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

Nikodem Szpunar

Nikodem Szpunar (Warsaw, Poland) – designer, graduate of Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, studied also at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin. He designs furniture and interior design items for both industrial and short-series production. In addition to cooperation with the industry, he creates paintings made with his own technique. He was awarded in Good Design (polish award), International Furniture Design Award in Asahikawa (Japan), Make me! and Must Have. He received the title of Designer of the Year 2019 from Arena Design and Designer of the Year 2021 from the Polish Institute of Industrial Design. You could see his design at international fairs, exhibitions, and industry events from Berlin, Milan and London to New York, Hong Kong and Japan. He has been exhibiting his paintings since 2022. At that time, they appeared at the exhibitions in Poland, during the Łódź Design Festival, Targi Rzeczy Ładnych (Beautyful Things Fair) and in the Michał Torzecki Studio and City Gallery BWA in Bydgoszcz. Since 2023 he collaborate with Galerie Sept from Brussels.

Umut Yamac

Studio Umut Yamac is a design studio characterised by a multidisciplinary approach; exploring the middle ground between architecture and light. Umut graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2009 and established his design studio in 2011 to focus on creating objects, lighting and installations that are responsive to both the user and the space through storytelling, playful interaction and movement. Often taking inspiration from nature, conceptual ideas are tested through a hands-on process of making and exploration, where the workshop plays a central role in the development and realization of each project.

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


Alf began painting at the age of three and quickly showed unusual talent, creating abstract patterns that come purely from his imagination. Alf’s work carries a meditative feel through details, lines, and shapes. His art reminds people of the freedom of Basquiat, Appel, Kline, Miró, Haring, and Kandinsky, yet having its unique recognisable style. Reflecting the way Alf sees the world. “I sometimes wish that the whole world was made out of lines only,” Alf says. Alf’s art has been so popular that it’s graced the cover of Monument magazine, he gave drawing workshops at WeTransfer and the Art Academy of Maastricht, and he created a 6-meter large mural for the Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam head office, touching global art enthusiasts. Based in Amsterdam, Alf sells his work through Instagram as far away as Paris and New York.

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.

Sjoerd Vroonland

Sjoerd Vroonland is a master of revised crafts and a remarkable furniture designer. Best known for his “extension chair” that became an instant icon of the Dutch Design label MOOOI. As a designer he is always thinking on two fronts: sincere construction and sensorial experience. Using form language to show simply how a piece is made. While at the same time engaging all the senses by applying generous loving attention to detail in shape, material and touch. 

Rive Roshan

Rive Roshan Is an experimental design studio with a holistic vision and approach towards design. They bridge the gap between graphic, interior and product design disciplines and blur the lines between design and art. Rive Roshan is run by Dutch designer Ruben de la Rive Box and Iranian-Australian designer Golnar Roshan. The studio explores innovative use of materials to design tactile, flexible and engaging products for a progressive generation.  

Claire Vos

Claire Vos Claire Vos started her studies in Industrial Design at Eindhoven's "Design Academy" in 1984. She worked as a trainee at Studio Benno Premsela in Amsterdam and Creation Baumann in Switzerland and studied her craft in Italy and Indonesia before graduating in 1990 together with her partner, furniture designer Roderick Vos. In 1999 Claire & Roderick Vos officially started their design office ‘Studio Roderick Vos’, based in Heusden Vesting, the Netherlands. They design lighting, textile, accessories and furniture for international design brands.

Ferry Schiffelers

Ferry Schiffelers founded his eponymous womenswear label at the age of 25. In 2018, Schiffelers graduated Cum Laude from the design department at AMFI (Amsterdam Fashion Institute). His graduation collection ‘Défilé de Deuil’ ensured that he won the Lichting prize and was named the most promising graduate of 2018. In September 2019, Schiffelers presented his first independent collection ‘Ladies Who Lunch’ during AFW (Amsterdam Fashion Week). Prior to AMFI, he followed the 4-year Fashion / Bespoke tailoring course to develop himself in the field of tailoring and techniques. Schiffelers has successfully completed internships in the couture atelier of Viktor & Rolf and Antwerp designer Tim van Steenbergen. His work is being published in Vogue, ELLE and Mirror Mirror magazine.

Mae Engelgeer

Mae Engelgeer Mae Engelgeer’s work embraces subtle colour palettes, patterns and linear elements. Complex compositions merge with perfection to establish harmony. Creative explorations into the contrasting of materials and textures result in works that luxurious in their tactility and dimensionality.

