Duo Design

The two designers Emiel Vaessen (1958) en Gert Jan Vogel (1960) met at the Academy of Arts and Design in Rotterdam. In 1985 they started together the design agency Duo Design. Duo Design specializes in design, development and production of its own line of interior products.Simplicity of design, subtle details and the application of high quality materials lend the products an unmistakable ¨duodesign¨ signature.The collection is sold in a large number of countries and various designs from Duo Design are included in the collections of museums of modern art and design.

Kay Bojesen

Silversmith and designer Kay Bojesen had a very special talent. He was able to bring wood to life, and he became world-famous for creating wooden toys that had soul and an impish sense of humour. With more than 2000 pieces to his name, Kay Bojesen was one of Denmark's most prolific artisans in the 20th century. He is best known for his playful and cheerful monkeys, royal life guards and other wooden toys, but his wide-ranging production also includes jewellery, cutlery, teapots and silver goblets.

Zee

The brand ZEE started in 2012. Peter who was (and still is) an agent for different design accessory brands for the BELUX market wanted to create a design product from a to z. But everything is already (re-) designed and this makes a new product difficult to stand out. Finally he saw the light in garden accessories, more specific a garden hose reel. ZEE means SEA in Dutch, so “mirtoon” a sea in the Mediterranean was chosen as the first product name. It received the “Herman Van De Velde label” with its launch. In 2014 Luc, who is an agent and distributor of design accessories and furniture for the Benelux joined to build the brand ZEE. He is the sales and marketing force and makes the brand known the world around. Zee stands for fun, affordable and surprising design for the garden.

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