Harry&Camila are known for their mysterious objects, examples of vibrant 21st century design. Their futuristic shapes are reminiscent of technologies applied to high speed, the imagination of Harry&Camila draws on aeronautical performances: with fantasies of aircraft wings, space travel and space-ships. The resulting design approach concentrates on experimentation with materials and topologies. Harry is Dutch born in 1966, an industrial designer with a degree from the Design Academy Eindhoven. Camila is Chilean but grew up in Mexico, she has a degree in fashion design. They met during the masters course at the Domus Academy in Milan 1994. In 1998 they established the studio Harry&Camila in Milan. In 2002 Harry&Camila moved to Barcelona but continue to spend time in their adopted home Italy, working with a number of design manufacturers. A mix of Dutch free spirit and Latin sensuality. They work across a wide range of disciplines for clients based in North America, Asia and Europe: a.o. Alessi, Dedon, Fontana Arte, Jlindeberg+Puma, Living Divani, Rosenthal Studio-line, and Casamania by Frezza. They are visiting professors at the Domus academy in Milan and IED Barcelona. Harry&Camila have exhibited extensively around the world, winning several awards including in 2007 the GOOD DESIGN Award of the Chicago Athenaeum.