Megan Grehl

Megan Grehl  Founded in 2014 in Brooklyn, Megan Grehl is known for sculptural gestures, simple silhouettes and layered textures that instill a sense of harmony. The interior design and architecture team work internationally on high-end residential and commercial projects.

Visser & Meijwaard

Visser & Meijwaard is a designstudio focused on product- and scenographic exhibition design based in Arnhem, The Netherlands. The studio is run by Dutch designers Vera Meijwaard and Steven Visser who met at ArtEZ University of the Arts. As a design duo they create distinct but minimalistic products from an aesthetic world of material, colour and shape. Their working method is associative. By playing with materiality, context and scale and with a fascination for ‘form follows function’, Visser & Meijwaard researches new applications for the hidden aesthetics found in everyday products.  Their wide range of work extends from furniture and lighting to textile, ceramic and glassware. Visser & Meijwaard collaborate, among others, with brands as Hermès , Linteloo and Pulpo Products. Their work has been presented in museums, galleries and fairs worldwide, including London, Paris, Milan, New York, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Barcelona, Cologne and Copenhagen.

Marcel Wanders

Marcel Wanders is a leading product and interior designer. With his design studio he was responsible for over 1,900+ iconic product and interior design experiences all around the globe for private clients and premium brands such as Alessi, Amsterdam Airport, Audi, Baccarat, Bisazza, Christofle, Kase Corporation/ Decorte, Flos, KLM, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, LH&E Group, Louis Vuitton, Miramar Group, Morgans Hotel Group among scores of others. Marcel Wanders’ 30 years of design are celebrated in some of the most renowned art and design museums, including Centre Pompidou FR; Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, US; Metropolitan Museum of Art, US; Museum of Arts and Design, New York, US; Museum of Modern Art, US; Pinakotheke der Moderne, Munich, DE; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, NL; Oita Prefectural Art Museum, JP among others. Regarded by many as an anomaly in the design world, Marcel Wanders has made his mission to “create an environment of love, live with passion and make our most exciting dreams come true.” The work excites, provokes, and polarises, but never fails to surprise for its ingenuity, daring and singular quest to uplift the human spirit, and entertain. Marcel Wanders’ chief concern is to bring the human touch back to design, ushering in a ‘new age of design’, in which designer, craftsperson and user are reunited. In this process, Marcel Wanders defies design dogma, preferring instead to focus on holistic solutions rather than the technocratic. In this universe, the coldness of industrialism is replaced instead by the poetry, fantasy and romance of different ages, vividly brought to life in the contemporary moment.

Elena Salmistraro

Product designer and artist, born in the 1983, Elena Salmistraro lives and works in Milan. Graduated from Polytechnic University of Milan in 2008, together with her husband, the architect Angelo Stoli she founded her own studio in 2009, where she has been working on architectural and design projects ever since. She works as a product designer and artist/illustrator for leading companies in the creative industry. Her creations are the result of a combination of art and design; utmost care for details, painstaking search for the harmony of shapes and poetic style characterize her projects. One of her work’s priorities is the search for the expressive language of objects, which may fascinate people by evoking emotions.  

Valerio Sommella

Valerio Sommella is an Industrial designer, born in Tuscany in 1980. He graduated cum laude at the Politecnico of Milan in 2004, and began his design career with Stefano Giovannoni. After working for Marcel Wanders’ team in Amsterdam, he moved back to Italy and in 2009 founded Valerio Sommella Design Studio in Milan. He has collaborated with a wide range of companies, focusing on everyday objects, furniture, lighting and accessories, with the same attention for small scale productions as well as mass market. Valerio thinks of every project as an opportunity to challenge his idea of design, a constant dialogue between context, users, materials, technologies and beauty. The resulting objects are not chapters of the same book, but short stories, each one with its own plot, carachters and finale.

Ruben de Haas

Ruben de Haas (1988) is an upcoming artist and designer from Amsterdam. He loves colors and his life is filled with it. He is interested in investigating the possibilities of different materials and techniques whilst staying playful and intuitive. Driven by curiosity and a desire for new experiences he gained a broad perspective while living and working in Australia, New Zealand, Bali, Cambodia, Mexico, Spain and The Netherlands. Both his parents went to art schools. So as soon as he could hold a brush, he was encouraged and supported to create. As a teenager Ruben was a high-level circus performer, at age 17 he hosted his own radio show and after highschool he set off to explore the globe. He joined creative studios, went on world-tour with Evermore to film for a documentary, opened a gallery, worked as a creative designer and published a book. In 2020 he decided to become a full time artist. His first project ‘How Much Ink Does A Marker Contain?’ was born and set the stage. His trademark is mono-colored artworks but his wide-ranging practice continues to grow. Ruben wishes to spread the message that we can all learn the art of growing older without losing the sense of what we truly love and doing more of it. Ruben is now storming the global art scene. His works are bought by collectors in New York, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Australia & The Netherlands. In 2022 he was nominated for the ‘Koninklijke Prijs voor de Vrije Schilderkunst’ (Royal Dutch Art Prize) – an achievement that brings him closer to his big goal: to have a show at MoMa (New York City) in 2030.

