Upon graduating from Design Academy in 2014, Rudi Boiten and Mireille Burger founded their collective studio in the design capital Eindhoven. Both fascinated by the qualities of materials, they express themselves with their graphic language in material-based surfaces and products. While Boiten – an observer – creates techniques that are both technical and tactile, Burger’s intuitive way of working drives her to explore a process whereby colour, material and detail matter. With their self-initiated research projects, they have explored the idea of digitally printed geometric patterns and surfaces. Continuously experimenting with different materials and methods to develop new structures, patterns, and textile bindings, they convert traditional techniques, such as stitching, weaving, and knitting, to modern technologies.