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Michael Rem


Designer Michael Rem is based in Berlin and graduated from the University of Fine Arts Saarbrücken, Germany in 2009. He worked on several projects for renowned design companies before opening his own studio in 2012 and his first collaboration with Gejst in 2017.

Michael says: “Being a designer means absorbing all of the daily influences that life offers endlessly, and consciously experiencing it. All the sounds, colours, forms and events are mixed together in the subconscious with your personality and emotions, so that all of this can be combined to form something new: A new idea which is extracted from the absorbed old and comes back to the surface of the conscious as images of new products. This is what I term the new simple.”

Michael has already won and been nominated for numerous design awards in his career so far. Most notably, he received a German Design Award in 2017 for his Molekyl Candleholder design.

Gejst Design Team


Focusing on functional design and high quality materials, Gejst takes a normal product, looks at the need to be fulfilled, then strips it down to come up with something thrilling. Multifunctional and thought through to the smallest detail, you decide the final design and how it will be used.

Each design is a testament to this approach and it is our way of bringing gejst into homes all around the world.

Böttcher & Kayser


Böttcher & Kayser is a Berlin-based studio founded by Moritz Böttcher and Nikolaus Kayser in 2007. Böttcher and Kayser have been rewarded with several prestigious awards such as the Interior Innovation Award, several iF Design Awards and numerous Red Dot Awards – including the award ‘Best of the Best’ in 2013. Their projects have been published in books and magazines around the world.

Moritz Böttcher & Nikolaus Kayser about design:

“Daily life is accompanied by design. It is an expression of personality and a reflection of society and cultural history. We see opportunities and room for improvements, new interpretations and solutions in everyday life difficulties. Our goal is to create simple, yet original products, that solve a complex task in a subtle, functional way. It is essential that all techniques, materials and aesthetics work together. We like design disrupt triviality and have touch of restrained presence in their existence.”

Kasper Friis Egelund


Kasper Friis Egelund lives in Copenhagen. He is right now doing a master in furniture design. Together with his bachelor in design & business he has specialized within furniture and interior design. Despite a young age, Kasper has already done projects for international and Danish companies.

Kasper Friis Egelund about design:

”I see design as a main factor in our daily lives, as something which has a huge impact on our well being. Which is why it in my opinion is extremely important as a designer to have in mind what a design does to its environment and user. With this as my background for my design process, I try to balance a more pragmatic and investigating approach, combined with a fact based starting point to develop design which creates higher value. With main inspiration from architecture, graphic design & art, I try to create an original design with a Scandinavian expression but still being graphic and minimalistic”

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