Frederik Delbart is inspired by textures and structures, his main purpose is creating honest and simple objects.
By having a critical approach on the way objects are used and look, every step of the design process is deeply analysed and regarded with respect for the user, the manufacturer and the editor.
After her studies (Theater Costumes and Visual Arts) at the royal academy of fine arts in Antwerp, Tessa Lauwaert earned a bachelor’s degree in interior design at Sint-Lukas in Brussels.
Since 2011 she’s been working as a furniture designer. FLO is her first design for MOOME.
A playful use of forms and colours is what sets her designs apart from others, while making them accessible at the same time.
Her designs are, just like her personality, very refreshing and surprising.
Hans Daalder (1963) graduates from the Design Academy in 1989 and starts his designstudio a year later.
Since then he is passionate about his work, designing for leading manufacturers of furniture, officefurniture and other interior-products.
His designs are in great demand. In his own words:
“Our team thinks in terms of logic; there is a reason for every detail in our work. This results in clear-lined designs. We aim for understandable beauty!”
Yonoh is a design studio founded in 2006 by Clara del Portillo and Alex Selma, in Valencia, Spain. Uniting their creative inquisitiveness they create work on product design.
Yonoh works on projects that differ for their simplicity and functionality, designs that exude freshness and uniqueness.
The studio has been awarded with the most prestigious design prizes worldwide.
Clara and Alex, industrial designer by training, developed their careers separately during years until they met on a young designers exhibition in 2004.
At the end of 2006 they present their first collection as Yonoh, an ambigram that represents the bicephalus character of the company.
From 2014 they collaborate as associate teachers with the Cardenal Herrera CEU university in Valencia and give lectures and workshops around the world promoting the Yonoh way of work.