Margherita Bacci

I am a young architect and graphic designer working in Florence with Studio 1 Architetti. I try my inspiration traveling around the world but especially from the history of my city: Florence. I love all kind of arts and architecture from art nouveau till old temples of all cultures.
I love panting and i design wallpapers supporting my projects of interior design for Studio 1... hope you will appreciate my works!

Tara Deacon

Tara Deacon is a South African Illustrator currently based in Berlin, Germany.
The intrigue and magic of nature, plants, overlooked everyday scenarios and found treatures and objects are themes she often explores. Her work evokes a sense of nostalgia, naivety and sensitivity, which are all done by hand in watercolor, gouache
and ink.


Willie Schlechter was born in Joubertina in 1982 and matriculated from the Lady Grey Arts Academy. He received a BA FA (fine art) degree in 2004, and an MPhil VA (illustration) degree in 2008 from the University of Stellenbosch. During his Masters studies he was introduced to botanical art by Vicky Thomas, and has since been working mainly within this genre.


Renee Rossouw’s Liquorice Range, a South African, Cape Town based architect and artist-designer. Her work focusses on colour, geometries and patterns, which she thinks are all inspired by the lego sets of the 1980s and a gigantic atlas her parents gave her for her 7th birthday called “It’s a big big world”. She is committed to exploring African identity and the development of the South African design Industry.


Fish Turquoise by Soil Design represents the combined skills of two sisters who have worked, laughed and played together long before either of them found their chosen career. Kara is a designer who has spent the past seven years honing her skills on some aspirational brands including The Foschini Group, SAB Miller and Cape Town Tourism, as well as many smaller boutique clients. Mieke is an illustrator with an eye for detail and a bewildering range of styles that has seen her employed by various agencies and private companies to bring her unique way of looking at the world to their brands. Over the course of their careers they have collaborated with amazing results. They share a love of simplicity and an aesthetic sense that comes from a lifetime of shared experiences; add to this a touch of sibling rivalry and a deep understanding of each other’s thoughts and ideas, and you have Soil Design.


The Room 13 Collection for Robin Sprong is inspired by a vast compilation of concepts and ideas collected over time. These have been lovingly tailored by our talented designers and art directors at Room 13 Design into the drawings, collages and graphics now featured in this one-of-a kind collection. The Collection consists of the following patterns: Kaleidoscope, Monty, Ophelia, Botanical, Miss Havisham, Deserted, Sanddollar, Indigo and Rain. The Room 13 Collection is made to order and can be made to suit any size specifications. Colour changes available on request at an extra cost


Textile and Surface Design was a natural evolution for Patricia Braune. Following on from a successful career as an Art Director and Graphic Designer spanning two decades, she combines her strong eye for composition with her passion for beautiful hand-illustration.
Her unique drawing style is the basis of her sophisticated and balanced wallpaper and textile designs she produces for bespoke interior design applications.


Our stunning Tropical Leaf collection was designed by none other than our Senior in-house designer, Franco Moz. These palm trees and banana leaves are one of our most sought-after ranges and are incredibly versatile – they can create a relaxed, cozy interior feel, or be used in different colors to turn a feature wall into an elegant masterpiece.


Viki is an international and South African based Textile designer with a career spanning 20 years. An artist and floral print specialist with a passion for all things floral, using hand-painted and hand-drawn artworks and imagery to create the final product. Inspired by beautiful colour, the romance and drama of old-master florals and the infinite beauty of flowers and lush foliage…


Donna Solovei is a little thing. But her work – illustration-based creations adapted to suit different mediums, is pretty big. Hers is a playful, intricate world bursting with life while remaining delicate in its expression. Donna’s most recent obsession has been the merging and melding of animals – an imaginative world of might be’s and could’ve beens where two become one. There is a certain kind of sensitivity to aesthetics in Donna’s work; she employs natural lines, influenced by the textures and shapes of the world around us, to depict her characters. Creating awareness in her own way, Donna’s love for animals is depicted in her drawings. Even as more animal species become endangered, Donna goes beyond the expected to create impossible new breeds on paper – Hycupines and Pythopards roam free in the jungles of this artist’s mind. Wide-eyed in wonder, she puts up on the walls, the things that don’t exist but that she pines to see come to life in the world.


Dieter loves animals especially following an African safari he and his wife went on. Growing up in the city of Dinslaken in the North Rhine-Westphalia area his parents were supportive of his interest in art and gave him a set of oil paints and an easel when he was ten years old.
Though he felt he was a bit too young, he did try his hand at painting, “At first (they were) quite amateurish, but in time my paintings became better. And eventually I realized that I wanted to do it professionally.” He studied communication design at Folkwangschule in Essen and after trying different forms of design he gravitated towards illustration, “During my studies, I accepted my first assignments as an illustrator for small agencies in the Ruhr area, and I thus financed my life in Essen.”
Today he works in Hamburg and sees himself as a classic applied illustrator though he has expanded into gallery work and as an author. Asked about the industry, “We are bombarded all day with photos, both with great, artistic, as well as with everyday mobile phone photos. It is perhaps easier nowadays to use the illustration to find their own special language.” His latest book Die Welt Der Wilden Tiere, is an illustrated book of wild life.


