Home furnishing designers
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||Eero Aarnio is a finnish designer and one of the great innovators of modern furniture design.
||Jonathan Adler is dedicated to bringing style, craft, joy, and a general feeling of grooviness to your home.
||Tomoko Azumi (born in 1966, in Hiroshima, Japan) is a director of t.n.a. Design Studio, London; a furniture, product and exhibition design consultancy for multinational clients.
||Shin is a well-known product, space and three-dimensional designer.
||The Milan-based architect and product designer Antonio Citterio is known internationally for his product designs for B&B Italia, Vitra, and Kartell.
||Jasper Conran OBE is an English fashion designer, who has also designed furnishing fabric and wallpaper collections.
||Sophie Conran, daughter of Sir Terence Conran, is a working mother of two children, who has turned her love of cooking and home into her work.
||Terence Conran is one of the world’s best known designers, restaurateurs and retailers.
||Jan has gathered together her experience, her love of decoration and her Constantine drive to fulfill a lifetime’s ambition and produce her own Collection.
||Ella Doran began her career as a young designer with no experience in commercial product design.
|Charles and Ray Eames
||Husband and wife Charles and Ray Eames were best known for the beauty, comfort, elegance, and delicacy of their mass-producible furniture.
||Carl Harrison has been designing products since graduating in design in the early 1980s.
||Thomas Heatherwick is recognised for his work in architecture, sculpture, product design and exhibition design.
||Matthew Hilton has designed a number of classics such as the Balzac chair, the Flipper and Antelope table.
||Clarissa Hulse is one of the leading lights of the British textile world, uncompromising in her passion to deliver the ultimate combination of colour, print and fabrics.
||Arne Jacobsen was a Danish architect and designer, responsible for some of the most iconic chairs and furniture in existence.
||Georg Jensen was a Danish silversmith and designer.
||The world of Orla Kiely is one where colour, pattern, graphic control, texture and rhythm continually work and rework together.
||Iconic architect and designer of many of the most recognised interior products.
||As a designer, Lolita sees something quite extraordinary in the everyday and ordinary of life. She brings her vision into her products as a reflection of the Lolita lifestyle.
||Margarita Lorenzo is the designer behind Chocolate Creative, a multidisciplinary studio based in South London.
||Børge Mogensen started his career as a cabinetmaker in 1934.
||Nick Munro launched his career in design by turning bedsprings into egg-cups - an instant hit which won him the prize of UK Young Entrepreneur of the Year.
||George Nelson was, together with Charles & Ray Eames, one of the founders of American Modernism.
||Steuart is the founder of Designbar.com an information and advisory website for the design industry.
||Verner Panton was among the very best designers of the Danish golden age.
||John Rocha was awarded the prestigious British Designer of the Year in 1994 and 2002.
|Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
||Ludwig Mies van der Rohe is a German architect and widely regarded as one of the pioneering masters of Modern architecture.
||Eero Saarinen was a Finnish American architect and product designer of the 20th century.
||Tom always design freely without worrying about the practicalities or limitations of manufacture, which ensures that the design is never compromised.
||Margo Selby is an award winning woven textile designer with a bold approach to creating high quality woven fabrics.
||"I like to open the doors to people's brain." - Philippe Starck