Our Designers

  • Julie Kouamo

    Julie Kouamo

    Signature Style

    bold, inspirational, inviting

    Design bio

    Designed exclusively for MADE.COM, Julie Kouamo’s cushions draw on her love of texture and colour. The digital prints of the Optic collection showcase real images of London, and are great for breaking up block colours in living spaces.

    Julie Kouamo
  • James Harrison

    James Harrison

    Signature Style

    Contemporary, simple, and clever.

    Design bio

    James Harrison has been impressing judging panels and furniture manufacturers since he graduated from Northumbria University in 2005. Winner of the Elle Decoration Young Designer of the Year 2007 award, he works for well-known retailers - as well as independently - and specialises in creating beautifully designed, UK-made pieces.

    James Harrison
  • Allegra Hicks

    Allegra Hicks

    Signature Style

    Eclectic, organic, timeless

    Design bio

    For Italian-born Allegra Hicks, print is everything. In 1999 she branched into fashion from a background in interiors and textiles, launching her debut range of kaftans and accessories. We love her for her clothing, home accessories, fabrics and personal style.

    Allegra Hicks
  • 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
  • Damilola Odusote

    Damilola Odusote

    Signature Style

    Political, playful, insightful

    Design bio

    Damilola’s childhood Super Mario and Street Fighter sketches proved a great foundation for his art. He has a playful, political style, which draws on race, culture, humour and London city for inspiration. He’s exhibited all over London – including the Flash Gallery, Cultivate and many others.

    Damilola Odusote
  • 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
  • James Uren

    James Uren

    Signature Style

    Contemporary,functional, playful

    Design bio

    Design graduate James Uren is a firm believer that form follows function, but his colourful character always comes through. It’s precisely this practical-but-playful style that’s won him three awards, including the New Design Britain Award.

    James Uren
  • 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
  • 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