Emma Larsson

Emma Larsson (a.k.a. @zebrakadebra) is a Stockholm-based artist and illustrator. Her work strikes the balance between colourful dreamscape and inarticulable melancholy. Emma has evolved her practice to include expressive and organic watercolors, alongside paintings created with oil and acrylic. She describes her work as an ongoing exploration without rules and conventions, continually generating new forms, patterns and themes. Emma has collaborated with brands and agencies including Rachel Comey, Show Studio, and Winsor & Newton. Emma Larsson was born in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1977. Since her teenage years, Emma has had her own art studio. Even though she studied art, she didn’t get a higher art education because she started to have a big family. She considers herself self-taught. Now that her children are getting older, her full-time commitment is to her Art. Also renowned on Instagram as @zebrakadebra, she has an impressive following of over 160K followers from all over the world. Larsson’s watercolors, paintings, collages and sculptures are in constant flow. She describes her creative process as the synergy between the artist, the material and an unknown presence, that she calls “force”. She is not analytical. Emma’s paintings are purely intuitive, they source from pleasure and freedom. She starts with a blank paper and follows the flow. In her spare time, she walks in the virgin forests surrounding the city she lives in, Stockholm. She finds most of her inspiration in nature’s shapes, colours and patterns, leading to abstract and moving forms in her paintings. Emma Larsson’s work has been exhibited in Sweden, Denmark, UK, and now the USA. She has done numerous collaborations in different mediums with high-profiled brands such as H&M/COS, SOHO House London, Rahel Comey, Artpieces, ShowStudio (Nick Night and Bex Cassie), Martimore House London, Anamika Khanna and more. Larsson and her artworks have also been featured in Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, WeTransfer/WePresent, Woman’s Health Magazine USA, REVS Magazine, Chor Data Magazine USA and more. “I’m a tireless explorer. If I become too comfortable and feel I know too much of a subject, I get bored. What I am constantly seeking for needs to be unknown to me. Creating my art is about playing and exploring freely. If I am asked to describe my work, I can only come up with words such as: liquid, energy, shapes, rhythms, playful, nature’s wonders, curiosity, contemplation, poetry, freedom, meaning, longing, intuition.”

Tricia Guild

Tricia Guild O.B.E is the creative force of Designers Guild and has been at the forefront of interior design since starting the company in the early 70’s. Internationally renowned for her passion for colour, pattern and texture as well as her signature lifestyle brand and books,Tricia Guild has been setting the pace with her dynamic and innovative collections, instantly recognisable for her unique and contemporary style. Source of Inspiration Found every day; from nature, traveling, the arts - opera, ballet, theatre - from an Indian sari fragment to architecture.

Barbara Broekman

Barbara Broekman (Amsterdam, 1955) creates monumental artworks based on textile patterns and techniques. In her work she examines the relation between art, textiles and universal human themes such as love, loss, repression and conflict. Her work places the personal experience in a larger context. Dazzling compositions zoom in and out on life, from micro level to the entire universe. Her work is always related to the world around her, in subject as well as working methods, and transcends the boundaries between autonomous and applied art. Time consuming processes as well as a close collaboration with clients and specialised craftsmen are an essential part of her work. Broekman was trained in textile art at the Rietveld Academy and the California College of Arts, Berkeley, USA. Her work has been collected by the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Amsterdam Museum, the Textile Museum in Tilburg and the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in New York.

Bertjan Pot

Bertjan Pot is a designer, probably best known for his Random Light (1999).The light started as a material experiment, which is basically the start of each product created by Studio Bertjan Pot.The outcome is usually an interior product showing a fascination for techniques, structures, patterns and colours. Most experiments start quite impulsively, triggered by a certain curiosity for how things would function or how something would look. From there Bertjan takes on challenges with manufacturers to explore possibilities, pushing boundaries bit by bit.The reward for each challenge is a new one. Studio Bertjan Pot works with manufacturers such as Arco, Established & Sons, Feld, Gelderland, Montis, Moooi and Richard Lampert.

