Our Designers

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  • Philippe Cramer

    Philippe Cramer

    Signature Style

    Contemporary, crafted, evocative

    Design bio

    Swiss-born and from a multidisciplinary background, Philippe approaches product design like works of art that have function. He trained at the New York Parsons School of Design, before moving back to Geneva to set up his own company. He creates beautiful furniture, jewellery and accessories.

    Philippe Cramer
  • Eleanor Young

    Eleanor Young

    Signature Style

    Colourful, graphic and bold

    Design bio

    Glasgow School of Art graduate Eleanor Young set up her 'Fun Makes Good' label in 2009 to answer a demand for hand crafted products with a contemporary edge. Drawing on her love for well considered, exciting design, she creates colourful pieces with a striking geometric element.

    Eleanor Young
  • Tim Fenby

    Tim Fenby

    Signature Style

    Confident, aspirational and understated

    Design bio

    With an enviable attention to detail, Tim Fenby's design aesthetic has earned him multiple awards as well as an impressive design CV. Working with some of the biggest names in the industry, his pieces are inspired by the beauty of nature and the wonder and optimism of his two sons.

    Tim Fenby
  • Jochem Faudet

    Jochem Faudet

    Signature Style

    Honest, intelligent, functional

    Design bio

    With a background in industrial design and engineering, Jochem later specialised in product design, setting up his own studio in Shoreditch, London. In 2011 he joined forces with Jon Harrison to create Faudet-Harrison. Together they work on a cross-section of product, furniture, interior and exhibition design and manage an extensive list of clients.

    Jochem Faudet
  • Rachel Rosie West

    Rachel Rosie West

    Signature Style

    Playful, conversational and energetic

    Design bio

    Singled out at A-Level as one of the top 10 art students in the country, Rachel Rosie West's hand painted motifs can be found on a variety of surfaces from wallpaper to cushions. Inspired by everything from nature to charity shop knick-knacks her pieces have a unique, playful feel with a nostalgic edge.

    Rachel Rosie West
  • Chishen Chiu

    Chishen Chiu

    Signature Style

    Adventurous, spirited and curious

    Design bio

    Chishen Chiu is a graduate of the National Taiwan University of Science and Technology's prestigious School of Industrial Design. Upon attending the Young Designers' Exhibition (YODEX), Chishen discovered that Flexible Love was an immediate hit and the highlight of the show. Since then, Flexible Love has attracted the attention of media around the world and continued to capture people's imagination year after year.

    Chishen Chiu
  • Stephen Tierney

    Stephen Tierney

    Signature Style

    Simple, alert, architectural

    Design bio

    A bespoke architect by trade, Stephen Tierney's product designs reflect his training as well as a photographer's eye for detail. Striking in form, with careful attention to materials and colour, they are often one-off creations. Having studied and worked abroad, he is now based in Dublin, where he runs a joint practice with his wife.

    Stephen Tierney
  • Mike To

    Mike To

    Signature Style

    Fusion of contemporary style with traditional spirit

    Design bio

    Hailing from Hong Kong, Mike To studied Art and Design and has since worked in several design areas including graphics, computer animation and special effects. His striking product designs - such as his award-winning Moon Chair - have featured internationally.

    Mike To
  • Viable London

    Viable London

    Signature Style

    Creative, diverse, considered

    Design bio

    The three directors of this design studio have been working on collaborative projects and exhibitions since 2005. Noted for their creative diversity and ingenuity, and driven by a collective desire for improvement in the design world, their work has been exhibited at the London Design Museum and won awards from Elle Deco and Homes & Gardens.

    Viable London
  • Tanya Ventress

    Tanya Ventress

    Signature Style

    Quirky, contemporary and kitsch.

    Design bio

    An exciting young textile designer we discovered at New Designers 2011, Tanya takes traditional subjects and re-works them in a fun, up-to-date way. Since graduating from Cleveland College of Art and Design with a first in Textiles and Surface Design, she's worked with Baxter Fawcett and Timorous Beasties as well as developing her own designs. We can't wait to see what's next for her.

    Tanya Ventress