Articles tagged Introducing


Introducing: Studio Truly Truly

PEOPLE – Having arrived from the shores of Australia, a background in graphic design shapes Studio Truly Truly’s eloquently expressive multidisciplinary practice.


David Oakey translates biomimicry fascination into carpet innovation for Interface

Oakey’s fascination for the natural design principle, which, after reading what he believes must be more than 100 books about green design, has become the core of his work.

A bold contrast exists between Linehouse's insertion and the existing concrete building. Photo Benoit Florencon

Linehouse's architectural approach makes waves amid Shanghai's decorative mainstream spaces

New Zealander Briar Hickling and Alex Mok (who’s half-Swedish, half-Chinese, and who studied and worked in the UK) have more than a decade of combined Neri&Hu experience behind them.


HandMade Industrials designers Rutger de Regt and Marlies van Putten work between craft and industry

Founded by designers Rutger de Regt and Marlies van Putten, joint studio HandMade Industrials makes projects which move towards reducing the gap between handcrafted and industrial processes.

Jonas Forsman is 36. He won his first Red Dot Award in 2006. So why has Marcel Wanders chosen to adopt him now?

Jonas Forsman approaches design problems as a technician

Gothenburg-based Jonas Forsman is a freelance industrial designer specializing in furniture and products.

Hannah Wallace's first project, Dark Clash, focused on the secret police in Russia.

Menswear designer Hannah Wallace combines sub-culture with science and technology

Manchester School of Art student Hannah Wallace aims to ‘touch upon discovery, change, conflict, uprising, progression, innovation and protection’ with a collection of riot-inspired astronaut …

Jordan Söderberg Mills set out to create objects that generate shifting patterns using light as the raw material.

Jordan Söderberg Mills gives volume and weight to light

LONDON – A graduate from Central Saint Martins, Jordan Söderberg Mills is particularly interested in physics, ‘as close to magic as we can get’. 


Designer Katarzyna Kempa's office furniture addresses the wellbeing of workers

ÉCAL graduate Katarzyna Kempa's project Sit is an office workspace comprised of a wooden stool and table which keeps the body in motion, even while in the seated position.

Scott Albrecht is a US-based artist who likes to play with form and invent new ways of communicating.

Here and Now: Scott Albrecht discusses his typographical artworks

The US-based artist Scott Albrecht has a colourful exhibition currently ongoing in Amsterdam. Called Here and Now, it is showing at the Andeken Gallery in Westerpark until 24 July 2015 and is a …

Touching Memories is Nordin's graduation project from Beckmans College of Design. Photo Martin Skoog

Introducing: designer Greta Nordin

Recently graduated from Beckmans College of Design in Stockholm, Greta Nordin adds a dimension of tactility which attracts users to interact with her designs.

Polish-born Copenhagen-based Martyna Barbara Golik is a young textile designer examining the boundaries between food and design.

Introducing: Textile Designer Martyna Barbara Golik

Catching our eyes with bright and tactile objects at Ventura Lambrate in Milan, Polish-born Copenhagen-based Martyna Barbara Golik is a young textile designer examining the boundaries between food …

Taiwanese designer Yenwen Tseng graduated from Konstfack in Stockholm. He currently lives and works 'back home' in Taichung. Portrait Maja Flink

Introducing: Yenwen Tseng

The discreet nature of Taiwanese Yenwen Tseng’s work is exactly what grabbed the attention of Claesson Koivisto Rune.