Tom Dixon (OBE) is an internationally renowned British designer, Creative Director of eponymous brand Tom Dixon (est. 2002). His works are included in permanent collections of the world's most prestigious museums, including the V&A and the MoMA. Tom Dixon has built his universe through intensely diverse experiences, from music, contemporary lighting, furniture and accessories to high profile projects.
Philippe Starck is a French designer known since the start of his career in the 1980s for his interior, product, industrial and architectural design including furniture and objects that have simple but inventive structures.
Serdar Sisman is a product and yacht designer based in Istanbul.
Johan Van Hulle is a freelance Industrial designer with 6 years of experience, mainly designing consumer electronics/goods and medical devices.
Davide Radaelli Design Studio, based in Milano, is an Italian office providing a multidisciplinary design and communication consultancy for international clients from all over the world. The studio works in the fields of product design, exhibit and interior architecture, graphic design & communication. We also work as project managers for international companies developing Italy-based projects and events.
Alain Monnens is the founder of his award-winning studio for product design, branding and photography. Based in Belgium, Alain founded the studio in 2006 after working for an industrial design studio in The Netherlands and a number of design companies in Belgium.
Marc Newson is one of the most accomplished and influential designers of his generation. At 45, he has already worked across a wide range of disciplines to create everything from chairs, household objects, a bicycle and a concept car to restaurants, a recording studio and interiors of private and commercial jets, for clients based in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.
Evan is a freelance industrial designer creating meaningful products and experiences for companies big and small, from startups to fortune 500 companies. He is experienced in a variety of product categories including consumer electronics, furniture and soft goods design.
Simon Kang is an industrial designer and product developer living and working in Los Angeles, California. Originally from South Korea, grew up and educated in New York, he has received a Bachelors in Fine Arts from School of Visual Arts (SVA) and Masters in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. For the past 13 years, he has created product solutions for a broad range of client, from global companies to private owned start-ups, including Samsung, Cisco, Incase and Munchkin.
The Dutch designer Hella Jongerius works on the cusp of design, craft, art and technology to fuse traditional and contemporary influences, high tech and low tech, the industrial and artisanal.
Carl Gustav Magnusson is regarded as one of the most acclaimed industrial designers today. Swedish-born and New York-based, Carl has left an indelible mark on a wide range of products with clients such as Knoll, Teknion, the MoMA Design Store and BMW. Since founding his studio CGM Design in 2005, he has been honored with over 30 awards including the 2012 Design Legend award from Contract Magazine.
Portfolio site for Seattle-based product designer Peter Bristol.
Marco De Masi is an industrial designer based in Rome. He works with brands in the furniture, product and lighting sectors and as freelance as well.
Cecilie Manz is a Danish industrial designer. She is considered one of the leading Danish furniture designers of her generation.
Sebastian Bergne lives and works in London. His designs are characterised more by his approach than by a particular use of shapes.
Thomas Feichtner is an Austrian designer who, after considerable successes in the field of industrial design, has recently begun to turn heads again with his unusual approach to design. His new work in the area of funiture and object design is positioned midway between industry and handicrafts, mass production and one-of-a-kinds.
Rotterdam based Richard Hutten is a Dutch designer well known for his conceptual and playful designs.
Naoto Fukasawa is a Japanese industrial designer who has worked on product development for many well-known brands and companies around the world.
As an industrial designer, Ross Lovegrove has worked for numerous internationally important manufacturers and is regarded as one of the most important contemporary industrial designers. Ross Lovegrove's works are often inspired by forms from nature; in addition, he is an expert on ergonomy, using cutting-edge materials and manufacturing techniques.
Thibault Lerailler is a multi-disciplinary and passionate product designer. I help startups and industry leaders create meaningful experiences and deliver innovative products.
Luke Bradshaw is an award-winning industrial designer with 20 years' experience designing for well-known brands across a variety of product types.
Dirk Winkel is a Berlin-based product designer, specialised in lighting and furniture design.
Born in Tel Aviv, Arik Levy is one of the widest ranging industrial designers at work today. Artist, technician, photographer, designer, filmmaker, Levy's skills are multi-disciplinary and his work can be seen in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide.
The work of Daniel Rybakken occupies the area between art and design, forming limited editions, art installations and prototypes for serial production. One of his main focuses has been to work with daylight and how to artificially recreate its subconscious effect. He started his own studio in 2008 and has since that won numerous awards including several Red Dot Awards, the London Design Medal and was the first designer from a Scandinavian country to receive the Italian Compasso d'Oro.
Mari is Helsinki based freelancer designer. She works widely between product, jewelry, furniture, light, exhibition and interior design. Her design can be found both domestically and internationally production.
Blending his research-driven consulting background, with a more personal elemental approach, Jeff Miller brings this innovative vision to a range of international clients in the areas of product, furniture and interior design.
Henrik Jensfelt is an industrial designer with over 20 years of experience blending physical with the digital to innovate meanings and weave new experiences into products. He works for some of the world's best brands, including Sony, Ericsson, Ikea, Bega, Electrolux, and Jabra. Located in Malmö, Sweden, his studio focuses on projects across consumer electronics, mobile devices, wearables, sports gear, housewares, and new product concepts.
Amanda Ip is an energetic, creative and driven industrial designer with a minor in Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon.
Jessica Nebel's specialty is a vibrant mix of furniture, interiors, home accessories, fashion items and consumer electronic products.
Jamie McLellan runs a product and furniture design studio just minutes from downtown Auckland, New Zealand. The objects designed are wide ranging - from lighting to luxury water craft, bicycles to beer taps, furniture to woollen footwear.