For the third installment in our DESIGN BITES series, we're delighted to welcome Gazel Designs to the ID2015 Design Hub.

Founded in 2014, Gazel is a contemporary design studio that lives by the motto: rethink the everyday. Led by award-winning Irish designers Ronan Murphy and Kevin Doherty, Gazel focuses on bringing invention, ease and elegance to homes and interiors. Recognising a courageous and creative drive in each other, they left established careers for a new and better way of living.

With a shared passion for thoughtful and inviting design, Murphy and Doherty approach their work with over twenty years experience in manufacturing, craft, multi-media and product design. The result is a unique combination of beauty and convenience at the heart of every design. Overseeing their creations throughout the entire development process, they promise the highest quality in form and finish. Interested in exploring functionality and ergonomics with an avant-garde style, Gazel designs everyday objects, focusing on details to produce beautiful solutions for clever living such as the award winning Gazel clothes hanger and their elegant light valet.

No need to book, just come along. For further info email us at DesignHub@IrishDesign2015.ie


DESIGN BITES are bite-sized talks from designers, makers and innovators. Connecting with themes within ID2015 exhibitions, DESIGN BITES aims to spark conversation, share ideas and spur new collaborations. Bring your sandwich and we’ll provide the tea, biscuits and design ideas for you to chew on.


Where: ID2015 Design Hub, Dublin Castle

When:  26th February 2015 

Time: 1.15pm to 1.45pm

The last in the current series of talks will be on Thursday 12th March: DESIGN BITES: Love and Robots | Collaborative design for the digital age with Emer O’Daly

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