Tom Gottelier (born 1988) is an English designer based in London.
Gottelier was born in London. He studied at the Design Academy Eindhoven and graduated from Design Products at The Royal College of Artin 2013. He is the founder of the Royal Amateur Expedition Society (RAES) and co-founder of the creative studio Featuring Featuring. He is also a Co Founder of "Designers on Holiday" (DOH) along with Bobby Petersen, an annual design festival located on Gotland, Sweden.
Alongside his colleagues at the time, Bobby Petersen and Ed Thomas, Tom was awarded the Hospital Club's hclub100 award in 2013, described by The Guardian as "an annual campaign to identify the 100 most influential and innovative people working across arts, culture and the creative industries in the UK".The award was given due to the trio's work on The Paper Pulp Helmet; other winners of the award that year included Steve McQueen (film director), Marcus Fairs (founder of Dezeen ) and Cara Delevingne (model).
Thomas Alexander Heatherwick, is an English designer and the founder of London-based design practice Heatherwick Studio. He works with a team of around 200 architects, designers and makers from a studio and workshop in King's Cross, London.
The Design Museum in Kensington, London exhibits product, industrial, graphic, fashion, and architectural design. In 2018, the museum won the European Museum of the Year Award. The museum operates as a registered charity, and all funds generated by ticket sales aid the museum in curating new exhibitions.
The Van Abbemuseum is a museum of modern and contemporary art in central Eindhoven, Netherlands, on the east bank of the Dommel River. Established in 1936, the museum is named after its founder, Henri van Abbe, who loved modern art and wanted to enjoy it in Eindhoven. As of 2010, the collection of the museum housed more than 2700 works of art, of which about 1000 were on paper, 700 were paintings, and 1000 were sculptures, installations and video works.
Design Academy Eindhoven is an interdisciplinary educational institute for art, architecture and design in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The work of its faculty and alumni have brought it international recognition, and is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading design schools.
Sir David Frank Adjaye is a Ghanaian-British architect. He is known for having designed many notable buildings around the world, including the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. Adjaye was knighted in the 2017 New Year Honours for services to architecture. He is the recipient of the 2021 Royal Gold Medal, making him the first African recipient and one of the youngest recipients.
Tom Dixon, OBE is a self-taught British designer. He is best known as the Creative Director of the eponymous brand 'Tom Dixon', which specializes in the design of lighting, furniture and accessories.
Tord Boontje is an industrial product designer.
Tokujin Yoshioka is a Japanese designer and artist.
Nelly Ben Hayoun is a French designer, artist and filmmaker. Born in Valence, Drôme, France, Ben Hayoun now resides in London, United Kingdom. An award-winning director and designer of experiences, she works with scientists and engineers to devise events and experiences. She serves on the Advisory Council of METI and she is the designer of experiences at the SETI Institute. Ben Hayoun is also an exhibitor and keynote speaker who has worked with museums and design centres across the world.
Hella Jongerius is a Dutch industrial designer.
Tracey Neuls is a shoe designer; founder of TN29 and the eponymous Tracey Neuls labels. Neuls produced her first commercial collection in 2000 after winning the New Generation Prize at London Fashion Week.
Jessica Walsh is an American designer, art director, illustrator and educator. She was a partner of the design studio Sagmeister & Walsh (2010–2019), and the founder of the creative agency &Walsh (2019–present). She has taught at the School of Visual Arts (SVA).
Moooi is a Dutch furniture, interior, and lighting modern design company. It was founded by Marcel Wanders and Casper Vissers in the Netherlands in 2001.
Patrick Murphy is a British artist, designer and curator. Murphy works across disciplines creating art, installations, events, exhibitions, branding and objects.
Aitor Throup is an artist, designer and creative director.
Joseph Grima is a British architect, critic, curator and editor. He is the creative director of Design Academy Eindhoven and co-founder of the design research studio, Space Caviar.
Konstantin Grcic is a German industrial designer known for creating mass-manufactured items, such as furniture and household products. He has participated in leading design shows and his work can be seen in major museums. Described as having a pared down aesthetic, his functional designs are characterized by geometric shapes and unexpected angles.
Job Smeets is a Belgian contemporary conceptual and sculptural artist and designer and founder of Studio Job based in Antwerp, Belgium. Known for producing "high-end works toying with politically loaded signifiers", he combines traditional and modern techniques to produce art and design objects.
Ambra Medda is a London based design consultant who is the co-founder and director of Design Miami. She also co-founded the design website L’ArcoBaleno and headed a department at Christie's auction house.
Bethan Laura Wood is an internationally-recognised English designer of jewellery, furniture, decorative objects, lighting and installations. She has designed for such media as glass, laminates and ceramics. Work produced by her studio, WOOD London, is characterised by colour, geometry and visual metaphor, pattern and marquetry. She has been described as "[re-contextualizing] ... elements from everyday objects, often focusing on the pattern and coloration of objects as indicators of their origins, production, and past usage."