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Louis Filosa

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Brooklyn, New York

Louis Filosa is an industrial design studio based in San Francisco that focuses on simplicity with a soul. Inspired by the blurring lines of gender and the rejection that minimalism has to be cold, Louis approaches design with a quest to create pieces that blend function with fun – products he feels are missing from the market.

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Muka Design Lab

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Bilbao, Spain

Muka Design Lab is an award-winning industrial design studio from the Basque region of Northern Spain. The designers are devotees of the Slow Design movement, specializing in sustainable, locally-sourced art designed to help people stay centered in a frenetic, overstimulated world. From sustainable furniture to unique home appliances to industrial design, Muka continually advances the idea that every great design begins with a story that gives life to each piece. They work with talented local artisans and craftsmen to turn those stories into everyday objects people love. Muka’s work has been featured in Architectural Design, Fast Company, Archi Expo, De zeen, Design Milk, El Pais, Diseño Interior and awarded at international design expos from Milan to Los Angeles.

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Ammunition

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San Francisco, California

Ammunition is a studio dedicated to putting design talent at the center of imagining, creating, and operating new product and service ventures. Founded in 2007 and based in San Francisco, California and Brooklyn, New York, the studio is led by partners Robert Brunner and Matt Rolandson. Ammunition places entrepreneurs in close contact with a forty-person team of designers with expertise in physical and digital product design, service design, brand identity, user experience, graphic design, and packaging. Winner of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Award for Product Design, the studio has been named one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Companies in Design” five times.

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Viviana Degrandi

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Milano, Italy

Hailing from Milan, the heart of Italian design, Viviana Degrandi has always felt a calling to make her creative ideas a reality. Growing up surrounded by classic architecture gave her a sense of responsibility to approach her work with a careful, studied hand. Inspired by 1950s design from Jean Prouve to Charles Eames, Viviana’s work tends to combine classic forms with a modern sensibility. Since childhood, Viviana has felt a strong connection to nature – spending her free time studying earth sciences and behaviorism. Throughout her work the goal has remained the same: innovate without compromising the spirit of the material. Passionate about protecting our world, Viviana has dedicated herself to designing homewares to create well-designed, responsible pieces for everyday life.

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Chris Granneberg

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Long Beach, California

Chris Granneberg found design when he needed it the most. After an arduous adolescence spent winding darker paths, he took a promising right turn when he remembered his long lost love for the arts. Dabbling in graphic design, Chris developed a portfolio that landed him at Pratt with a roommate who introduced him to Industrial Design. Post graduation, Chris joined Karim Rashid's studio in NYC where he went from unpaid intern to Studio Director in just four years. In 2016, after a decade of the NYC grind, Chris set off for Los Angeles to start a family and launch his own studio, soon becoming an early Gantri collaborator. Always approaching design with optimism, he chooses to create the joy he lacked within his darkest days. Chris believes it is his duty as a designer to deliver joyful experiences in everyday products and refuses to settle for the mundane. Life is simply too short.

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Heitor Lobo Campos

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Brasília, Brazil

Heitor is a product designer from Brasília. He has worked on a variety of projects—bikes, watches, washing machines, lights, and more—and his designs often reflect a sense of whimsy or and joy. He is a believer in beauty. “I try to make product as pretty as it is functional,” he says. “Of course, we should try to make things as functional as possible, but that's no excuse for a bland design.”

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noun studio

San Francisco, CA, California

noun studio is an industrial design studio based out of San Francisco founded by Elvin Chu. Chu created noun studio as an outlet for creative experimentation outside of his day-to-day work. Driven by curiosity of the ordinary and timeless details, noun studio strives to evoke emotional connections among people, objects, and their environments through meaningful design.

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Filippo Mambretti

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Chiasso, Switzerland

Raised at the foot of the Italian Alps, where the tradition of woodworking is rich and vast, Filippo Mambretti was born into a family of furniture makers spanning generations. While he eventually received a masters in furniture design from the Polytechnic University of Milan, he first discovered his love for design during a chance encounter with iconic Italian artist, Bruno Munari, on a high school field trip. Since then, he has evolved his passions by founding Mambrò Design Studio and working with Italian manufacturers to rediscover and reinterpret design traditions for contemporary living. Filippo believes that that design is a mirror of society's desires and by choosing to create contemporary pieces, he can anticipate the needs of the future. While he appreciates and learns from the classics, Filippo chooses revision and revival to deliver aesthetic and functional products for a new age. Echoing his first collaboration with Gantri, Fillippo’s work continues to embody modern design through a careful mix of storytelling, technology, and emotion.

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Kickie Chudikova

Brooklyn, New York

Kickie Chudikova was born into color. Raised in Slovakia, she grew up in an old modernist house built by a renowned 1930s architect. Each wall was a different saturated hue left behind by the previous tenant – a painter. In the 1970s, her parents embraced the color, adding complimentary bright furnishings like red floral carpets, orange pendant lights and green kitchen cabinets. Today, Kickie says color is her comfort zone in life and work – it's easy to see why. From furniture and jewelry to glassware and lighting, Kickie approaches design with a focus on the emotional triggers behind color and form. With an emphasis on creating objects that spark joy, Kickie embraces sculptural, organic shapes that speak to our bodies and minds as humans. In Kickie’s world, design and optimism must go hand in hand.

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Smart Design

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New York, New York

Smart Design is a strategic design company that helps people live better and work smarter. We launch innovation platforms, redefine customer journeys, and create entirely new revenue streams. No matter how technology evolves, our fundamental goal remains the same: make experiences more intuitive, enjoyable, and relevant.

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Reach

San Francisco, California

Reach is a new lighting concept that strives to create organic, human-centric lighting designs that elevate our daily at-home experiences. The brand was established by Gantri on a fundamentally new premise - that our home is our way of life. It's our refuge, our workspace and our living space. We believe that lighting can not only transform our home, but also the lives we live inside it. Reach lights are designed for the full range of experiences at home: work, play, rest, think, create and connect. We concentrate on crafting beautiful, elegant designs that will imbue a calm, mindful environment to support your wellbeing. You’ll sense the difference right away in your space, your mood and your focus. You'll feel more uplifted and at ease. This is the Reach difference, creating lights that live with you and feel like home.

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Silvia Ceñal

San Sebastián, Spain

Silvia Ceñal has always approached her design work led by a fascination with “life materials.” Surrounded by nature for most of her life, Silvia is drawn to natural textures like wood and fabrics. Collaborating with Gantri and our plant-based materials was a logical next step. Inspired by the comfort of earth’s greatest gifts, Silvia’s work reflects the places she has been from the sea to the forest. Since she was a child, Silvia has held a voracious curiosity for colors and their ability to inspire optimism. As a little girl, she once marveled at a collection of hairpins in a store window and wondered how their beautiful colors were chosen. It was then she decided she wanted a chance to choose her own colors and channel her sunny disposition into design. Since then, Silvia has established her studio in the seaside town of San Sebastián – designing furniture, lighting and accessories with a decidedly fun disposition.