We are intrinsically drawn to beauty and always on the lookout for original ideas.


We don’t tell our designers what to do; we listen to what they want to make and hope to realize their design dreams. The Moooi collection contains a range of work from emerging talent and internationally recognized designers. Together, we are intensely curious to explore our technical boundaries in search for that perfect design dream come to life on a new Moooi Carpet.

Seb Janiak

Seb Janiak, a French artist photographer and director of Polish origin, has an insatiable thirst for exploring anything that completes our understanding of reality, opens up new perspectives and creates meaning. From institutionalized phenomena to niche areas, Seb’s journey tends to explore all the continents of his mind that only a bruised body can visit. He is a conductor of an organic life that is reborn through his camera, cultivating the elements and breathing new life into them. Seb’s work is a journey into Pandora’s box where evils become words, grace, intelligence and beauty

Seb Janiak

Seb Janiak, a French artist photographer and director of Polish origin, has an insatiable thirst for exploring anything that completes our understanding of reality, opens up new perspectives and creates meaning. From institutionalized phenomena to niche areas, Seb’s journey tends to explore all the continents of his mind that only a bruised body can visit. He is a conductor of an organic life that is reborn through his camera, cultivating the elements and breathing new life into them. Seb’s work is a journey into Pandora’s box where evils become words, grace, intelligence and beauty

Studio Rens

Studio Rens (Renee Mennen and Stefanie van Keijsteren) is a research-based studio with a playful vision and a distinct approach to design. By exploring and shifting the boundaries of both colour and material, the duo develops amongst other interior objects, rugs, and tapestries. Design that meets the creativity of the renowned labels they collaborate with — or to enrich and expand their exclusive collection.

Ada Sokół

Ada Sokół is an unusual blend of an artist and a designer. Her works allow the viewers a glance into her extraordinary imagination and transport them to bizarre worlds she creates. Her unique visual language comprises sensual, photorealistic and delicate works. They evoke an ultrasensory experience that often takes place in futuristic settings or fantastic sceneries. Ada’s personal projects are always highly conceptual & show great attention to detail and her individual style. Her works often incorporate elements of nature, fairytale creatures and challenging perspectives. As an independent artist, Ada quickly made her way to be one of the leading 3 D artists. She lived in London & Paris, where her unique sense of style developed. She has been commissioned by top brands such as Nike, Apple, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Rimowa and Gentle Monster to create global campaigns, videos and multimedia installations. Her work is recognised by renowned art galleries and exhibited globally from Beijing, New York, Los Angeles, to London & Paris. What makes her creations special is easily recognised style and CONTACT aesthetic.

Joost van Bleiswijk

Joost van Bleiswijk is a prolific Dutch designer who gives great value to the process of making. He grew up in Delft, and studied at the Design Academy of Eindhoven, where he met his future partner, Kiki van Eijk.  His work references iconic designs such as grandfather clocks, high-backed chairs, chess sets, and cupboards; bringing these designs into a contemporary setting has marked Joost’s work throughout his career. A genuine fascination for the construction of the object - often revealed in the final outcome - is the starting point of his process. The workshop is where Joost engages with the experience of designing as an intensely physical act. The creative process unfolds in aquite instinctive and gestural way. Regardless of the scale, the handmade and human touch remains at the heart of his practice and reinforces an intuitive and emotional approach to contemporary design. From his early famous No Glue No Screw collection, to the latest Mechanic and Protopunk series, Joost has always used bold shapes and strong lines to create new daring designs, defying usefulness and striving for audacious creativity. His collaborations include brands like MOOOI, Bernhardt Design, ICE Carpets, Secondome and Ahrend. In recent years he has designed for collectors, companies and institutions such as The Rijksmuseum, Design Academy Eindhoven, Venice Projects, Zuiderzee Museum, Noord Brabants Museum. He has exhibited in private galleries and museums around the world.

Antonio Aricò

Antonio Aricò is an Italian artist, designer and creative director. After earning a double degree at Milan Polytechnic he obtained his master’s degree with a work based on the themes of Design & Tradition, combining the fields of art, craft and design. These theories merged with the poetic of contemporary culture, make up Aricò’s inter-disciplinary practice today. He is known as forerunner of a unique approach that parallels crafts and self-production with industrial design. With each new project he approaches design themes, preferring to focus on the romantic, fantastic and archetypical rather than just the functional. In this universe the coldness of industrialism is replaced by the poetry, fantasy and romance of our past, vividly brought to life in contemporary days.

Andrés Reisinger

Andrés Reisinger Creating at the intersection of art, design, and direction, Andrés Reisinger bridges the imagined and the tangible. Conceptual yet accessible, his immersive 3D visuals, otherworldly compositions, and experimental use of texture draws the realm of dreams close. Hailing from Buenos Aires and based in Barcelona, Reisinger applies over a decade’s worth of experience working with the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and Samsung to challenge the boundaries of diverse media. His progressive spatial experiences and hyped collectible pieces have earned him recognition in the Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe, ADC One Club Young Guns, and the AD100, among others.

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Hilde Koenders

Hilde Koenders is a spatial designer who shifts within fashion, environment and the arts. She plays with expectations and humor in her design and ideas. Since graduating in 2005 cum laude from the Design Academy Eindhoven she worked on projects with belgian fashion designer Walter van Beirendonck, trend analyst / forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort, Stijlinstituut Amsterdam and researches for View Magazine ‘Future of Making’. In recent years she has developed themes, concepts and designs for Modefabriek, a biannual fashion trade show in Amsterdam. Besides being a guest teacher at Artemis Academie, she now works on her own productions and client commissions from her studio in Amsterdam.

