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  • Rosie Cook

    Rosie Cook

    Signature Style

    Abstract, simple, playful

    Design bio

    From fashion to interiors, Print Design graduate Rosie Cook designs happy and playful textiles. We spotted her at the ‘New Designers’ show - the way she blends traditional craft elements with digital manipulations is really exciting. She’s one to watch.

    Rosie Cook
  • Ben Fowler

    Ben Fowler

    Signature Style

    Form, follows, function.

    Design bio

    After gaining his Masters in Furniture Design from Royal College of Art, Ben spent a year learning boat building. He then began making bespoke furniture for private houses, companies, and even an opera house. Ben’s designs have won him two Guild Mark awards as well as a Wood Award.

    Ben Fowler
  • Callum Wilson

    Callum Wilson

    Signature Style

    Abstract, geometric, charming

    Design bio

    Callum Wilson is a young designer based in Dundee, Scotland. He cites the mid-century as a golden age for textile design, and you can see that passion in his patterns. He specialises in abstract shapes with a hand-drawn quality.

    Callum Wilson
  • SmithMatthias

    SmithMatthias

    Signature Style

    Thoughtful, quietly confident, responsible

    Design bio

    British designers Jack Smith and Gemma Matthias first met at Uni, studying Furniture Design. They set up SmithMatthias a few years later, creating timeless lighting, accessories and furniture. They live between the UK and French countryside, where their design studio’s based.

    SmithMatthias
  • Ying Chang

    Ying Chang

    Signature Style

    Thought-provoking, refreshing, practical

    Design bio

    Royal College of Art graduate Ying Chang entered her Grid Desk into the MADE Emerging Talent Award 2014 and beat 1000s of entrants to the top prize. She also won the ADAGP Design Award a year later. The Guardian quite rightly named her as someone ‘shaking things up on the design scene’.

    Ying Chang
  • Ivana Mannavola and Nicola Lattanz

    Ivana Mannavola and Nicola Lattanz

    Signature Style

    Thoughtful, contemporary, unconventional

    Design bio

    The Italian duo believe function is vital in design and always try to ‘exclude the superfluous’. Their philosophy resonated with our customers, who voted them winners MADE Emerging Talent Award for this very collection.

    Ivana Mannavola and Nicola Lattanz
  • Kate Watson-Smyth

    Kate Watson-Smyth

    Signature Style

    Urban, glamorous, rustic

    Design bio

    As a journalist, interior stylist and founder of the Mad About the House blog, there’s not much about design trends that Kate doesn’t already know. Affectionately known as KWS in the MADE office, she worked with us to create this plush collection.

    Kate Watson-Smyth
  • Aaron Probyn

    Aaron Probyn

    Signature Style

    Subtle, smooth, effortless

    Design bio

    Aaron Probyn studied Product & Furniture Design at Kingston University. Then, after working as a Design Manager for 6 years, he decided to set up his own studio. From there, he now designs for many of the top British and European homeware brands.

    Aaron Probyn
  • Ptolemy Mann

    Ptolemy Mann

    Signature Style

    Colourful, architectural, graphic.

    Design bio

    Ptolemy Mann has been running her art and design studio since 1997. After graduating from the Royal College of Art and Central Saint Martins she proceeded to work as a textile artist, producing hand dyed and woven pieces in her signature ikat style.

    Ptolemy Mann
  • Roger Beckett

    Roger Beckett

    Signature Style

    Confident, relevant, simple

    Design bio

    After publicising other people’s creations for 20 years, Roger changed careers from publisher of a design magazine to a furniture designer. He studied at the Chelsea College of Art and now creates and consults for some of most iconic British brands.

    Roger Beckett
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