John Kostick

Foldable Star Sculptures

A combination of mathematics and art, Kostick’s foldable stars are as mesmerizing as the designer himself. We spent an afternoon with him, and it was like attending a lecture at MIT. As he explained (very patiently) the principles of tensegrity and non-Cartesian axes, he continued to spin and fold his Stars, which he refers to as “mathematical truths that you can hold in your hand.” Step into his fascinating world.

P.S. That flame that he works with is over 3000° Fahrenheit. His only protection from it: a pair of Ray-Bans.


Matthew Hilton

Cross Dining Collection

Matthew Hilton believes in creating furniture that people can live with, both indoors and out. Watch and listen as he discusses forging his own path, explains some of his pieces and reveals how he feels about compromise and its relationship to furniture design.


Egg Collective

Morrison Console

Step into the fascinating world of Egg Collective, a Brooklyn-based design studio founded by Stephanie Beamer, Crystal Ellis and Hillary Petrie. What makes this design trio unique is how they combine their individual areas of expertise – furniture design, architecture and sculpture – when exploring new ways to solve problems.


Norm Architects

Finn Collection

Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen focuses on shape and tactility. Kasper Rønn concentrates on technology and inventions. Together they are Norm Architects. With the launch of the Finn Collection, the designers stayed true to their shared belief in the Danish norms of simplicity, gracefulness, craftsmanship and timelessness. Watch and be enchanted by these two passionate designers.


Chris Hardy

Helix Table

Atlanta-based designer Chris Hardy is one of the newest members of our family. In 2012, we introduced his sculptural Helix Table, his first product for DWR. Watch and listen as he explains how he designed this captivating asymmetrical collection.


Jens Risom

Risom Chairs and Tables

In this DWR Film, you’ll experience the wit and wisdom of legendary designer Jens Risom as he speaks with us about history, parachute straps and, of course, chairs.