5 Questions with Tekla Severin

Tekla Evelina Severin grew up in a middle-sized Swedish town a bit north of Stockholm. The kind of town where the only thing you wanted when you were a teenager was to get out of there. And so she moved to Stockholm when she was 20. She studied separate classes at Stockholm and Uppsala University like the history of thought, worked at cafés and even run her own café. After which she started to study interior architecture- and furniture design at Konstfack University of arts and crafts. Continue reading 5 Questions with Tekla Severin

Super Simple Things, Dries Otten

In the course of his fresh career, Antwerp based furniture designer Dries Otten (°1978) developed a singular, playful visual language. He talks about the long and winding road towards the craft and reveals a couple of inspirations: Belgian post WWI designers, but badly drawn stripes? Continue reading Super Simple Things, Dries Otten

5 Questions with interior designer & art director Annemarie van Riet

For the past 23 years as an interior designer, I have been working with clients on interior design and marketing projects. I have worked with both small and large companies on very diverse projects. From designing commercial and residential interiors to branding a webshop and launching a new line of furniture, my background is in interior design, project management, product launch and marketing strategy. Continue reading 5 Questions with interior designer & art director Annemarie van Riet

An interview with graphic & interior designer Christophe Remy

Christophe lives in Brussels and studied at the film school about six years ago. “That’s where I had my first classes in Photoshop…” At the same time, he discovered magazines like Computer Arts, and artists like Dave McKean. All those things made him want to design. From then on, he started learning everything by himself. Continue reading An interview with graphic & interior designer Christophe Remy