Having gained a degree in design, in 1994 he set up a multi-disciplinary studio in Antwerp. He made his name internationally with a folding seat which was to become a design classic. His success enabled him to establish partnerships with major interior design companies. In 2005 he developed a new corporate identity for the Belgian railways, for which he received a number of accolades, including the Red Dot design award. His studio was also commissioned by the Flemish government to restyle the traffic lights in Flanders. In 2008 he was nominated designer of the year by the Courtrai Foundation Interieur. In 2010 he designed the reception of the Flemish parliament building.
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