Our Designers

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  • Josie Morris

    Josie Morris

    Signature Style

    Refined, minimal, functional

    Design bio

    As the winner of the MADE.COM Emerging Talent Award, it’s no wonder Josie Morris is seen as the designer to watch. The recent graduate is already renowned for her refined, minimal aesthetic, as you can see from her Range pieces.

    Josie Morris
  • John Stefanidis

    John Stefanidis

    Signature Style

    Eclectic, bold and cosmopolitan

    Design bio

    Since establishing his own interior design practice in 1967, John Stefanidis has been well-renowned for creating eclectic and cosmopolitan pieces for prestigious, international clientele. He has also written a number of design books such as 'Living by Design' 1997 and 'John Stefanidis Designs' 2002.

    John Stefanidis
  • Jimmie Martin

    Jimmie Martin

    Signature Style

    Unconventional, modern and imperfect.

    Design bio

    This London-based Swedish design duo is made up of Jimmie Karlsson and Martin Nihlmar. Known for their award-winning 'Baroque n' Roll' style, they draw on pop culture and everyday life for inspiration. They work on bespoke pieces for commercial and private clients - including the likes of Madonna - based from their Notting Hill boutique.

    Jimmie Martin
  • Steuart Padwick

    Steuart Padwick

    Signature Style

    Witty, often feminine, useful and pleasurable.

    Design bio

    Furniture designer and maker, product developer. Creator of furniture and lighting, including award-winning Darcey table.

    Steuart Padwick
  • Casa Estudio

    Casa Estudio

    Signature Style

    Pattern, geometry and colour

    Design bio

    Designer duo Andres Ros Soto and Giles Round pair eye-catching geometric patterns with striking colour combinations to give their pieces an unmistakeable look. Inspired by London, Mexico and the music that fills their Barbican studio, they began their career together by decorating the columns of the Royal Academy in their signature, head-turning style.

    Casa Estudio
  • Hugh Leader-Williams

    Hugh Leader-Williams

    Signature Style

    Clean, Simple, Considered

    Design bio

    Despite graduating last year, Hugh picked up a number of sought after awards at New Designers 2012 – including the 100% Design Award and the BCFA Lugo award. Originally studying mechanical engineering, Hugh couldn’t put aside his passion for design. So he started afresh, studying an art foundation course before getting his degree in 3D Design.

    Hugh Leader-Williams
  • Cristiana Ionescu

    Cristiana Ionescu

    Signature Style

    Functional, efficient techniques, aesthetically pleasing

    Design bio

    Since gaining her masters in Furniture and Product Design from Bucks New University, Cristiana has worked with an impressive list of high-street retailers. Her focus is on function first, design second. With her Rhapsody lamp shade, she pulls off both ambitions flawlessly.

    Cristiana Ionescu
  • Jonathan Krawczuk

    Jonathan Krawczuk

    Signature Style

    Graphical, intricate, bold

    Design bio

    Hailing from Yorkshire, Jonathan studied product design at Central St Martins. With a passion for industrial materials and processes, he specialises in creating striking contemporary furniture and accessories - both for freelance projects and for his own company DesignedMade. In recent years he's been awarded the iF Design Concept Award Material and the Peroni Blue Ribbon Design Award.

    Jonathan Krawczuk
  • Caroline Davidson

    Caroline Davidson

    Signature Style

    Bold, illustrative and colourful.

    Design bio

    When textile designer Caroline sent us a photo of a bespoke version she'd made of our Juno armchair, we knew we had to work with her. The owner of her own textiles company, 'Fruit Farm Fabrics', she creates striking graphic prints, taking inspiration from nature and overlooked, everyday objects.

    Caroline Davidson
  • Kirsty Whyte

    Kirsty Whyte

    Signature Style

    Simple, pure, accessible

    Design bio

    Kirsty graduated with a first-class degree in Decorative Arts from Nottingham Trent University in 2003, where she specialised in kiln formed glass. She then studied Glass Design at Kalmar University in Sweden. In 2008 she set up her London design studio and has worked with several major retailers in her career to date. She has exhibited in the UK and abroad including London, Stockholm, Milan and Paris. Already a winner of several awards, in 2011 she was selected as one of the eight designers for the prestigious 'Heal's Discovers'.

    Kirsty Whyte