Modern Interior Design Schemes


We all have our prefered pieces of lighting, detailed here are some of our favourites. Please use the links provided to read about these amazing people and their profiles & designs..


Arihiro Miyake, born in 1975 in Kobe, Japan, graduated from the industrial design department at the Kobe Design University in Japan. Upon graduating, he moved to Finland to continue his Masters degree in furniture and spatial design from the University of Art and Design, Helsinki. During his studies in Finland Arihiro workes for the designers Illka Suppanen and Yrio Wiherheimo. After he graduated, he started his career as an interior designer developing restaurant concepts for a Japanese company. In 2004 Arihiro Miyake established his own design studio, Studio Arihiro Miyake and today the studio works widely in the field of design, from interior and product design to research projects. Currently Arihiro also works as a teacher at the University of Art and Design, Helsinki and as an Interior Architect for Japan Finland Design Association.




boris klimek lighting lollipopBoris Klimek

Boris Klimek graduated in studies of Product and Conceptual Design on Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in Prague. During his studies he attended internships in England at Sheffield Hallam University, Slovakia / Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Bratislava and in product design studios in Prague led by
designers Michal Froněk and Jan Němeček, Olgoj Chorchoj. Boris has been awarded a number of awards for his product design. Currently he works in Prague, where he focuses on product and interior design. In his work he tries to find a certain conceptual overlaps, games and stories. He tries to make his products not only functional but mostly poetic, playful and able to stimulate the human imagination and emotions.








jochen holz lighting designJochen Holz

Jochen trained as a technical glass blower in Germany and completed a BA Hons in Applied Arts at Edinburgh College of Art and a MA in Ceramics and Glass at The Royal College of Art. Since graduating, he has worked as a freelance glassmaker. He was awarded the RSA Award in 2000, the Centre Prize at the RCA in 2003 and was shortlisted for the Bombay Sapphire Prize.
Lives and works in East London.