Amanda Ip is an energetic, creative and driven industrial designer with a minor in Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon.
Michael DiTullo is passionate advocate as well as experienced practitioner of design. He is currently the CDO at Sound United. Prior, Michal was Creative Director at frog design, where he worked with Google, Motorola, Honda, Braun, Brooks, Harmon Kardon, and Intel. Before frog DiTullo spent nearly a decade developing several product collections at Nike Inc for the Converse, Jordan, and Nike brands. He started his career at Evo Design where he worked for a wide array of clients. DiTullo holds a BFA in Industrial Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and also studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art. His work has garnered international awards and has been featured in many media outlets and publications.
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.
Andrea Ponti is an Italian industrial designer specializing in everyday life-enhancing electronics who has developed hundreds of products currently on the market. Currently product designer for Philips and Woox Innovations in Hong Kong, he collaborates with several international brands as LG, Tesla, Zeon, Case Logic and Dainese.
Thijs Smeets founded his Amsterdam based Studio Smeets in 2007 after working for several design studio's in The Netherlands and New York. Educated as a designer and an engineer, his designs cover a broad spectrum of products: from furniture to consumer electronics, from in-flight tableware to sauna's.
Valentin Vodev studio is located in Vienna, Austria and makes products in the area of transportation, furniture, lighting design and interiors. Some of his clients include Absolut Vodka, Barbican Art Centre, BASF, Mothercare, Tetra Pak, Villeroy & Boch.
Leonardo Romeu is an industrial designer with more than 15 years of experience in home appliances for Latin America, Europe and Africa.
Magnus Löfgren is a Swedish designer of interior objects, for the modern home. He is one of the creators behind the Swedish company Design House Stockholm, and the designer of their early products like, the Focus vase, and the Shell votive, which is sold by the London Design Museum and MOMA.
Art director Lexon Paris, Design Director Mexx (Liz Claiborne). Product design, lighting and furniture. Milan and Amsterdam.
Kaii Tu is a designer working across disciplines and industries, from furniture to interactive experiences, to household products you can find on supermarket shelves today. What unites his diverse designs is a blending of analytical thinking and craft, supported by an investigation into the histories and contextual narratives behind objects and actions alike.
Odo Fioravanti is a Milan-based industrial designer, teacher, and freelance journalist.
Ivan Kasner is a Dutch product designer with a long rep of working on both commissioned projects and self initiated designs.
Lilian van Daal uses new technologies, materials and material applications, taking nature as her main source of inspiration.
Yasuhide Yokoi is an industrial designer based in Tokyo, highly oriented to designing sweet spots between business, innovative technologies and user insights, sculpting them to the maximum of the potential.
Industrial Designer and 3D modelling. Portfolio and works.
Tord Boontje is a Dutch designer whose designs and products for Studio Tord Boontje have garnered acclaim from around the world. Based in France, his Studio creates design that is as accessible as it is enticing by employing artisan techniques with advanced technologies.
Beat Karrer develops new products which resound favourably with his renowned clientele such as Anthologie Quartett and Designerslabel, Boffi, Offecct, Burri, Röthlisberger and Tossa. As well as among the juries at international furniture exhibitions in Belgium, Germany, Spain and Switzerland which awarded Beat Karrer with several prizes for his designs which often are unusual in their approach yet very functional and practical in their daily application.
Sule Koc is an Istanbul based industrial designer focusing on product and spatial design.
Charles Godbout is a Canada based industrial designer. He is pragmatic and passionate about industrial production, factory processes, materials, tools and leading edge technology. Through this lens of experience, his designs are based on an in-depth understanding of how a product is manufactured.
Industrial designer Nico Smeenk, operating since '85 in Italy in various fields: electrodomestic appliances, consumer electronics, medical equipment, kitchenware, and furniture.
Neil Poulton is a Scottish born product designer, based in Paris, France. He specializes in the design of simple, mass-produced objects and has won numerous international design awards.
Alexander Bannink specializes in transportation and product design - mainly heavy vehicles and consumer products.
Markus Kurkowski is a young and passionate industrial designer who focuses on finding solutions primary in field of universal design.
Piero Quintiliani is a product designer based in Milan and Rome, specialized in car & motorcycle accessories, furniture, appliances, and medical products.
Zeger van der Voet is an Industrial Design Engineer (MSc.) based in Amsterdam, with a healthy interest in experience driven design.
Nenad Negrievski is an innovative Macedonian designer who has worked internationally with a variety of exciting tech brands. Nenad has designed more than fifty products across a tremendous range of product categories, allowing him to turn his considerable design skills to virtually any product.
Christian Vivanco is a young Mexican industrial designer based in Barcelona, Spain.
Samuel Jones is a freelance product designer based in the Midlands with over 10 years of industry experience.
Pia Wallen is a designer rooted in her Swedish culture, she looks to history for inspiration of the traditional use of Swedish materials, techniques, colours and the northern climate. She combines tradition with play and fantasy, searching for new solutions and pushing boundaries to develop products that reflect today's culture and appeal to the modern person.
Robert Kilders has been working as an industrial designer for internationally renowned customers in the sectors living & office for approx. 20 years.