Design News: Maison et Objet 2016 Rising Talents – Maison et Objet will happen in Paris from the 22sd to the 26tt of January 2016 and My Design Agenda presents some of the rising talents of the show!
A design graduate of the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (2013), Jonas Edvard is an independent designer developing new experience of design objects through a research and development of raw unprocessed materials.
Färg & Blanche
The French-Swedish design studio Färg & Blanche was founded in 2010 by the designers Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche. Fredrik took his Master’s degree in design in 2008 and Emma graduated in 2006. Known for their experimental stance, where each expression informs the other, they work across a wide variety of fields, collaborating with established Scandinavian furniture brands and producing their own collections and limited art pieces for galleries around the world.
Katriina Nuutinen was born in 1983, in Helsinki, Finland. She graduated from the School of Arts and Design at Aalto University, Helsinki with a Master’s degree in 2011. Katriina’s work is an outstanding example of modern Finnish glass design, inspired by the captivating interplay of glass and light.
Kneip is a craft, design and art studio founded by Jørgen Platou Willumsen and Stian Korntved Ruud, both graduates of the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. Jørgen Platou Willumsen completed his Bachelor’s degree in product design in 2010 and decided to take a Master’s degree in art to complement his education. Stian Korntved Ruud trained in product design at Akershus University College and the Oslo School of Architecture and Design, before going on to do an internship at Tom Dixon in London.
Troels Flensted – Flensted Studio
Born in 1987, Troels Flensted graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. After graduating in 2014, he moved back to his native country, Denmark and started his own studio.
His experimental studio explores the potential within material behaviours, colours and alternative manufacturing processes, and finds inspiration in the aesthetics and undiscovered possibilities deriving from combining the three.
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