Our Designers

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  • Sean Dare

    Sean Dare

    Signature Style

    Bold, exciting, architectural

    Design bio

    After graduating from Bournemouth University in Furniture Design and Business, Sean Dare went on to work with some of the most prestigious furniture makers in the UK. His designs retail on a global basis throughout Europe, USA and Asia. He has won several awards including Best Upholstery - Napoli for Ercol, The Interiors Show 2009 and Best Furniture Product - Katakana Desk for Dare Studio Hidden Art 6th Awards.

    Sean Dare
  • Jimmie Martin

    Jimmie Martin

    Signature Style

    Unconventional, modern and imperfect.

    Design bio

    This London-based Swedish design duo is made up of Jimmie Karlsson and Martin Nihlmar. Known for their award-winning 'Baroque n' Roll' style, they draw on pop culture and everyday life for inspiration. They work on bespoke pieces for commercial and private clients - including the likes of Madonna - based from their Notting Hill boutique.

    Jimmie Martin
  • Kirsty Whyte

    Kirsty Whyte

    Signature Style

    Simple, pure, accessible

    Design bio

    Kirsty graduated with a first-class degree in Decorative Arts from Nottingham Trent University in 2003, where she specialised in kiln formed glass. She then studied Glass Design at Kalmar University in Sweden. In 2008 she set up her London design studio and has worked with several major retailers in her career to date. She has exhibited in the UK and abroad including London, Stockholm, Milan and Paris. Already a winner of several awards, in 2011 she was selected as one of the eight designers for the prestigious 'Heal's Discovers'.

    Kirsty Whyte
  • Jennifer Cooper

    Jennifer Cooper

    Signature Style

    Vintage English style

    Design bio

    English designer and stylist Jenny Cooper studied Textiles at Chelsea College of Art and Design, part of University of the Arts London where she specialised in printed design and surface manipulation. After developing an awareness of the environmental issues created by printing textiles, she now develops alternative ways to connect the visual aesthetics of print with a more sustainable output.

    Jennifer Cooper
  • Bim Burton

    Bim Burton

    Signature Style

    Fun, colourful, uncomplicated

    Design bio

    Bim discovered an affinity for woodwork age 16 - and it's hardly surprising with an architect father and sculptor grandfather. Years later he's now an accomplished designer and 'Craftsman in Residence' at Bartlett School of Architecture UCL.

    Bim Burton
  • Jean-Pierre Brown

    Jean-Pierre Brown

    Signature Style

    Hypnotic, vintage, printing

    Design bio

    Asian based and of a French-Canadian persuasion, Jean-Pierre Brown has lived and breathed art since a young age. His pieces are heavily influenced from over 10 years of working in Asia, and he's a true pioneer of new printing techniques.

    Jean-Pierre Brown
  • 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
  • Mattias Söderberg

    Mattias Söderberg

    Signature Style

    Straightforward, modern, designed for comfortable living

    Design bio

    With a family background in upholstery and mattress manufacturing in Sweden, Mattias Söderberg has been working in product design since 2007. In his career he's worked with major retailers, and been based in China as well as Europe. Passionate about combining new materials and modern colours, his look is direct and daring.

    Mattias Söderberg
  • Fieroza Doorsen

    Fieroza Doorsen

    Signature Style

    Abstract, feminine and intricate

    Design bio

    Fieroza's pieces can usually be found gracing the walls of the world's galleries. An MA graduate from Chelsea School of Art, her solo exhibitions range from the Dallas Goss-Michael gallery to London's Eagle gallery. Using a variety of materials - from pastels and pencils to inks and henna - her work is often inspired by the intricate patterns of Moorish architecture.

    Fieroza Doorsen
  • Lucinda Ireland

    Lucinda Ireland

    Signature Style

    Vintage-inspired, colourful and feminine.

    Design bio

    A recent graduate of Nottingham Trent University, Lucinda Ireland is an up-and-coming illustrator and graphic designer. In 2011, she won Hallmark's 'New Designer of the Year' at New Designers. In creating her striking, colourful designs she looks to vintage typography for inspiration.

    Lucinda Ireland