Jun Murakoshi Design
Jun Murakoshi - Product Designer, MA(RCA) | Born in 1978, awarded BEng. and MEng at Chiba University, Japan and MA at Design Products, Royal College of Art, UK. Jun has working experiences as Freelance product designer to design new products and business with takram design engineering and i.lab (innovation laboratory inc.), program researcher at graduate school of engineering, Chiba University and assistant professor at Center for international research and education, Chiba University…
TOMÁŠ GABZDIL LIBERTÍNY was born in Slovakia in 1979. He studied at the Technical University Košice in Slovakia focusing on engineering and design. In 2001, he was awarded George Soros’s Open Society Institute Scholarship to study at The University of Washington in Seattle, where he explored painting and sculpture. He continued his study at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava in painting and conceptual design.
Design Bureau ODESD2 Young architects zbroya Svyatoslav and Dmitry Bulgakov began to actively develop their business. Since the beginning of 2012 Bureau survived infancy: it was the search and production capabilities and sales locations, and building work in general. indication that Office is moving in the right direction began the finals competition Ukrainian Design.
bao-nghi droste design Bao-Nghi Droste was born in Stuttgart, Germany. After an apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker, he started to study Industrial Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt in 2001.
Anderssen & Voll was established in the fall of 2009. Torbjørn Anderssen and Espen Voll were previously founders and running partners of the design group Norway Says. Anderssen & Voll works within various fields of design but focus on the domestic objects. Design at A & V means being receptive
Maurizio Capannesi (Roma 1977), after a master degree in statistics decided to dedicate himself to his greatest passion: product design. Behind every product that Maurizio designs lies the desire to create objects that are able to establish new bonds and evoke old feelings; objects capable of making our homes more personal and unique