Our Designers

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  • Simon Morasi Piperčić

    Simon Morasi Piperčić

    Signature Style

    Experimental, witty, honest.

    Design bio

    Simon is a thoughtful, pragmatic designer. His mantra is ‘good design is a clever answer to a specific problem,’ a belief he developed at the School of Design in Croatia. He describes his Compound Collection as honest and no-nonsense, but we think it’s a work of contemporary 3-D art.

    Simon Morasi Piperčić
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • James Plant

    James Plant

    Signature Style

    Stylish, practical, eclectic

    Design bio

    James works across a range of design disciplines including products, furniture and lighting. His work has won several awards, including Young Designer of the Year with New Designers and was selected by UKTI to represent British design at the London Olympics.

    James Plant
  • Jennifer Manners

    Jennifer Manners

    Signature Style

    Elegant, Contemporary, Bohemian

    Design bio

    Jennifer started out as a news journalist, but her creative upbringing won out. She changed careers, studied Interior Design at Central St. Martins and started her own studio, focusing on textiles and rugs. Known for her timeless, fun aesthetic, she’s already been listed as a ‘One to Watch’ by Homes & Gardens.

    Jennifer Manners
  • 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