Based in Copenhagen, Icelandic designer Dögg Guðmundsdóttir studied industrial design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan. She continued her glass, product and graphic design studies at the Danish Design School and received her master’s degree in design from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen with a focus on design management with sustainable innovation and new strategies for large and small producers. Many of her designs are akin to functional sculptures or pieces of art, while others are part of a collection. The spare language of her style reflects her ability to conceive products with streamlined Scandinavian originality. The working fields range from one off items, graphic, industrial- and furniture design to design management, consulting, producing and teaching. Among the companies Dögg has designed for are Ligne Roset and Christofle in France, Norr 11 in Denmark, B-sweden and Sólóhúsgögn in Iceland.
Based in Copenhagen the Danish designer Philip Bro Ludvigsen studied furniture and industriel design at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. Besides his works for Danish and international clients Philip Bro has designed a number of experimental objects, that have been exhibited all around the world. Philip Bro has been granted the Danish National Art Counsil’s 3 Year grant and has received a number of international design awards. Among the danish companies Philip Bro has designed for are Le Klint, Georg Jensen, Eilersen, Fredericia, Carl Hansen, Woud, Frandsen, Softline og Lyngby Porcelæn. Among the international client’s that Philip designs for are IKEA based in Sweden, Zumtobel based in Schwitzerland and Miniso based in China.