Ross Lovegrove

Lovegrove studied at Manchester Polytechnic (now Manchester Metropolitan University), graduating with a First Class BA in Industrial Design in 1980 and then went to the Royal College of Art, London, in 1983, where he completed his master of design. His inspiration...

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Verner Panton

Panton was an experienced artist in Odense; next, he studied architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Art (Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi) in Copenhagen, graduating in 1951. During the first two years of his career, 1950–1952, he worked at the architectural...

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Arne Jacobsen

Considered a master of 20th Century Danish design and architecture, Jacobsen is responsible for some of the world’s most iconic pieces, combining the Nordic love of naturalism with modernist ideals. In 1929, in collaboration with Flemming Lassen, he won a Danish...

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Ross Didier

In 2000, the fusion of these two intentions inspired Ross Didier to evolve his family’s long manufacturing history and establish a creative studio, with a unique approach to design. His products have been procured by Nintendo, Microsoft, Westpac, Hewlett Packard,...

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Morten Voss

As opposed to most of his colleagues, Morten Voss has avoided the recognized design CV. Voss blazes his own trail – not just to be different, but because it has never given him the right feeling just to follow the crowd. Morten’s career does include...

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Kasper Salto

In Kasper Salto’s work, the danish tradition of furniture design is continued in a well balanced combination with international industrial design. Saltos main source of inspiration is natures superior way of designing and colouring. Kasper Salto was born on 14...

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Busk + Hertzog

Busk + Hertzog’s designs have been described as “clean” and “minimalist”, yet sculptural, incorporating horizontal and vertical lines and geometric shapes.Their designs combine bold colors with clear indications of their Danish design...

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Pelikan Design

Pelikan Copenhagen is Niels Gammel Gaard and Lars Mathiesen, who design with one mission in mind – ‘do good’. “We want to make ordinary life a little bit more comfortable, a little bit more enjoyable and a little bit more clever with our design. Every little detail on...

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Keith Melbourne

With a background in engineering & several patented inventions under his belt, Australian designer Melbourne embarked on his first commercial furniture range, Amelia, for Woodmark. “Playing with the intersection of simple geometric forms I was able to develop a...

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Tim Collins

Tim Collins, an industrial designer from Melbourne Australia and on the rise. His unique products range from furniture through to children’s toys. Unique products like the Computer Key stool and Tipsy chairool are known for their original, timeless and quirky design,...

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Pearson Lloyd

Based in central London, the studio was founded by Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson in 1997. Their shared philosophy to see furniture and product design somewhat merge together sees the pair working across furniture, products, transport and the public...

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Erik Magnussen

Some of Erik Magnussen’s works include furniture from Engelbrechts, Fritz Hansen and Paustian. These are showcased in many museums throughout the world recieving countless industry awards. He has developed the stackable chair collection Chairik, the Zdown, Xsit stool,...

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Paul Leroy

Former professional sailor turned architect/designer, Paul Leroy, draws on traditional Scandinavian design but with a contemporary edge. His international studio works between office, retail and residential architecture and interiors, as well as product...

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