Torsten Neeland

Torsten Neeland was born in Hamburg, Germany. Following his studies in Industrial Design at the College of Fine Art in Hamburg. He set up his office for Industrial and Interior Design in London in 1997, where he now lives and works. He has been developing his design experience with particular focus on contemporary design from corporate interior branding to product design for manufacturers such as Audi, Dornbracht, Yohji Yamamoto Donna Karan Home and Magazin. His work has been widely published in national and international press and is featured in several product and interior design books.
Neelands design approach is clear and direct. He believes that simplicity is very often a result of a complex process and the work being carried in the office is very much related to interdisciplinary thinking.


2004 'Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany' for the cutlery set 'Stav'
2003 'Design Innovation Award' for the bathtub tray by Dornbracht Interiors awarded by Cologne furniture fair IMM
2000 'Carte Blanche' breakfast set for Babylon is part of the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London
1999 'Design Plus' award for the pencil sharpener 'cube' awarded by Frankfurt Fair Tendence
1995 'Karl Schneider Preis' for the design awarded by the Senate of the City of Hamburg

Image: Jonathon Griggs