Designers

/  Anderssen & Voll

ANDERSSEN & VOLL are two thirds of the former Norway Says and among the most prominent and successful Norwegian designers. They have formerly been named both Norwegian and Scandinavian designers of the year in Norway and have received international awards and recognition for their work with furniture, lighting, and home accessories.

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/  Andreas Bergsaker

ANDREAS BERGSAKER is a Norwegian designer based in Copenhagen. Since graduating with a master’s degree in Product Design from Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences, he has gone on to produce works which are characterized by everyday functionality. With quality designs made to last, Bergsaker puts emphasis on traditional craftsmanship and tactile qualities, laying the foundation for possible individual attachment and social interaction.

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/  Andreas Engesvik

ANDREAS ENGESVIK, formerly part of Norway Says, is among Norway’s leading designers. He has previously been awarded Designer of the Year in Norway, and has received international awards and recognition for his work with furniture, lighting, and home accessories.

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/  Broberg & Ridderstråle

BROBERG & RIDDERSTRÅLE are Swedish design and architectural partners. Their work combines aesthetic rationality with a touch of humor and wit. Mats Broberg and Johan Ridderstråle have both graduated from Konstfack University of Design with honors and have been awarded the Swedish Art Council’s working grant. Their work has successfully been exhibited in Tokyo, Milan, and London.

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/  Cecilie Manz

In 1997, CECILIE MANZ graduated from Copenhagen-based Danmarks Designskole, with additional studies at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki. A year after graduation, Cecilie Manz founded her own design studio, where she has established herself as one of Denmark’s most prominent designers. Her work within furniture, glass, lighting, and ceramics has achieved international success and is sold and exhibited all over the world.

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/  Claesson Koivisto Rune

CLAESSON KOIVISTO RUNE is one of Sweden's most prominent design studios with its three designers having won the Annual Swedish Design Award eight times collectively, as well as many other international awards.

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/  David Geckeler

DAVID GECKELER studied industrial design in Berlin and Copenhagen. Currently, he is exploring the wider area of industrial design, focusing on furniture, interior, tableware, and lighting. His chair design NERD, was honored by Becker’s International Design Award in 2011 and was the winner of the Muuto Talent Award in 2012.

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/  Form Us With Love

FORM US WITH LOVE is a multidisciplinary design and interior architecture studio from Stockholm. Their work has won several prestigious awards such as the Red Dot and Young Swedish Design Awards. Further accrediting the trio are successful exhibitions at venues like MoMA and the Swedish National Gallery.

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/  Hallgeir Homstvedt

HALLGEIR HOMSTVEDT is a Norwegian designer with a degree in Industrial Design and honors from Newcastle University in Australia. After completing his studies in 2006, Hallgeir started to work for the prominent design studio Norway Says. In 2009, Hallgeir opened his own design studio, focusing on furniture, interior, and product design. His work has been exhibited in London, Tokyo, Oslo, New York, and Milan.

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/  Harri Koskinen

HARRI KOSKINEN is a leading designer from Finland and has been named Designer of the Year in Finland. He has also received several Best Product Awards from around the world.

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/  Iskos-Berlin

ISKOS-BERLIN is a Copenhagen-based design duo that has made international headlines within furniture, industrial, and graphic design. The studio, formerly known as Komplot Design, has collaborated with some of the world’s most prestigious manufacturers and their furniture, lighting, and other design products, are exhibited at numerous design museums around the world, including MoMA and the Danish Design Museum.

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/  Jakob Wagner

JAKOB WAGNER is one of Denmark’s leading young designers, and is a front figure in bringing forward new Scandinavian design to consumers around the world. Already, Wagner has several design awards and prestigious exhibitions under his belt.

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/  Jens Fager

JENS FAGER is one of Sweden’s most interesting young designers. A graduate from Konstfack University in Stockholm, he has already made an international impact with exhibitions in London, Milan, and Stockholm.

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/  Johan van Hengel

JOHAN VAN HENGEL is a Dutch designer based in Rotterdam. With a technical background in industrial design, he worked on both consumer electronics and furniture before launching his own studio in 2013. Focusing on furniture, lighting, and living accessories. A problem solver by both nature and training, JOHAN VAN HENGEL’s logical and investigative approach is driven by a desire to enrich everyday objects with new layers of sophistication, individuality, and meaning. With a focus on function, materiality, and technique, Van Hengel invests everyday shapes and objects with a subtle element of surprise.

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/  Julien De Smedt

JULIEN DE SMEDT is the co-founder of PLOT and an award winning, internationally acclaimed architect. He is recognized for his ability to always have a fresh outlook on things and to challenge existing conventions. At age 29, Julien de Smedt won the Golden Lion for his work on designing the Stavanger Concert Hall, which was announced as the World's Best Concert Hall at the Venice Biennale.

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/  KiBiSi

KiBiSi is the joint project of Bjarke Ingels (BIG), Lars Larsen (Kilo Design), and Jens Martin Skibsted (Skibsted Ideation). KiBiSi has, among other awards, won the Danish Design Prize, Wallpaper Design Award and the Venice Biennale Golden Lion.

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/  Lars Tornøe

LARS TORNØE has won several awards such as Designer of the Year in Norway and the Award for Design Excellence. His work has been shown at many international exhibitions and The Dots for Muuto is part of the permanent collection at the Danish Design Center.

