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Studio Inma Bermúdez is based in Valencia, Spain. Founded in 2007 by industrial designer Inma Bermúdez, in 2009 Moritz Krefter joined the studio.
Our work is focused mainly on furniture, lighting and accessories but we are always happy and curious to be immersed in new fields. We develop products for different companies from all over the world like Spain, France, Portugal, Germany, Sweden, India and Colombia. We complement our work at the studio teaching in different Design Schools.
Inma Bermúdez (Spain, 1977) studied Industrial Design at the University Cardenal Herrera CEU in Valencia as well as one year at the School of Applied Sciences and Design of Pforzheim, Germany. She began her professional career in industrial design working for German design studios like IDEA (www.idea-taurus.de), BUSSE DESIGN (www.bussedesign.com) and PRODESIGN (www.prodesign-ulm.de).
She has also collaborated at the VITRA DESIGN MUSEUM workshops in SouthWest France (www.boisbuchet.org), taking on the roles of programme coordinator, public relations, as well as assistant to the designers Sigga Heimis (www.siggaheimis.com), Jaime Hayón (www.hayonstudio.com) and the studio CuldeSac (www.culdesac.es).
Since 2007 is collaborating regularly for the Swedish brand IKEA and the Spanish Porcelain Manufacture Lladró.
Moritz Krefter (Germany, 1978) studied Architecture at the University Bauhaus, Weimar, Germany. He began his professional career in Paris at the Studio Jourda architectes (www.jourda-architectes.com) and at the workshops of Boisbuchet in the SouthWest of France. There, he was head of the workshop and responsable of the construction of a centenary Japanese house and several auxiliar buildings.
In 2009 he moved to Spain and started freelancing for studios like Fernando Menis (www.menis.es), CuldeSac (www.culdesac.es), Hector Serrano (www.hectorserrano.es), and OceanoNaranja (www.oceanonaranja.es).
He has been in the setup of the exhibition “Vertical Village” by MVRDV in Hamburg. He has been in the setup of the exhibition “Vertical Village” by MVRDV in Hamburg.