Netherlands designer Wouter Scheublin studied Industrial Design at both the Technical University of Delft and Design Academy Eindhoven, before founding his studio in 2005. In 2015 he merged studios with fellow designer and long-term collaborator Lotty Lindeman in Eindhoven, creating Scheublin & Lindeman. Scheublin’s work expresses his ongoing fascination with construction and mechanics, in a variety of autonomous and functional designs. Examples include his walking furniture series, where normally static pieces like a table or chair become animated in response to human contact. He continues to work on both self-initiated projects and partnerships with other designers, researchers, brands, and manufacturers.