THOMAS LEERBERG


A good design can be the perfect frame for human life

Respect for humans, materials and heritage are the most important values for the well known Danish designer Thomas Leerberg.

Through his furniture design, he continues the tradition of Danish design with contemporary expression to fit modern life.

Through more than 300 projects in his own company since 1996, the Danish architect has worked with leading companies in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, The Netherlands, Turkey, USA, Malaysia, Estonia and Denmark.

Thomas Leerberg is born in Denmark and is an educated architect PhD from Denmark and Los Angeles, the USA.

He has won several prestigious awards for design and public spaces.
KADRI KADALIPP


Kadri Kadalipp is a young Estonian designer.

Since 2014 she has been a graphic designer in her own company OÜ Nutidisain

She has taken part in Estonian collective exhibitions and fairs: Design night, interior fair Interjöör, TKK (Tartu Higher Art School) Nooruse gallery. She has participated also at fairs and exhibitions abroad: Stockholm furniture fair, Helsinki Metropolia Applied Sciences, Tent London etc. Kadri has designed the wall rack Juss for Tarmeko.

Kadri finished Tartu Higher Art School, where she studies furniture design. She also continued her masters at the Estonian Art Academy, where she studied product design.


ELMET TREIER  


Though making furniture was just a profession, it grew into a unique and compelling passion for product design for designer Elmet Treier. Studying through developing innovative things and extensive independent work, Elmet creates exclusive and special products and accessories.

Elmet is devoted to the development of his contemporary design, ranging from furniture and parquet to fashion design. Elmet graduated industrial arts speciality. He gained work experience in the Netherlands and in Sweden by creating solutions for timber constructions.

At the moment Elmet is co-operating with one of the biggest furniture companies in Estonia named Tarmeko. Elmet is so multidisciplinary that it's sometimes hard to say if he is more a designer or inventor.

HENRIK SCHULZ




Henrik Schulz works as an architect and a designer. The studio is based in Gothenburg, Sweden. Henrik Schulz designs products for a variety of Scandinavian brands, such as Horreds, AteljéLyktan, Skandiform, Keystone and Sagaform. In addition to product design, the studio is involved in the exhibition and interior design as well as residential architecture projects.

To see his work, visit the web page http://henrikschulz.se/


MAIT RÄTSEP



For Mait the most important thing about design is that it has to be practical. While designing new products, it is very important to consider the specific aspects of the material. Each material has its benefits, use and its mood. Mostly he likes to work with wood, which offers a lot of options to design great things. For Tarmeko LPD Mait designed the wall rack Kuusk

Mait has been designing for about 10 years. In addition to furniture and product design, he also does graphic design.