Tim Rundle is a London based Industrial Designer with experience in furniture, lighting, transport, interior and product design.
With experience across furniture, lighting, home ware, technology and transport, the studio's work is driven by context and has grown to focus on the design of products and systems that exist at the intersection between architecture and its inhabitants.
A preoccupation with simplicity, improvement and the pragmatic application of creativity; combined with a rigorous and knowledgable approach to the technical aspects of materials and manufacturing leads to results that are, at the same time, useful, engaging and relevant.
Metrica is a design studio based in Milan with an international reputation for the unique approach to contemporary furniture design, which consists of a strong mix of design management and technical advisory.
Metrica places design in a new value context resulting in a recognized global vision in creating and managing projects. The Studio offers the opportunity to acquire turnkey projects, from design to production.
Tom Fereday believes honest design is true to materials and it’s process. Tom develops products based on the principle of honest design, conveying a design process which celebrate the materials and manufacture behind furniture and products.
By using the materials and environment as a positive design constraint we guide intelligent and thoughtful design outcomes which connect with people through natural materials, tactile forms and unique design. Tom Fereday strives to create enduring designs which are meaningful to people and their environment.
Hailing from the rainforest hinterland behind Byron Bay, in NSW designer Nikolai Kotlarczyk has lived in Copenhagen, Denmark for the last six years. The studio of Nikolai Kotlarczyk extends across interior product design – from decorative pieces to more industrial focused work. What unites his work is a geometric sensibility based around the design elements of symmetry and balance, along with references to historical and geographical ingredients – most predominantly architectural.
His body of work aims to simplify the act of storytelling through an honest palette of materials, and expression in bold forms. Aiming to simplify and present these references in a contemporary way, Kotlarczyk’s work often contains a sense of nostalgia within a style that is refined yet, decorative. His studio approaches the importance of sustainability in contemporary design through a combination of quality craftsmanship, durable natural materials, and a unique design language to create work that does not contribute to a throw-away culture.