One Hundred Edition presents a unique selection of the 100 Top Product Designers, exclusive and contemporary personalities that stood out in this creative and artistic industry, the product design world. This is the FOURTH PART of the One Hundred Edition‘s finest selection of 100 Top Product Designers: take a look and discover more about ten art workers who designed and created some of the most iconic and imposing pieces in the world.
South Korean furniture designer Sang Hoon Kim finds inspiration for his creative and unique design works in architecture and creates furniture pieces that describe spaces, all while adding beauty to an environment.
He has worked across a wide range of disciplines, producing everything from furniture and household objects to bicycles and cars, private and commercial aircraft, yachts, various architectural commissions, and signature sculptural pieces for clients across the globe.
As one of the top product designers, his unique designs are in the permanent collections and exhibitions in institutions as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Inspired by childhood trips to the beach, Max Lamb sculpted some furniture pieces using a primitive sand-casting technique that involves pouring molten pewter into a hand-carved mold in the sand.
Universally recognized as “The Father of Art Furniture”, Wendell Castle was a top product designer with a jealous creative force and supreme career through 60 years. As a visionary who made furniture an art form, his artworks are displayed in the most famous contemporary art galleries in the world
Known for biomorphic furniture and sculptures, Philippe Hiquily was a French artist and top product designer. During his career, he was able to combine modernist design, insect physiognomy, and human sexuality, to create unique Surrealist artworks.
Pierre offers a vision of contemporary design that combines an echo of decorative arts or popular culture to minimalist lines: his creative works are symbols of a meeting between the past and the future.
Charles Kalpakian’s modern design has three roots: France, Lebanon, and the Street Art culture. These inspiring influences take shape through the reinterpretation of motifs from the decorative arts, sifted by a firm urban and contemporary culture.
The top product designer is recognized nowadays as the “3D Guy” through his revolutionary work in 3D printing unique design as well as creating and implementing forward-thinking solutions to maximize the growth of the 3D industry across a variety of businesses.
Her creations are the result of a combination of modern art and contemporary design: extreme care for details, painstaking search for the harmony of shapes, and poetic style characterize her product design projects.
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