Betty Woodman (b. 1930) is internationally recognized as one of today’s most important American artist, with works in more than fifty public collections. She began her career in the 1950s as a production potter with the aim of creating beautiful objects to enhance everyday life.
Stefan Schwabe and Jannis Huelsen are a pair of designers that investigate the relationship between materials and tools, as well as the perception of the design process and its outcome. They attempt to understand technical evolution and its effects on people’s daily lives and human culture.
28-year-old Dutch Design Poet Ingrid Hulskamp aims to enchant people with the use of poetic, playful and sophisticated design. She sees an opportunity for design to counterbalance our rushed digital lifestyle.
gt2P (Great Things To People) is a studio based in Santiago, Chile that’s dedicated to research and experimentation in “Digital Crafting.” gt2P promotes new encounters between technologies and expounds on the richness of local, traditional materials and techniques.
Marin Sawa is a designer and researcher, practising at the intersection of design and biotechnology. She studied at the Architectural Associations and Central Saint Martins (London), and worked for Kengo Kuma & Associates (Tokyo). She is particularly interested in the synthesis of art, science and technology…
Born 1984 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Hilda Hellström’s methodological approach as a designer is independent and craft-based, with a focus on process and a philosophical examination of the themes behind the work…
Tomáš is the son of an architect and a historian. He studied engineering at the TU Košice in Slovakia, painting and sculpture at the University of Washington in Seattle, product design at the AFAD in Bratislava and at the Design Academy Eindhoven.
Johanna Grawunder is a designer and architect based in Milan, Italy and San Francisco. Her studio works on a broad range of projects, including architecture and interiors, custom installation commissions, limited edition furniture and lights (represented by Carpenters Workshop Gallery in Paris and London ) and product design including exclusive lights for FLOS and collections for…
Design Log traveled to Stoke Newington, London to visit the studio of designer Peter Marigold… and we found an incredibly large snail.
This summer Design Log traveled to studios across the globe gaining insight into the practices and personalities of designers The Haas Brothers, Faye Toogood, Snarkitecture, Yuri Suzuki, and Eyal Burstein.