Celia Hadeler

Celia Hadeler Is a contemporary artist, based in The Netherlands. Her work consists of contradictions and contrast. Being of both Peruvian and German descent, Celia is a product of contrasting cultures that come together in her work. During her art studies at Willem de Kooning Academie in Rotterdam and Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, she has developed a great taste combining old and new techniques which she presents in her Folds.

Cristina Celestino

Innate freedom of observation, erudite, curious and playful. A great capacity for scientific and aesthetic investigation. Obsessed by material and geometry, she moves across history and traditions, altering the scale of objects, creating new conceptual and decorative canons, where nature speaks to us in unanimity. She intertwines a transdisciplinary approach with analytical rigor, leading to unexpected spaces, objects and experiences. Cristina Celestino (*1980, Pordenone) established her studio in Milan in 2013. After graduating in 2005 from the IUAV School of Architecture in Venice, she worked with various design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design. In 2011 she created her own design brand, Attico Design. The activities of Cristina Celestino and her studio range from residential, hospitality and commercial projects to creative direction and product desing.

Kiki van Eijk

Kiki grew up in Tegelen, a small city in the Netherlands where she spent her youth immersed in nature daydreaming and drawing. Her interest in product design developed at the Design Academy of Eindhoven where she met her future partner, designer Joost van Bleiswijk. Her wide range of work extends from furniture and lighting to textile, ceramic and glassware. Her independent sculptural work has been presented in museums, galleries and fairs worldwide, including Basel, London, Paris, Milan, Venice, New York, Tokyo, Rome, Moscow, and Holon. Her collaborations include brands as Hermès, Saint-Louis, 1882 Ltd, Bisazza, Häagen-Dazs, Serax, Google, Bernhardt Design or Nodus. In recent years she has worked with companies and institutions like Studio Edelkoort Paris, Design Academy Eindhoven, Venice Projects, Audax Textile Museum, Zuiderzee Museum, Noord Brabants Museum, Rijksmuseum and private collectors. Inspired by the smallest details of the everyday and by the forms of nature, Kiki continues to surprise and delight manufacturers and consumers alike. Kiki's world is whimsical and colorful, lyrical and personal, yet refined by a rigorous attention to the process and skillful craftsmanship

Jae Yong Kim

Jae Yong Kim loves donuts. Being an artist was his dream, and instead of eating them, he decided to use them as a canvas. In 2012, Kim put his first solo show of donuts on display. The exhibition “Lust for Donuts” was a concept he was working on since 2010. Most of his work used to contain little colours due to colour-blindness. He used these donuts as a basis for making colour tests and ended up feeling comfortable with the results. The overwhelming response helped him to overcome his fear of using colours and revolutionised his donuts. “Do Not Fear” is his message to the world. “Each donut is hard-thrown, hand-painted and then glazes – and no two are alike”. Kim sees his work as a visual language that delivers smiles in a time where life isn’t always easy. The more challenges he faces, the brighter and shinier his work tends to be. It gives him strength and joy while creating it. Besides creating donuts, Kim teaches ceramics at the Seoul National University of Science and Technology. Transforming a small ceramic design into a large 2D carpet is an interesting creative process. The interpretation of the design changes so finding the right designs was a fun challenge, with a very exciting outcome.

Atelier Reservé

Is an Amsterdam-based niche brand that has been creating one-of-a-kind garments since 2016. The two ‘Reserve Boys’ behind the brand, visual artist Alljan Moehamad & designer Deyrinio Fraenk, are focused on bringing old stock fabrics, used materials and vintage garments back to life. The brand’s focus is on redesigning and reinventing garments by using a combination of old and new blended fabrics, with uniquely designed Japanese and tattoo references. Not surprisingly, the brand’s design philosophy and aesthetics have led to admiration and representation around South-East Asia, with exclusive high-end retail partners in Hong Kong, Singapore, China and Japan. The brand’s love for using vintage Levi’s garments and fabrics has also resulted in a long-term collaboration with the global jeans brand. For Levi’s, Atelier Reservé created various limited edition capsule collections, upcycling and reconstructing existing Levi’s classics. With these collections, the two brands appeal to a next generation of consumers who are looking for sustainable and unique pieces with a story, and who are not limited by conventional norms, fashion rules or trends. For Atelier Reservé, each item is genderless by nature and can be worn fitted, oversized, inside out, or anyway the owner likes it. Without explicitly highlighting its sustainable and organic nature, Atelier Reservé gives an authentic touch to quality garments and embraces the aging process that naturally occurs as a result of day-to-day wear and tear. For Atelier Reservé, ‘one-of-a-kind’ means each garment has its own story with its own unique shape. All garments are made by hand, by a small team at a workshop in Amsterdam. That’s why colours, shapes and details vary. The consistency is in the love for handwork, quality materials and the free-spirited nature of the makers. Atelier Reservé follows its own nonconforming path and invites its wearers to do the same.


Moooi Art Direction is intrinsically drawn to beauty and always on the lookout for original ideas and talent. There are always great designers (established and new) who catch the spotlight. Some designers have this special Signature that is very appealing that make a beautiful collection of refined products of their own. We are always very curious how creativity of those designers would be translated in a carpet design.

And not all product designers can make a suitable design for a carpet, it is not as easy as you might think. The end result must be very close to the hearts of our designers and therefore a very good addition to our Moooi and Moooi Carpets collection


Get inspired by the latest designs from our ever growing curated group of designers and get access to limited edition carpets as a preferred customer.