The History and Designers of Bree & #039; s New World

Designers

Peter Schreuder Goedheijt Black White
Peter Schreuder Goedheijt

Followed the study of Graphic-Typographic Designer at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. Due to his spatial insight into packaging design, he decided to take an additional study Industrial Design. In 1987 he was awarded the “Prize for the best Dutch Furniture Design”. In recent years, Peter has mainly focused on organic shapes in his designs, including the Cloudy, Peggy, Rikki, Rosie, Ruby, Steely and Twinny.

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Hans Daalder

Hans Daalder (1963) graduates from the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 1989. In 1990 he establishes his design studio and works for the high-quality furniture and office furniture industry in Europe. Hans Daalder's design style soon proved to be successful with a wide audience. People appreciate the clean lines, the originality and the high quality of his work. A good example of this is, for example, the dining chair Fly, a unique design dining chair with powerful lines.

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Jan Neggers

Interior designer, designer and inventor with various patents to his name. An autodidact who in recent years has mainly focused on developing products that are simpler, stronger, more functional and more beautiful.

Marian Harent Black White 2
Marian Harent

Followed the 'Interior Design' course at the Academy of Visual Arts in Rotterdam. Currently works as an interior architect and has been designing cabinets and tables for Bree's New World for many years.

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Martin Haksteen

Studied at the Eindhoven Academy of Industrial Design (later 'Design Academy'). Since 1984 working as a freelance product designer and winner of the “Furniture of the year” prize in the Netherlands 1988 and “Merket for good Design” prize in Norway 1999.

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Pieter de Moor (1943 - 2010 †)

In particular, designed a number of very successful armchairs and chairs for Bree's New World. He was particularly specialized in working out the manufacturing technical aspects of newly designed products.

Frans Schrofer
Frans Schrofer

Graduated as an industrial designer from the Design Academy Eindhoven in 1983. His qualities as a designer in combination with his technical insight have made him an internationally respected designer. He is founder and director of his own design agency “Studio Schrofer”. His designs are characteristic of the interior with a contemporary lifestyle.