Sahar Hameiri (Tel Aviv, 1993), a visual communications student in Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem. An illustrator and graphic designer.


Anna Surie (1971) is a Dutch artist and art director. In her teenage years Anna lived in Gabon, West Africa, with her parents. The life in Africa and the luscious colours of the rain forest made a permanent impression on her. When her parents moved to Scotland and Oman, Anna went to boarding school in the Netherlands. In her early twenties she completed an education in fashion and textile arts. One of her teachers recognized her talents and advised Anna to continue her studies at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague. Anna graduated in 1996.


Bethan, winner of the Best British Design Award 2013/14 has an extraordinary background. Her family hails from an ancient Rajasthani clan that over centuries migrated across Arabia and Persia before settling in the Celtic heartland of Wales. It’s a journey and heritage that weaves a rich pattern of influences and inspirations, which draw on craft traditions of both East and West.


The Cookie Bros. are Graham and Doug van der Pas. A design collective with over 10 years experience working for world renowned design studios such as Marcel Wanders and UXUS Amsterdam among others. The Cookie Bros debut collection, including The Danny Boy chair, was launched at Saloné del Mobile 2013 in Milan. The response was tremendous, earning the Bros. recognition and hype from international designers and bloggers worldwide.


Daniel Rozensztroch is artistic director at Merci, where he selects and manages the image of the famed concept store, he is editorial advisor to leading French interior magazine Marie Claire Maison and designer and collector of objects.


He has written numerous books devoted to the art of living and household objects. Precursor of the lofts in France and passionate about objects for everyday use.


He does not think of himself as a collector, because a collector is able to devote his entire life to one type of object and does not budge. What interests him is the object in a general manner, through its function, its history, its origin and its simplicity. Almost it’s banality. The collection gives meaning to his research and it comforts him in his choice.


“Merci is a place created in March 2009 in the heart of the historic district of Haut-Marais, Paris. Bernard and Marie-France Cohen, founders of BONPOINT the children’s fashion label, realized that Paris lacked a place which would bring together the best of the world of fashion, of design, of household goods with welcome refreshment areas.
Merci is, moreover, very pleased to act as a developer or launch-pad to the young designers who, thanks to this sounding-board, can make themselves known to the many customers and international personalities who visit Merci.
Bernard and Marie France Cohen wanted to say MERCI to life, MERCI to the talents and to the designers who made this success possible. ”


Rick & Esther Vintage are the creative director and president of NLXL, they create unique wallpaper designs taking inspiration from industrial spaces and raw materials, ranging from concrete and brick to scrapwood and tin. Having picked up multiple design awards and been featured in the windows of Saks and Paul Smith store 5th Avenue for the Alexander McQueen fashion collection introduction, displayed in museums around the world and picked up multiple prestigious awards.


Nacho Carbonell graduated in 2003 at the Spanish university Cardenal Herrera C.E.U. and the 27 of January 2007 at the Design Academy Eindhoven, with the projects “Dream of sand” and “Pump it up”, and was honoured with Cum Laude. Once graduated he created collections such as Evolution in 2009, which won him nominations to the design of the year by the London Design Museum, and which marked his ongoing collaboration with Galleria Rossana Orlandi. In 2010, a year after being named Designer of the Future by DesignMiami fair organisers, This identity , which defines his actual style of organic forms and rough and colourful finishing textures, is bringing him into an international scene of private collections and museums, such as the Groningen Museum in The Netherlands, and the 2121 Museum in Japa


Neil Poulton (born 1963) is a Scottish product designer, based in Paris, France. He specialises in the design of ‘deceptively simple-looking mass-produced objects'`{`1`}` and has won numerous international design awards. Poulton is best known for his designs in the fields of technology and lighting design and is often associated with manufacturers LaCie, Artemide, Megalit and Atelier Sedap.


In 2007, the Centre Georges Pompidou museum in Paris acquired six Poulton-designed objects for its Permanent Contemporary Collection. In 2008, Time magazine included Poulton in ‘The Design 100 – The people and ideas behind today’s most influential design’.`{`2`}`


Piet Boon is world famous for the incredible sophistication in his designs. The robust yet elegant classic Piet Boon style combines natural materials with subdued colour palettes for an unrivaled look that is authentic in every way. His attention to detail and esthetics can be found in private homes, beach houses, retail stores, resorts, hotels, public spaces, the furniture label and numerous product designs all over the world.


Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek’s work embodies the concepts of transformation and reinvention. Spanning furniture design, architecture and fine art, Eek elevates discarded, quotidian and unorthodox materials into pieces that make a strong case for the design as art conversation.


Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel afre the designers of Studio Job. The collection reflects a retrospect of the history of Studio Job. They used archetypical drawings and these universal symbols are combined as iconographic elements for patterns and compositions, ultimately creating 6 designs: Industry, Labyrinth, Perished, Alt Deutsch, l’Afrique and Withered Flowers (Black and Color).


Thomas Eurlings (Leiden 1983) is both a product designer and an interior designer/stylist with an eye for context. ‘I like to approach an interior in a fashionable way. Color, material and a feeling of Zeitgeist are important, just like the wider context such as flooring, textiles and wallpaper. It makes a design more specific and gives it more individuality.’

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