Face-to-face: a designer’s profile with Mae Engelgeer


Studio Mae

Very happy and proud to share our 2nd Face-to-face: a designer's profile today with Mae Engelgeer from Studio Mae. Marjon and Sandra visited Mae at her ground floor apartment of a house in 'de Pijp', a wonderful neighborhood in Amsterdam two weeks ago to talk with her about her textile label Studio Mae, inspiration, the way she combines work with family life and what it is like to start your own business. 

Would you like to see all the beautiful images and the complete interview then click here for the special Designer's Profile page

Mae Engelgeer tea towels

Photography: Marjon Hoogervorst 


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  1. shane

    Woo it is truly an amazing apartment to live in. i would to have such kind of wonderful apartment.
    Thanks for sharing…

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