In 2011 Giel Dedeurwaerder (1990) graduated from the Hogeschool West-Vlaanderen
in Kortrijk (Belgium) as an industrial product designer.

After his studies he got engaged in several design collectives and worked as a freelancer.
After collaborations with Limited Editions and woodgroup Cras, he decided to start his own design studio.
In the past years he worked for different companies as Serax, Bastalpe, Collstrop, Xlboom, Decor et Jardin…

Driven by his passion for design he studies, experiments
and constructs objects on a daily basis. In that he always focuses
on a perfect balance between functionality, philosophy and proportions.
Combining these things with his knowledge and interest for
(art)history and authenticity makes his designs unique.

You can follow his daily process on 
Moments of creations

Some new insights:

For myself as an designer I am working on a long-term design research.
The last 2 years my focus was more on proportion of elements.
This because of my interest in constructivism where I got a lot of my research out. Artist like el lissitzky, Gustav Klucis, Rodchenko… 
inspire me day in day out true there vision of elements, collages, space, nature and structure.

At the start of every new design I work with a specific case. 
These are some main focus points according to functionality, usage, materials, tension…
In my latest processes I could really feel my theory on design that I developed over the years.
2D collage views transforming in 3D objects to result in a strong new design with my starting case in place.