Louis C. Kalff (1897-1976), art director and designer at Philips
his work consisted mainly of advertising, products, exhibitions and stands, architect. Kalff grew up in a well-to-do environment in Amsterdam. Kalff attended the HBS and Quellinusschool for a year, and in 1916 studied architecture in Delft. During his studies he already designed posters, banners and costumes for the student drum games.
Jewelry designer Franck Ligtelijn (1933-1996) became part of the design team at renowned Dutch lighting manufacturer Raak in the early 1960s
Dutch designer and architect.
Wim Rietveld Dutch industrial and furniture designer. Son of the well-known Gerrit Rietveld.
born December 4, 1927. The Italian designer of light and interior,
Jindřich Halabala created a mass-market approach to home design furnishing in Czechoslovakia.
Arne Vodder was a Danish furniture designer, a close friend and partner of Finn Juhl who had been his teacher.