Ingimar Einarsson

Ingimar Einarsson is based in Reykjavik, with a practice focused on multimedia and photography. Notable work includes The Capital Series 2011-2016; a photography collage series made from architecture from 52 capitals in Europe. His works are held in collections including London, Helsinki, and New York.

Neal Peterson

Neal Peterson is an American artist based in Minneapolis whose work is influenced by his travels around the globe. In 2016, Peterson began creating large-scale collages of cities composed of original  street photography. Combining iconic architecture, natural elements, graffiti and more, his Urban Mandalas capture the blossoming, fractal nature of cities. With Buddhist art as inspiration, these kaleidoscopic microcosms represent the oneness and connectivity of a city and its people. Each design is unique in its details, but the form remains the same throughout the series, illustrating our commonalities and collective humanity.

Broersen & Lukács

Persijn Broersen and Margit Lukacs are artists based in Paris and Amsterdam. They produce a myriad of works- including architecture, wallpapers, murals, fashion, video, animation and graphics- that reflect on the ornamental nature of a society dictated by virtual media, for we tend to experience the world around us substantially via the boundless, timeless and flattened universe of our screens. These are exactly the same characteristics that define ornaments and their repetitive, hypnotic and delusional motives. These considerations resulted in series of works and designs that demonstrate how reality, (mass) media and fiction are strongly intertwined in contemporary culture. Their work is showcased in film festivals, museums, galleries and broadcasted on TV worldwide. Recent commissions include a mural for the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and an architectural intervention at the metro-station Noorderpark in Amsterdam. Their work has been shown in (amongst others) GEM, The Hague, Centre Pompidou, Paris, World Expo Shanghai, International Film Festival Rotterdam and Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin. Recently they participated in the Sydney Biennale (Au).

Luca Nichetto

In 2006 Luca Nichetto founded his multidisciplinary design studio in Venice, specialized in industrial design, product design and design consultancy. In 2011, Nichetto opened a second studio in Stockholm, in response to an ever growing number of requests for collaboration from international companies. 

Neri & Hu

Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu are the Founding Partners of Neri&Hu Design and Research Office, a design practice that embodies architecture, master planning, interior design, product design and graphic design based in Shanghai, China. In 2010 it won the AR Awards for Emerging Architecture by Architectural Review (UK) and was selected as one of the ten firms for Design Vanguard 2009 by Architectural Record (USA). Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu also founded Design Republic, a design platform which promotes and retails a unique collection of products created by the world’s best design talents.Aside from Architecture and Interiors, Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu are actively working on a number of industrial design products for various European brands, including Moooi, BD Barcelona Design and Meritalia. At the same time, they are developing their own product line under the moniker brand ‘neri&hu’, which was honored to receive the Perspective Awards, the Red Dot Award and I.D. magazine’s Annual Design Review Awards.

Edward van Vliet

After his graduation from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 1989 – Edward belongs to the famous generation of Dutch designers who have been causing international sensation for many years now - in 1991 he started designing patterns and product.With his own design Studio Edward van Vliet now works on various projects in the areas of product, textile and interior design for both national and international clients. He focuses primarily on the hospitality industry, offices, private homes and public spaces. Edward van Vliet translates his vision, creativity and years of experience into unique (interior) concepts in which he combines three-dimensional lighting and furniture designs with two-dimensional patterns, prints and graphics featuring layering, textiles and colours. Edward makes his designs powerful and surprising by applying contrasting materials and different patterns. Edward’s designs are easily recognizable by a mix of influences from traditional Western design, high-tech elements and natural materials finished off with the latest production techniques.


Note is a Stockholm based multi disciplinary design studio, founded in 2008. They collaborate intensely with passion, to share their insights with the world. Creativity is about searching for what is missing, to constantly realign thoughts and expressions, to find that moment of insight when everything clicks. 

Kit Miles

Kit Miles is the eponymous luxury interior surface design studio founded in 2011 by British textile designer, Kit Miles. Renowned for dynamic use of colour and lavishly drawn imagery, the studio weaves together a world of rich and often surprising  juxtapositions, rendering unique imagination into reality. After completing his MA in textile design at the Royal College of Art, Kit Miles formed his own studio, steeped in the values of quality, exquisite draughtsmanship and a futuristic, often surprising use of scale colour and imagery. The studio quickly gained international press attention from the likes of World of Interiors, the Financial Times and AD, all hailing Miles’ aptitude for designing striking and original fabrics and wallpapers as ‘vivid’ and ‘ground-breaking’. The studio is regularly invited by leading architects and interior designers the world over to bring Miles’s unique skill across projects both large and small. The studio’s breadth and skill in executing fine product is continually developing, highlighting a restless drive towards the exploration of what print design is now and what it could be next.


Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren are the members of the Swedish design group Front.Their works are based on common discussions, explorations and experiments. The two designers are involved in the projects from the initial concept to the final product. Front’s design objects often communicate a story to the observer about the design process, the material it is made of or about conventions within the design field. In their work they have assigned part of the design creation to animals, computers or machines. They have made a constantly changing interior, created objects with explosions, robotic furniture and a range of furniture inspired by their fascination with magic.Sofia Lagerkvist and Anna Lindgren are the members of the Swedish design group Front.Their works are based on common discussions, explorations and experiments. The two designers are involved in the projects from the initial concept to the final product. Front’s design objects often communicate a story to the observer about the design process, the material it is made of or about conventions within the design field. In their work they have assigned part of the design creation to animals, computers or machines. They have made a constantly changing interior, created objects with explosions, robotic furniture and a range of furniture inspired by their fascination with magic.


Dadara got known in the early nineties when he designed numerous album covers and flyers for the then upcoming house scene in the early nineties. This, as well as projects as the crying baby speakers and the Greyman statue of No Liberty marked the start of an impressive career as a painter, installation and performance artist, designer, and cartoonist. His focus shifted this Millenium increasingly to extravagant interactive installations in public space, such as starting his own bank and creating a religion based on social media, many of which were built at the legendary Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert. His work is a kind of tweaked mirror which looks at our society. A full-colored Black Mirror, but one that has a Rainbow at the end of the tunnel. With his current series of Mandalas he created meticulously crafted round spinning paintings with lots of detail providing a meditative focus in a world which seemingly spins out of control.

Ross Lovegrove

Ross Lovegrove is a designer and visionary who’s work is considered to be at the very apex of stimulating a profound change in the physicality of our three dimensional world. Inspired by the logic and beauty of nature his designs possess a trinity between technology, materials science and intelligent organic form, creating what many industrial leaders see as the new aesthetic expression for the 21st Century. A deeply human and resourceful approach is always embedded in his designs, which project an optimism and innovative vitality on everything he touches, from cameras to cars to trains, aviation and architecture.Winner of numerous international awards his work has been extensively published and exhibited internationally, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Guggenheim Museum NY, Axis Centre Japan, Pompidou Centre, Paris and the Design Museum in London, where in 1993 he curated the first Permanent Collection.

Klaus Haapaniemi

Klaus Haapaniemi (1970 Helsinki, Finland) is an internationally acclaimed artist and designer Living and working in London, UK. His work combines traditional folk art inspired by aesthetics, modern form and colour palette. Haapaniemi’s design approach is influenced by nature, Finnish folklore, fantasy and decorative arts. He has collaborated with a wide range of design houses creating events, department store campaigns, fashion collections and interior design. Haapaniemi has published three illustrated books and has held several exhibitions of his art and design. Klaus Haapaniemi launched his own textile and design company in 2010.


"The people working for Moooi are the largest asset of the company - Casper Vissers." Moooi Works Moooi Works is a team of talented product development professionals within Moooi. For more than 10 years they have designed and developed unique products currently part of the Moooi collection. With more than 10 years of expertise Moooi works doesn’t stop researching and innovating to give birth unique objects of beauty. Moooi works continues building and growing Moooi’s potential with their winning team of talented people.

David & Nicolas

David/Nicolas is a Beirut based design studio co-founded in 2011 by David Raffoul and Nicolas Moussallem. Two designers whose experiences, both locally and from abroad, filter into their work enriching the content and ultimately the aesthetics. The philosophy of the studio is born from teamwork, which by definition implies working together, but it is often the different approaches, and diverging opinions that give the spaces and objects they work on their character, story and unique personalities. Their work revolves around an idea: to try and create timeless pieces, they could be defined as retro-futuristic because of the way they joggle with different periods of design and mix them up, thus creating pieces that do not follow a certain “trend” but rather express a character which usually reflects the feeling they get when working on a specific product. They have been selected as part of the 3 breakout stars of the Milan design week 2014 by the New York Times after Exhibiting with Nilufar Gallery and The Wallpaper* Handmade Exhibition, and their tableware set “Orquestra” for Vista Alegre was awarded both the “Wallpaper* Award” and the “Red Dot Design Award” in 2015. They are part of the POWER 200 in the “20 designers under 40” list made by Wallpaper Magazine.