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/  Louise Campbell

LOUISE CAMPBELL is a key driving force behind the new strong movement in Scandinavian design, and has been awarded Designer of the Year in Denmark. She is also a leading figure in the design debate and holds several honorary positions in the design community.

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/  Margrethe Odgaard

MARGRETHE ODGAARD is a strong figure in the new generation of textile designers in Denmark. After her graduation in 2005, she worked as a textile designer in Philadelphia, and later in Paris, before setting up her own design studio in Copenhagen in 2013. She has received both national and international awards and recognition for her work with textiles, colors and patterns.

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/  Mattias Ståhlbom

MATTIAS STÅHLBOM is an internationally successful architect and partner at the Stockholm-based architecture and design studio TAF. TAF’ s aim is to make ordinary life less ordinary through subtle but effective changes in how products and architecture appear and function. Mattias Ståhlbom’s products have been exhibited at prestigious venues such as MOMA in New York and the Swedish National Museum in Stockholm.

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/  Mette Duedahl

METTE DUEDAHL is a Danish designer, who graduated in 2011 from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Center for Glass and Ceramics, Bornholm. She exhibited as an upcoming designer in the curated New Note area at Formland in August 2011, and was part of the Crafts Collection 17, exhibited at Maison et Objet, Paris in 2013. Mette is inspired by everyday life and needs, and aims to design innovative and honest objects where high use-value is combined with a simple aesthetic design.

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/  Mika Tolvanen

MIKA TOLVANEN is part of the Finnish Rehti Design Group. After graduating from the Royal College of Art with a Master in design in 2001, Mika established his own design office in Helsinki. He has since worked with some of the world’s top designers and manufacturers.

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/  MSDS

MSDS STUDIO is a Toronto based furniture, lighting, and interior design practice run by Jessica Nakanishi and Jonathan Sabine. Their work is a synthesis of Jessica's experience in interior design and Jonathan's background in furniture and cabinet making. They were named Canadian product designers of the year in 2015. Jonathan's bottle opener design is in the permanent collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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/  Norway Says

NORWAY SAYS are an internationally recognized design trio from Oslo, who have been awarded the Designer of the Year award in Norway, and received several prestigious prizes and significant international attention for their work.

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/  Ole Jensen

OLE JENSEN is a highly recognized Danish designer, moving from a starting point in ceramics to a broad range of unique design items. He has won several design awards and exhibited at leading venues such as MoMa in New York.

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/  Simon Key Bertman

SIMON KEY BERTMAN is an internationally renowned Swedish textile artist and designer, based in Stockholm. He has studied at the Konstfack School of Design and the Royal Institute of Art, graduating in 2011. Simon Key Bertman draws inspiration from two of his ancestors, writer and educator Ellen Key and renowned Swedish expressionist Isaac Grunewald. He continues to garner attention for his ground-breaking work with patterns, texture, and color.

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/  Staffan Holm

STAFFAN HOLM is a Swedish designer based in Gothenburg, Sweden, working with interior architecture, industrial design, and furniture design. His work has a strong focus on quality and craftsmanship combined with a human aspect. His designs have won several prestigious design awards around Scandinavia.

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/  Søren Rose Studio

SØREN ROSE started Søren Rose Studio in 2008. As an important part of the Danish design scene, he is a permanent jury member of the annual Danish Design Award. Søren Rose’s designs are characterized by strong personality and attention to detail and quality. Søren Rose has offices in Copenhagen and New York.

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/  TAF Architects

TAF ARCHITECTS is a Stockholm-based design and architecture studio making international headlines within product and interior design.

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/  Thomas Bentzen

THOMAS BENTZEN, former designer at Louise Campell Studio, started his own studio in 2010. He is the co-founder of the design collective REMOVE and his products have received international recognition at fairs and exhibitions all over the world.

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/  Thomas Bernstrand

THOMAS BERNSTRAND'S DESIGN PHILOSOPHY I must be able to motivate my design without lying to myself, and it must have a strong fundamental idea that requires no 'fluff fluff' to save it. I'm my best critic.

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/  Tina Ratzer

TINA RATZER is a Danish designer with a degree in textile design and weaving, from the Design School Kolding, in Denmark. In 1999, Tina founded her own studio Ratzer, and since then her designs have been selected for several exhibitions, such as the Crafts and Design Biennale in Rundetårn, Copenhagen. Her work is characterized by a geometric expression and a balanced color scheme, with a twist or a surprising detail that lets the techniques of the craftsmanship step forward and become an important part of the work.

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/  Whatswhat

WHATSWHAT is a Stockholm-based studio, consisting of John Astbury, Bengt Brummer, and Karin Wallenbeck. Established in 2010, they have already shown their work in New York, London, Tokyo, Paris, and Stockholm, receiving international recognition for their work, winning the Muuto Talent Award in 2010, and an Elle Interior Award in 2012.

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/  Sam Hecht & Kim Colin

Sam Hecht and Kim Colin founded their studio Industrial Facility in 2002. Their designs reflect both a meticulous attention to detail and a thoughtful consideration of context, creating beauty out of utility in the products, furniture and exhibitions they design. Both Hecht and Colin have been awarded Royal Designers for Industry by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

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