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Hella Jongerius (b. 1963) is a Dutch designer who first gained notoriety in 1993 as a member of the renowned Dutch group Droog Design. She now heads her own Rotterdam-based company, JongeriusLab, making a highly unique collection of products including ceramics, textiles, tableware, and furniture. Eschewing the slickness and perfectionism of much current industrial design, as well as the concurrent minimalist trend of the 1990s, Jongerius brings an emphasis on sensuous but simple forms, interesting textures, and organic and malleable materials that often retain traces of their origin and making. Her objects are sold by Cappellini, Donna Karen, Swarovski crystal, Maharam fabrics, and several companies in The Netherlands, and her work is in the collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and several Dutch museums. This is the first book on Jongerius. Designed by COMA (a Dutch graphic design team working in Amsterdam and Brooklyn, New York) in collaboration with Jongerius, it showcases her work of the past decade with specially commissioned photographs, accompanied by an interview text and two essays by Louise Shouwenberg, a frequent collaborator.