Rona Meyuchas-Koblenz, was born in Tel Aviv, holds MA Industrial design from the Scuola Politecnica Di Design in Milan. Rona has worked in both Milan and London until setting up her own design brand, working internationally on multidisciplinary projects.
She has created collections that have been celebrated and exhibited in public and private spaces - Spazio Romeo Gigli, British Embassy and the Gallery of Modern Art of Milan - in collaboration with Paul Smith, Moroso, Conran, La Rinascente, Selfridges and De Padova. Her minimalist approach is her authorial signature that can be recognised in initiatives such as ‘Project 34’ with Caesarstone, and she always experiments with materials, technologies and innovative manufacturing processes. She is a visiting lecturer at V&A, Plymouth University, Olympia London, Javits Centre, Aga Khan and Shenkar college as well as a researcher and essayist and a founding designer and curator of Designers in the Middle.