They graduated together from the Design Academy in Eindhoven in 2007 and stayed together from then on both on a personal level and as designers from their home studio base in the Strijp design hotspot in Eindhoven. For Christoph Brach and Daniera ter Haar colour is key, but they’re not only involved with product design. Their interest extends much further, from graphic design and photography to textiles, with well-known fabric specialists Kvadrat and Febrik being among their clients.
In the Mesh table series, design studio Raw Color plays with the density of colour and material. Open and closed alternate in the perforation grid. This gives the tables an airy look, in which the table top appears to be separate from the base. At the same time, the graphic character of Mesh creates an interesting shadow effect on the floor. The design reflects the Raw Color working method, in which the colour effect of the volume forms the starting point, in this case for the interplay of densities and material combinations.