Álvaro Díaz Hernández is an interior and furniture designer based in Madrid, Spain.  His aim is to create functionality, durability and playful designs, creative direction and interior design proposals with an architectural inspired language.


Álvaro Díaz Hernández


Masafumi Ishikawa is a product designer from Japan, and he loves designing what happens between people and objects, services or the environment.

Masafumi Ishikawa



Ryota Yokozek is an industrial designer from Japan. After years of experience at SONY, Ryota established his own Ryota Yokozeki Studio in Tokyo in 2017.  In 2016, one of his symbolic works – Aizome Chair – was selected as part of a unique collection that is housed in the Vitra Design Museum in Germany.

Ryota Yokozek




David Lehmann (*1985, Wuppertal) studied Industrial Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and worked throughout his academic years as an assistant to the sculptor Tony Cragg in Wuppertal as well as for Marcel Wanders in Amsterdam, and nendo in Tokyo. In 2014, he founded his own studio in Munich where he lives and works. A key theme in his work is to “make the obvious unobvious by hiding it behind the obvious”, resulting in subtle outcomes that are nonetheless rich in detail and complexity.

David Lehmann



Velve – Ricardo and Anna founded Velce Movement Design in 2015 – a collection of pieces to celebrate and inspire more physical movement. The duos are dedicated to designing and curating pieces and experiences that promote more movement in our daily lives.

Ricardo and Anna

Hoa Nguyen is a product designer of Dimo Home – a construction and interior company in Vietnam.
Dino Home offers a wide range of products like chairs, tables, sofas, bed and  lamps in  solid wood, metal, rattan, and fabric.

Hoa Nguyen of DIMO Home