Redesign (Neven & Sanja Kovacic) is an interdisciplinary design studio that emphasises innovation. Their active interest in various aspects of technology and society has resulted in a broad spectrum of completed projects, from a recyclable cardboard shelf system to sophisticated test, training sports equipment and furniture. Their design of the Up-lift sofa bed (Prostoria, 2014) received the Interior Innovation Award (Winner) 2014 and the German Design Award (Special Mention) 2015.



Michael Schneider is the founder of designschneider, located in Berlin. As a design studio it is dedicated to product, furniture and exhibition design as well as to trend research. Since its establishment in 1993, designschneider has developed an inter-national client base through its commitment to designing unique products, which can be used and enjoyed on a daily basis.


jonas lyndby jensen

Copenhagen based Jonas Lyndby Jensen is originally educated as a cabinetmaker. Subsequently he studied at The Danish Design School, specializing in furniture design in 2009. Since then he has worked as an independent furniture designer in collaboration with Scandinavian companies and exhibited several times at international fairs and other curated furniture exhibitions. Jonas has always had a great interest in and passion for the Nordic crafted furniture traditions and he often finds his inspiration close to home: in the Scandinavian nature.


oliver schick

Oliver Schick was born in 1969 in Darmstadt, a small town which is one of Germany‘s most important places regarding the history of the Art Nouveau movement in the end of the 19th century. Affected by the cultural past of his hometown, he studied product design at the HBK – University of fine arts and Design in Saarbruecken. The first years after graduation, he worked as freelance designer for several studios and in 2005 he founded his own studio with the focus on furniture, lighting and interior design and since he works for outside companies such as Ligne Roset, Gubi, Skandiform and others.


havranek + lugonja

Filip Havranek and Kristina Lugonja are Zagreb-based Croatian product designers. After graduating from the School of Design in Zagreb, they began working together on interior design projects in 2012, and have since developed their own products in collaboration with local craftsmen. Their design of the dining table Stable and the table lamp Tap were awarded the Red Dot Honourable Mention 2015.


luka bassanese

Luka Bassanese graduated from industrial design and is currently a Master’s student of Industrial Design at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana. As a young designer, he received the Award for Special Design Achievements from the Academy.


kristine bjaadal

Kristine Bjaadal is an Oslo-based Norwegian designer whose work combines the functional with the sculptural, often imbuing even the most commonplace everyday objects with near-poetic beauty. Her practice is driven by the desire to turn daily routine into rituals that can be appreciated. Bjaadal explores the human inclination to collect memories and keepsakes, which has resulted in the creation of different kinds of containers. Containers are no longer limited to their practical function, but can even tell a story about keeping things that are dear to us.