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Camilla Kropp




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Camilla Kropp

Born 1975 Lahti, Finland






MA, Royal College of Art (RCA)
Department of Ceramics and Glass, London, UK

BA, Konstfack, University College of Art, Craft and Design
Department of Ceramics and Glass, Stockholm, Sweden


Institute of Orivesi, Department of Visual Arts, Orivesi, Finland

Work experience

2001-  Freelance designer.
Projects with: Iittala, Arabia, Design Migration, Showroom Finland, Design House Stockholm, Rosenthal, Covo, Bugatti Automobiles
2000   Design trainee, Volkswagen, Product design, Wolfsburg,
1998   Design trainee, Orrefors Glass factory, Sweden
1997   Design assistant, Markku Salo, Nuutajärvi, Finland
1996   Placement at Arabia, Ceramic Design, Helsinki, Finland


2012   Design Migration, 10+ /View`s on clay, Design Museum Gallery, Helsinki
2011    DMY Design Festival Berlin
2010   “Finnish Glass lives” The Finnish Glass Museum, Riihimäki
2009   Design Migration, Habitare furniture fair, Helsinki
2009   Design Migration, Design Forum, Helsinki
2008   Design Migration, Milan furniture fair, Salone Satellite
2006   Design Migration, Esine exhibition, Design Forum, Helsinki
2006   Design Migration, Esine exhibition, Frankfurt Ambiente
2004   Furniture fair, Helsinki, Finland
2002   Designers Block, London
2001   Furniture fair, Helsinki, Finland
2001   MA exhibition, Royal College of Art, London
2001   Paola C. gallery, Milan
2000   "New Design", Orrefors glass factory, Sweden
1998   BA exhibition, Sweden
1998   "Young Swedish Form" exhibition around Sweden


2010   Prize winner of a Finnish plastic competition "Muotoile muovista”
2009   Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland, one year scholarship
2006   Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland
2006   The Finnish Culture Foundation  
2002   Honourable mention of the Kahla "Seven Cups" Design competition
2000   Foundation for Swedish Culture in Finland
1998   First prize winner of the Swedish "Orrefors Scholarship"
1998   First prize winner (category glass) of the "Young
           Swedish Form" Award


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