Designers

Margrethe Odgaard

Margrethe Odgaard’s work is driven by a constant search for fresh ways of exploring colour and pattern in material. In addition to running her own design studio in Copenhagen, she is part of the duo INCLUDED MIDDLE together with furniture designer Chris L. Halstrøm.

A graduate of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design, Margrethe Odgaard also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design in the USA. Before setting up her studio, she worked for several years as a textile designer at French fashion company EPICE. This followed a spell as a printing assistant at The Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia.

Alfredo Häberli

The varied portfolio of Argentine-Swiss designer Alfredo Häberli includes industrially produced everyday articles, architectural projects and technically sophisticated furniture. His designs particularly stand out for their simplicity and innovative, intuitive use of colours.

A guest lecturer at schools of design and architecture in the US and Europe, Alfredo Häberli has worked with many top design firms. These include Vitra, Moroso, Camper, Luceplan, Thonet and Zanotta. His work has been extensively exhibited.

Georgina Wright

A graduate from the Royal College of Art in London, Georgina Wright is an artist, artisan and designer. She is internationally acclaimed for her flair for colour and the purity of her work, and has worked on projects across
Europe.

Georgina Wright sets out to create new surfaces that represent what is taking place in architecture, yet without being hard. She describes her colours as calm, yet market oriented, as they reflect current trends.

Karina Nielsen Rios

Based in Copenhagen, Karina Nielsen Rios studied fine weaving and textile design at the Danish Design School, the Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science, Jette Nevers’ textile studio and Skals Håndarbejdsseminarium (VIA University College).

Karina Nielsen Rios’s sleek, cool work combines aesthetic insight, craftsmanship and a desire to innovate with high-tech materials. It often sits at the cutting-edge of textile design and has featured in several exhibitions and galleries.

Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Renowned French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have made a significant impact on the world of design since they began working together in 1997. Their globally acclaimed work includes furniture and product design, interior design, architectural projects, and the development of conceptual objects.

The Bouroullec brothers’ work is characterised by its simplicity, originality and completeness. They focus on achieving balance and finesse in their work and have a relentless commitment to quality. The designers have collaborated closely with Kvadrat on a variety of projects including textile wall systems, products, interiors and installations. 

Hella Jongerius

A graduate of Design Academy Eindhoven, Hella Jongerius has been a standout in the world of product design since her early work for Droog, the Dutch design collective. She founded Jongeriuslab in Rotterdam in 1993 and moved to Berlin in 2008.

Her work ranges from one-offs and limited editions exhibited at galleries to consumer products available through companies like Vitra, Nymphenburg, Royal Tichelaar Makkum, and IKEA. 

Scholten & Baijings

Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings established their eponymous studio in 2000 and are now widely regarded as of one of the most innovative and dynamic design studios in the world. Renowned for sensitive and subtle yet wholly functional products, a striking and often unexpected use of colour, and exquisitely crafted objects, they have applied their distinctive style to everything from ceramics and silverware to textiles and even a concept car.

Scholten & Baijings have been awarded numerous prestigious prizes, such as the ELLE Decoration International Design Award (EDIDA) for Young Designer Talent 2011, a nomination for Designer of the Year at the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2015 and the Oeuvre Award Sanoma Woon Awards 2014.

Simone Post

Dutch textile and product designer Simone Post graduated from the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2015. Now working from her own design studio in Rotterdam, her work is characterised by material experiments, thorough research and a passion for colour, print and craft.

As co-founder of Envisions, a collective of various designers with a shared fascination for experimental research, Simone frequently engagesvarious industries to explore new, innovative possibilities—from rethinking ways of working to transformingleftover waste into finished products.