Our Designers

Kenyon Yeh

Biography

Taiwan-based designer Kenyon Yeh relishes the challenge of making minimal objects that never verge on boring. He believes the art of creating simple objects is complex, and that it’s the things he takes away that make his designs truly something. Educated in London, Kenyon has spent nearly a decade working with recognized international design brands such as Menu, Harto and Bolia.

Visibility

Biography

Visibility is a New York-based product design office led by Joseph Guerra and Sina Sohrab, hailing originally from Los Angeles and Detroit. Former classmates at the Rhode Island School of Design, the duo shares a kindred belief: keen observation is the mother of innovation. Recognized both domestically and abroad, Visibility has been commissioned to work on a diverse array of furniture and other design projects by clients such as Matter Made, Normann Copenhagen, Outdoor Voices and Away.

John Astbury

Biography

Born in Birmingham, England, John Astbury was a boat builder, musician and graphic designer before studying industrial design in Stockholm. "I'm obviously influenced by Scandinavian design, but there's also a mischievousness in my work that I think has followed me from England." John has collaborated with a variety of design studios and brands during his career, including renowned Scandinavian brands Muuto and Mitab.

Kyuhyung Cho

Biography

Kyuhyung Cho is a polymath. Educated in Seoul and Stockholm, Kyuhyung belongs to that rare breed of designers who can build a successful body of work across a diverse range of media. Graphic design, branding, fonts, textiles, furniture and other objects — you name it, Kyuhyung's done it and done it well. Now focused on furniture, he takes inspiration from a unique melange of East Asian and Scandinavian design and the simple, humble forms found therein.

MSDS Studio

Biography

The brainchild of Jonathan Sabine and Jessica Nakanishi, MSDS (short for their motto: “Make shit, design shit!”) is a Toronto-based design studio known for distinctive yet minimal products that synthesize the duo’s Scandinavian and Japanese sensibilities. Their clever, inspiring work has won numerous accolades and resulted in collaborations with large European brands such as Muuto and Normann Copenhagen.

Our Approach

At Dims., we take furniture design seriously. Chin-scratchingly seriously. Losing it over a sleek modernist curve seriously. But it’s not just about making beautiful objects for our eyes to rest on. It’s also about creating the perfect places to drink coffee in the morning, feed our friends in the evening, and kick up our feet at night… repeat.

Our Approach

We’re not shy about honoring the best of what’s been. The understated genius of Shaker, Japanese and Nordic traditions taught us that less usually says more, and humble need never be dull. Together, we reinterpret these lessons for the delightful mess of modern living. And when our work speaks in terms that quicken our pulse, we know we’re onto something special: a Dims. original.

Our Approach
Our Approach
Our Approach
Our Approach