Milo Baughman

Milo Baughman was one of the leaders of classical design. He didn’t begin a story about Modernism, but he continued it with dignity. He gave a new, fresh strength to this radical movement because he trusted his role models. The goal was to create something better, while his tireless energy reflected in numerous attempts. The …

Jasper Morrison

When we discuss the quality of an object, its practical side along with its usability and attractiveness are in focus. If it’s a piece of furniture, we often discuss whether it’s comfortable. The essence of a designer’s work hides in achieving balance. But, what happens when we add an atmosphere to this balance? British designer …

Oki Sato

Japanese designer Oki Sato went from architecture graduate at a top Tokyo university, to founding his design studio Nendo and being included in “the Top 100 Small Japanese Companies” in just five years. Another five years later, his infectious designs and personality had gained international traction and had him on multiple “Designer of the Year” …

David Chipperfield

Impostor syndrome is a phenomenon that occurs in people who doubt their own achievements. No matter how successful they are, for them it’s just luck. Among those people is one globally recognized architect, David Chipperfield. We easily find the answer to the question how much did he achieve. Along his full name, Sir David Alan …

Virgil Abloh

Virgil Abloh is the embodiment of a new generation of interdisciplinary designers occupying the throne of social media. He gives voice to his vision through his successful luxury streetwear brand, Off-White™, building his reputation on dada and pop-inspired irony and witticism. Since the rise of his brand, he has collaborated with graphic and fashion designers, …

Ernő Goldfinger

“There are good and bad architects. I’m a good architect.” The words Ernő Goldfinger used to describe himself speak volumes of his character, strong-willed and uncompromising. It therefore comes as no surprise that a degree of notoriety and controversy followed the Hungarian-born architect and designer throughout his lifetime, due in part to his work, but …

Florence Knoll

The name Knoll is associated with respectable American Company dealing with furniture manufacture. It’s logical since the company signs some of the epochal furniture pieces. But who started this anthology? Behind Hans Knoll, who developed the family business wisely, was a humble woman. Florence Knoll didn’t have self-confidence; she thought that pieces she designed couldn’t …