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  • 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
  • Negro Impar

    Negro Impar

    Signature Style

    Modern, functional, sophisticated

    Design bio

    Founded by Alvaro Alvarez and Maria Lopez, Spanish design studio Negro Impar create furniture with form and function in mind. Shortlisted for our 2015 Emerging Talent Award, we love their versatile and multifunctional designs.

    Negro Impar
  • Petra Börner

    Petra Börner

    Signature Style

    Artful, Vibrant, Bold

    Design bio

    Award winning illustrator Petra Börner is famed for her bold, artful and elegant designs. Her unique cut paper artworks have been featured on everything from fashion textiles to ceramics and homeware. Eye-catching and vibrant, her illustrations make a stylish statement.

    Petra Börner
  • Ben Fowler

    Ben Fowler

    Signature Style

    Form, follows, function.

    Design bio

    Ben Fowler’s got two Guild Mark awards and a Wood Award to his name. So he knows a thing or two about design. Trained at the Royal College of Art, he uses clean lines, simple functionality and traditional joinery for his pieces - our Hawthorn range collaboration is the perfect example.

    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
  • Roger Beckett

    Roger Beckett

    Signature Style

    Confident, relevant, simple.

    Design bio

    After publicising other people's creations for 20 years, Roger made a career change from design magazine publisher to furniture designer. He studied at the Chelsea College of Art and now creates and consults for some of Britain's most iconic brands. Splitting his time between London and Amsterdam, he describes his style as Northern European-influenced, and a mix of old and new.

    Roger Beckett
  • Simon Pengelly

    Simon Pengelly

    Signature Style

    Sleek, forward-facing, European

    Design bio

    Helping in his father’s workshop helped Simon gain an understanding of materials from an early age. He now has over 20 years’ experience in furniture design, his own successful brand, and has worked with some of the most respected brands in Europe.

    Simon Pengelly
  • Désormeaux/Carrette

    Désormeaux/Carrette

    Signature Style

    Functional, Playful, Decorative, Innovative

    Design bio

    Friends Nathanaël and Damien are the brains behind French design studio Désormeaux/Carrette. In the 5 years since the duo began working together the brand has become renowned for its playful and decorative use of materials, as well as innovative processes and techniques.

    Désormeaux/Carrette
  • Tali Furman

    Tali Furman

    Signature Style

    Sophisticated, simple and contemporary

    Design bio

    Tali Furman designs with a commanding simplicity and sophistication. She uses colour and print to create textiles that are out of the ordinary. A recent graduate from the Royal College of Arts, she’s already worked with global brands such as Burberry, Nike and now, MADE.

    Tali Furman
  • Emily Phillips

    Emily Phillips

    Signature Style

    Function, shape, colour

    Design bio

    Emily's introduction to glass began in 2011 when she travelled to Sweden to study, where she spent 4 months working with master glass blowers. She graduated with a degree in Decorative Arts at Nottingham Trent University. Emily's graduate project Slot was designed to be a tactile light which users could engage with in their home. The light won the Pulse Award at New Designers 2013.

    Emily Phillips
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