Harry & Camila
They’re known for their mysterious objects, exemplars of vibrant design of the 21st century. The futuristic shapes are reminiscent of technologies applied to high speed, the imaginary of HARRY & CAMILA drawing on aeronautical performances, with fantasies of aircraft wings, space travel and ships. Their resulting design approach concentrates on experimentation with materials and topologies.
HARRY is from the Netherlands, class 1966, industrial designer with a degree from the Design Academy Eindhoven. CAMILA Chilean nationality grew up in Mexico, degree in Fashion Design, Istituto Marangoni Milan. They met during their Master’s degree at Domus Academy in Milan 1994. In 1998 they established studio HARRY & CAMILA in Milan.
In 2002 HARRY & CAMILA moved to Barcelona but continued to spend time in their adopted home Italy, working with a number of design manufactures. A strong mix between the Dutch free spirit and the Latin sensualism. They work across a wide range of disciplines signing for clients worldwide including Alessi, Dedon, Fontana Arte, JLindeberg+Puma, Living Divani, Rosenthal studio-Line. Harry & Camila have exhibited extensively around the world and won several awards including in 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010 the GOOD DESIGN Award of the Chicago Athenaeum, the world’s oldest and most prestigious award of its kind.
“We met each other….it introduced us into the marvel of the Italian culture, their passion and creativity….opening doors…. meeting and working together with many great people from all over the world. WLOVEDA”
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