Danish furniture and lighting designer Louise Campbell started her own studio in 1996, just a year after graduating from Denmark’s Design School where she studied Industrial Design. Today she is one of the most well known designers of her generation and has become recognized for her experimentation, smart details, and ambitious work ethic. This combination of talent and drive suggest that for her, work and play are two sides of the same coin. Louise Campbell regularly pursues non-commercial projects for the sake of pure creation. It is not uncommon for the designer to explore many iterations of the same set of constraints, or to abandon an idea or process if it is not suiting the concept.

Her legacy in modern Danish design is further ensured by the fact that Louise Campbell serves on several boards and committees that work with design organizations and educational institutions. Her work is housed in collections in prestigious museums around the world including Museum of Modern Art in New York, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Museé National D’Art Moderne in Paris. Her clients include Royal Copenhagen, Georg Jensen, Baccarat, Nikari, and Louis Poulsen Lighting.