Marian Bantjes

Marian Bantjes is an internationally known graphic artist who lives and works on an island off the West coast of Canada, near Vancouver. Her work, which takes many forms, is a manifestation of obsession, beauty, complexity and surprise. She works using a variety of media, from drawing and painting, to digital graphics, to arrangements of objects. Her work often incorporates words, but not always, and often incorporates patterns, but not always. An extensive monograph of her work,‘Pretty Pictures’ was published byThames & Hudson in the fall of 2013, to critical acclaim, and was included by Bookforum as one of the 20 best art books in the past 20 years. Her 2010 book ‘I Wonder’ (published by Thames & Hudson, 2010) is an exploration of the marriage of word and image, written and illuminated throughout: alternately mysterious, thoughtful, personal and funny. Along with several other pieces or her work, it is included in the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (Smithsonian) in New York. Much of Marian’s work has been published in books and magazines around the world.

Christian Lacroix Maison

Since the launch of the Couture House in 1987, the Christian Lacroix style has been unique, exuberant, colorful and baroque. Today, Christian Lacroix Maison expresses its dynamism and love for color via its lifestyle, fashion accessory and menswear collections designed by the brand’s Creative Director, Sacha Walckhoff and made in collaboration with several prestigious labels. Combining the excellence of Christian Lacroix with exceptional savoir-faire, the Studio’s talent is conveyed through the realization of these varied and unique lifestyle collections.

Kustaa Saksi

Kustaa Saksi is a Finnish contemporary artist and designer (b. 1975) specialising in graphic storytelling through pattern design, textile art and installation. He lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Ideas of nature seen from the abstracted edge of perception pervade all of Saksi’s work. He builds fantastical worlds of playful, paradoxical and troubling yet inviting shapes and environments pulled out of the ordinary. Combining organic qualities with uniquely detailed textures with rich colour palettes and experimental material use, Saksi is interested in developing contemporary spaces, objects and atmospheres. Saksi’s artworks have been exhibited at galleries and museums in New York, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Singapore, Berlin, Madrid, Milan and Tokyo. Saksi has produced commissioned artworks for companies such as Nike, Issey Miyake, Salvatore Ferragamo, Lacoste, LVMH and Marimekko.

Sonya Pletes

Sonya Pletes is an award winning Australian Photographic Artist and Designer. Her poetic, ethereal, otherworldly imagery is inspired by her background in and her love for Fashion, Design, Opera, Fabrics, Fantasy in addition to her relentless quest for Beauty.‘I love to dream, I love to explore elements of the feminine, of sensuality, of texture, colour, emotion and psychology within my work. I love to communicate a story and a feeling.’ Sonya creates her personal imagery for exhibitions, and works commercially for a selected group of international clients, conceptually designing and creating exceptional imagery. She also creates for her own designer collection, shown in international galleries and department stores. Over the last 15 years she has refined a unique style that has made her a favourite of international publishing houses based in Sydney, London and Hamburg, Milan and Stockholm. Notably, her most recent Design and Photography works appear in the International Best Selling German Edition of the book series ‘Twilight’ by Stephenie Meyer.

Noortje van Eekelen

As driven and passionate designer and researcher, Noortje van Eekelen is active in various capacities within the international artistic field. She is responsible for the preparation to the realisation of a multitude of on both commissioned and self-initiated projects. Noortje van Eekelen aims to develop design projects with a social character, in order to inform society and raise critical awareness about contemporary issues. She strongly guards the quality of the design process. In the realisation of her work a method is used which seeks to implement research in the design and the associated expressions. In addition, the projects are approached from a critical theory based method. This kind of design uses design fiction and speculative design proposals to challenge assumptions, and conceptions about current developments. Noortje van Eekelen encourages collaborations, in which professionals from many different fields of knowledge are involved. Supported by a team of experts, she has been operating her design practice since 2009.

Studio Job

Studio Job is a ground-breaking art and design studio based in the Netherlands and Milan. Led by Job Smeets (b.1969), a pioneer of contemporary conceptual and sculptural art and design, he founded Studio Job in 1998 in the renaissance spirit, combining traditional and modern techniques to produce once-in-a-lifetime objects. Smeets leads a team of highly talented craftspeople to produce art pieces, projects and products in their atelier in the Netherlands. The studio works across art, interiors and product design with a vast range of high profile clients, galleries, and brands.


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.