With a fascinating background spanning architecture, interior design and chemical plastics, Legler's early designs still resonate today. His most widely acclaimed design, the Basket Chair (1951), received a good design award from the MoMA in New York. Originally designed for a restaurant in Italy, its beauty and simplicity have made it a classic the world over.
Yuzuru designed and worked with rattan for over 40 years. Loved by Japanese and European markets alike, his designs have stood the test of time. His passion for the material is evident in his designs, which are not only beautiful but functional, with an emphasis on ergonomics.More
A prolific and accomplished designer, Jakob's work is undeniably Danish. His elegant, unpretentious designs show a deep knowledge of the production process and a keen eye for detail. Committed to improving the environment, his designs optimise energy use and reduce material waste.More
Having spent time in Milan, London and Hong Kong, Jamie now works out of a converted boatshed in Auckland, New Zealand. Taking his cues from nature and the engineering world, he designs a diverse range of products that are unpretentious, honest and border on sculptural. With an eye for detail and beauty of function, he prefers to use materials that store rather than produce carbon.More
Isabel is Danish architect and furniture designer with enthusiasm for everyday life and a focus on human needs. A child of the Danish design tradition, Isabel creates functional and poetic furniture and products with a twistMore
Soon after graduating as a fashion designer Henrik realised he also had a passion for furniture and graphic design. Drawing on inspiration from everyday life and travel he aspires to create distinctive pieces that move people passionately. His honest designs and attention to detail are the result of his guiding philosophy ‘nothing leaves my desk until it feels absolutely right’.More