designer of the Year by Design Miami
2009: winner Dutch Design Award


Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters
Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters
http://www.mkgk.nl

Designers duo. Born in 1980 and 1979. Resides in the Netherlands.
Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters is based in Klokgebouw, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Together we do practical projects, as well as autonomous work. Nature, history, colour and environment are the foundation of our work. We don't design specifically for the industry or consumer, but try to materialize or tell about things we'd like to have around us or that fascinate us.


malousebastiaan (Ferdinand Hartgers & Malou Verharen)
malousebastiaan (Ferdinand Hartgers & Malou Verharen)
http://www.malousebastiaan.com

Designers duo. Born in 1982 and 1983. Resides in the Netherlands.
Malousebastiaan uses the most earthly of 'natural' materials such as silk, wool and leather, the latter boiled into shape over molds, and each piece is hand dyed with similar intensity. Malou Verharen and Ferdinand Sebastiaan Hartgers started their women's label malousebastiaan in 2008 during their graduation year at Utrecht School of the Arts. Their outlandish yet ultra feminine aesthetics, and their rather conceptual as much as artisanal approach to fashion got them noticed right from the start; malousebastiaan was invited to show during both 2009 editions of Amsterdam International Fashion Week. Malousebastiaan made their debut in front of the Dutch fashion set at the highly regarded C'est BRILJANT show on February 1st 2009, as one of the selected young fashion talents to host the latest eyewear trends. In the next edition of AIFW, malousebastiaan starred at the prestigious Lichting 2009 show, competing for the G-Star Raw Talent Award amongst the very best of Dutch fashion academy graduates.


Maria Roosen
Maria Roosen
http://www.mariaroosen.nl

Artist. Born in 1957. Resides in the Netherlands.
Maria Roosen makes watercolours and objects and installations from glass, ceramics and textile. She uses these materials to give expression to themes such as corporality, sensuality and identity. The process of making is central to Maria Roosen's work. It is about sowing and growing and reaping. She focuses on things that present themselves during the process of growth or making, because not everything can be conceptualized in advance.


Marijn van der Poll
Marijn van der Poll
http://www.marijnvanderpoll.com

Designer. Born in 1973. Resides in the Netherlands.
Grew up in Asia lived in Saudi-Arabia, Indonesia and Singapore. Graduated from Singapore American School 1992. Moved back to Eindhoven in 1993. Studied fine arts at the Royal Art Academy in Den Bosch 1993-1995, at the Academy St. Joost in Breda at the department for architecture and interior design 1995-1997.
1998 continued studies at The Design Academy Eindhoven studying under Gijs Bakker. 2000 North by Marijn van der Poll was set up as Do Hit went into production. Nov 2002 graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven. Jan 2004 North opens its new studio at the emporary Art Center in Eindhoven. Van der Poll has done projects for companies including Damen Shipyards Group, Marcel Wanders Studio, Droog Design and Starwood Hotels. Designs have been displayed at galleries and museums around the world including The Kunsthal, The Rocket gallery in Tokyo and the Louvre. Publications include Domus, Blueprint and the New York Times. 


Mathieu Le Guern
Mathieu Le Guern
http://www.mathieu-leguern.fr

Service & Product Designer. Born in 1985. Resides in France.
Fascinated by traditional handcrafts and local cultures, he calls into question ancestral materials and the many ways to consider it inside territories. As the different kinds of uses of earth materials which incarnate a vector of identity and singularity. He thinks with new intervention domains, they can draw one's inspiration from environmental and cultural qualities to draw people nearer their housing and living-places


Mats Theselius
Mats Theselius
http://www.scandinaviandesign.com/matstheselius

Designer. Born in 1956. Resides in Sweden.
University College of Arts Crafts and Design Konstfack, small scale architecture Stockholm 1979-84. Professor at HDK School of design and crafts, Chalmers University, Gothenburg 1995-96. Mats Theselius works in the field between art and design. He works with different design comissions as well as his own production, exhibitions, set design, installations, books, film, music. He also produces his own unique custom made armchairs.


Max Lamb
Max Lamb
http://maxlamb.org

Designer. Born in 1980. Resides in England.
Max Lamb grew up in a bucolic seaside town in Cornwall, England, an upbringing that imbued him with a love of nature and a creative spirit leading him to explore materials by re-contextualizing them in both conventional and unconventional ways. He exploits the inherent qualities of his materials and reconsiders their function. Lamb looks to design products that stimulate a positive interaction between the product and its user through a visual simplicity that effectively communicates the obvious. After completing a degree in Three-Dimensional Design at Northumbria University, Lamb went on to receive a Master's Degree in Design Products from the Royal College of Art, London in 2006. A frequent lecturer and design workshop leader, Lamb currently lives in London where he continues to develop new designs that challenge the traditional concepts of the materials he uses.


Michal Cederbaum
Michal Cederbaum & Noam Dover
http://www.noamdover.com

Michal Cederbaum is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem. Her work spans over graphic art, urban art and theoretical writing.

 

 

Noam DoverNoam Dover works as an independent multidisciplinary designer. His work spans
across interior design, scenography, furniture and one-off unique objects; and
varies in technique, materials and scale. Craft, design and production processes are equal components of his work over time.

 


Moa Lönn
    photo: 
    Noak Lönn

Moa Lönn
http://www.materialgirls.se

Artist. Born in 1979. Resides in Sweden.
"Sluggish mass of time trickles by. Dip my finger into the mire in order to stir it around in the time surrounding me. Feel my way around in this constantly present commonplaceness. Behave at random, without plan, suck up fragments of a narration, contemplating tradition and squander time on the periphery. Transforms symbols and popular stories that are transformed so as to arouse personal associations. Clay animations and ceramic sculptures are merged in a new version in which both the construction and the illusion are present. The narration utilizes our associations regarding the clay. Beautiful, dirty, natural and disgusting."


Nacho Carbonell
Nacho Carbonell
http://nachocarbonell.com

Designer. Born in 1980. Resides in the Nehterlands.
Nacho Carbonell graduated in 2003 from the Spanish university Cardenal Herrera C.E.U. and the 27 of January 2007 from the Design Academy Eindhoven, with the projects "Dream of sand" and "Pump it up", both of them had a big coverage by professionals and public who attended the presentation. The designer was honored with Cum Laude. While and after completing his studies he followed internships at Vincent de Rijk and at Joris Laarman Laboratory. Nacho currently works with his team of people at a 20th century church in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, were he has established his studio.


Niels van Eijk
Niels van Eijk
http://www.ons-adres.nl

Designer. Born in 1970. Resides in the Netherlands.
Graduated at the Design Academy and the post graduate programme of the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam. Together with Miriam van der Lubbe started their design studio in 1998. They work individually but share one studio. Often they collaborate in projects. They focus on product, interior and exhibition design.
Their work has been exhibited worldwide and purchased by many museums such as Museum Boymans van Beuningen Rotterdam, Centraal Museum Utrecht, Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, The Dutch Textile Museum Tilburg, Manchester City Art Gallery, WOCEF Korea, Museum FIT New York and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. 


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