Nina Tolstrup design studio ‘Studiomama’ is situated in the East End of London. Studiomama is designing products, furniture, interiors, exhibition design and accessories for companies including Habitat, Lexon, Trip Trap, E&Y, The Danish Embassy in London, Wentworth, Twentytwentyone and Bloomberg. Studiomama was shortlisted as designer of the year at the design museum in 2010 and won Best contribution to 100% Design for the curation and exhibition design for ‘Made in Denmark’, The Eureka Prize and The prize at The Worshipful Company of Pewters. Studiomama’s work had been widely publicised in the international press and featured in numerous books. Studiomama is listed in Wallpapers architectural dictionary aug. issue 2009. Nina is consulting professor at the Syracuse University and member of 100% Design’s advisory board and curator of the Danish ‘Craft Collection’. Previously Nina worked as design manager for Eleven Danes and was examiner at the Danish Design School and a board member in the ‘Designfondation’ with a budget under the Ministry of Cultural Affairs. Nina Tolstrup studied at Les Ateliers (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle) in Paris and also got a business degree from the Copenhagen Business school.
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