About
Beijing based Studio HVN is an award winning design practice offering service in spatial and product design. Founded by Dutch designer Henny van Nistelrooy, the studio merges contemporary design with Chinese culture.
The studio’s design methodology is to create research based projects that result in thoughtful and exciting ideas. We believe in making a positive contribution to people’s work, leisure and living spaces through a design approach that respond to client requirements with good ideas, functionality, refinement and an inspiring contemporary style.
Every Studio HVN project is the result of a concept tested to its limits and resolved with elegance, efficiency and skill.
Henny van Nistelrooy received his Master degree at the Royal College of Art, London 2007. After 5 years working in London Henny moved Studio HVN to Beijing in 2012.
Henny’s work finds recognition in Chinese press and publications as well internationally.
He has received an Elle Decoration Award, been finalist in Design Parade at Villa Noailles, Hyeres, France, he has been shortlisted for Designer in Residence at London Design Museum amongst others.
Clients:
UCCA, Illulian, Long March Space, Swire & Sino Ocean, Four Seasons Hotel Beijing, Lensvelt, United Nations Development Program, Phoenix TV, London Fashion Week, The Palace Museum, TAN Luxury Carpets, Barbisio, ArtEZ, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Kingdom of the Netherlands, Triple Major, Velorution
Galleries:
- Gallery ALL, Beijing, Los Angeles
- Art Lexing, Miami, Mexico City
Retailers:
AD+, Liang Cang, Triple Major, Suzuki Shop, HaoZai, UCCA Store
Awards and competitions:
- GOLDEN WING AWARD; Most innovative design, Guangzhou CN 2019
- ELLE DECO INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARD; Best in Floor cover Design
Elle Decoration, Shanghai CN 2017
- HONOURABLE MENTION
Chinese Design Awards, Guangzhou CN 2013
- ELLE DECO INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARD; Best in Textile Design
Elle Decoration, Shanghai CN 2012
- DESIGN PARADE 7, finalist
Villa Noailles, Hyeres FR 2012
- DESIGNERS IN RESIDENCE, shortlist
Design Museum, London UK 2011