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  1. Hans Wegner

    Hans Wegner

    Alongside Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner (1914-2007) was perhaps the most influential Danish furniture designer of the 20th century, coming closer to nearly any other to defining the look and feel of...


  2. Kristian Vedel

    Kristian Vedel

    Kristian Solmer Vedel (1923-2003) was a Danish industrial designer that began his career apprenticing as a cabinetmaker and then later as a furniture designer at the School of Decorative Art in...


  3. Isamu Noguchi

    Isamu Noguchi

    Born in Los Angeles in 1904, Japanese-American designer and artist Isamu Noguchi made a name for himself as one of the preeminent sculptors and furniture designs of the mid-twentieth century....


  4. Ettore Sottsass

    Ettore Sottsass

    Ettore Sottsass was born in Austria in 1917, though in the late 1920s he moved to Italy with his family (his father was the prominent Italian architect Ettore Sottsass, Sr). He set up his first...


  5. Scott Kinkler

    Designer, inventor, entrepreneur and educator, Scott Klinker is passionate about giving form to new cultural ideas. He heads the graduate 3D design program at the renowned Cranbrook Academy of Art...


  6. Margriet Foolen


  7. Jonathan Nesci

    HALE, an industrial design company founded by Jonathan Nesci in 2006, is a part-design, part-production firm based dually in Chicago, IL and Scottsburg, IN....


  8. Julia Rothman

    Julia works from her studio in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2002.


  9. Aldo van den Nieuwelaar

    Aldo van den Nieuwelaar is a systematic modular designer; characterized by geometric abstraction, a systematic approach and a minimal use of image resources he gets to an almost timid, more...


  10. In Memoriam: Lucienne Day

    In Memoriam: Lucienne Day

    In the early 1950s Lucienne Day (1917-2010) shook the textile industry, inciting a host of copycats and transforming popular taste. Here we revisit a selection of her lively, original designs.


  11. Stig Lindberg

    Stig Lindberg

    Stig Lindberg (1916-1982) was one of Sweden’s great ceramicists of the 20th century, though, like many designers of his day, he worked in many media—including plastics, textiles, enamel...


  12. Bjorn Wiinblad

    Bjorn Wiinblad

    Bjorn Wiinblad was a Danish artist born in Copenhagen in 1918. He was educated at the Royal Academy of Arts in Copenhagen and pursued a career in a range of arts including painting, ceramics, stage...


  13. Romi Hefetz

    Romi Ceramics is a selection of signature hand crafted vases and votives. Designer Romi Hefetz specializes in the art and science of clay and porcelain slip casting, makes and finishes each unique...


  14. Graham Pullin

    Graham Pullin is an interaction designer who teaches at Univeristy of Dundee in Scotland. He has written a book, Design Meets Disbility, and speaks about social issues pertaining to disability...


  15. Marcello Ziliani

    Marcello Ziliani graduated in architecture at the Politecnico of Milan (with Achille Castiglioni as reporter). He is the owner of STUDIO ZETASS, and works on a national and international arena,...


  16. Carmine Deganello

    Carmine Deganello is a lighting designer born in Naples, Italy, in 1974. He graduated from Florence ISIA and has worked with both glass and ceramics. He is well known for his work with Pablo, and...


  17. Paolo Rizzatto

    Paolo Rizzatto was born in 1941 in Milan. He took his degree in Architecture in I965 at the Milan Polytechnic. In his studio he works as a freelancer in the field of architecture, design and...


  18. Judith Hoefel


  19. Victor Papanek

    Victor Papanek

    Victor Papanek is considered one of the forefathers of sustainable and human-centered design. Born in 1927 in Vienna, Austria, he studied design and architecture in the United States, working under...


  20. lepetitoiseau

    35, female, from Dorset, Great Britain.