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Daniel Kamp is an award-winning designer, artist and entrepreneur based in Hong Kong and New Zealand with a portfolio spanning object, space and business. Under the experimental product design practice KAMP.studio, Daniel explores the intersection of 3D printing and handcraft in the creation of sculptural products… Read More
Daniel Kamp is an award-winning designer, artist and entrepreneur based in Hong Kong and New Zealand with a portfolio spanning object, space and business. Under the experimental product design practice KAMP.studio, Daniel explores the intersection of 3D printing and handcraft in the creation of sculptural products and projects.

Kamp is also the director designer of White Light - a lighting design and production lab using digital craft to create customisable lights for interiors.

Previously Daniel was a Co-Founder and Creative Director of product and spatial design studio Think & Shift and Co-Founder, Designer at contemporary furniture brand Y.S Collective. Kamp carries a bachelor's degree of Design Innovation - majoring in Industrial Design and his work has been recognized through awards, exhibitions and media coverage all around the world. Read Less
  • Director Designer
    KAMP.studio
  • Director Designer
    WHITE LIGHT — Auckland, New Zealand
  • Co-founder | Creative director
    Think & Shift — New Zealand
  • Cofounder | Director/Designer
    Y.S Collective — New Zealand
  • Designer
    Design Mobel — Tauranga, New Zealand
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I am a trained industrial designer who rejects industrialism. I despise unsustainable mass consumption and monotonous mass production. I believe in the importance of diversity in our built environment. I believe in the potential of new production technologies and the beauty of old craft techniques. I believe in us… Read More
I am a trained industrial designer who rejects industrialism. I despise unsustainable mass consumption and monotonous mass production. I believe in the importance of diversity in our built environment. I believe in the potential of new production technologies and the beauty of old craft techniques. I believe in using design to seek out post-industrial alternatives to the industrial mindset. Read Less
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