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Caroline Voet is an Antwerp (Belgium) based architect who crosses the borders between architecture, design, scenography and graphic expression with her artistic work. She works on a range of projects for museums and clients as the Flemish Architecture Institute VAi and the Arts Centre deSingel in Antwerp (B). Next to these public interiors she designs characteristic furniture, inspired by the poetry of movement and the essence of daily use. She mostly works with wood and metal details. Recently several of these tactile and sensual objects started having a life outside their original habitat, being appreciated for their timeless and pure style.
Lucie Koldova is a designer born in Czech Republic. After finishing her studies in Prague she moved to Paris in 2009 where she started to work for international clients. Lucie designs furniture pieces, glass sculptures and timeless lights, objects of desire, pure and charismatic. Her work stretches from daily products, over conceptual space, urban area to poetic gallery objects and limited series. She likes pushing proportions to the limits and combines glass with noble materials hand in hand with simplicity and elegance. She appreciates and celebrates traditional glass craftsmanship and pays great attention to details. Her work has been exposed all over the world and Lucie has been awarded as Czech Designer of the year and Elle Decoration Talent.
Dan Yeffet is a designer born in Israel. He studied at Bezalel Academy and graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld in Amsterdam in 2002. Dan created the JellyLab design office and platform in Amsterdam and in 2005 he moved the studio to Paris until this present day. The works of Dan can be found in various collections around the world such as the New Design Museum in Chicago, the Museum of Art's Visual Delight in Philadelphia, the Modam Museum in Luxembourg and the FNAC Foundation in Paris. When asked to define his work, Dan answers: “definitions are our limits; I would like to consider myself as an explorer and adventurer."
Patrick Séha, graduated in interior architecture and environmental design at La Cambre ENSAV, is a Belgian designer whose business is based in Brussels. He has a particular interest in noble and solid materials, with which he works in a contemporary and graphical way. Just like his coat rack Piano, Patrick wants all his projects to be also especially playful and practical. Meanwhile, this young creative designer is also active in a carpentry atelier in Brussels.
Frédéric lives and works in Liège (Belgium). After his studies of visual arts and cabinet making, he developed a sober and elegant style with minmalistic imprint. A true craftsman in direct contact with his material, he is always pushing the limits with his knowledge of the old artisan's skills based on the 18th-century Liège's furniture an ornamental styes, far from any extravagance, but reaching for a surprising poetry, elegant simplicity and timeless touch.