How we work
At V Design we believe that our products are the embodiment of harmony between the location of our clients, the requirements to the functionality of the objects, beauty and a relaxing ambiance where the guests of our clients feel at home.
The first contact with our clients is usually a discussion about an idea. We add our opinion and use our creativity to develop a concept that might be suitable for the purpose of the client. Samples from our collection and sketches will make visible what the concept is about. At some point objects will be produced and delivered for a demonstration at the location or to carry out the wishes of our clients after they made a decision.
In short we can distinguish between the following activities:
- Discussion about ideas – free of charge
- Development of a general concept aimed at agreeing on the wishes of the client – free of charge
- Quotation – free of charge
- Borrowing the samples – free of charge (on the basis of a borrowing agreement)
- Designing products for the client –according to agreement on the basis of a quotation
- Production and delivery – according to agreement on the basis of a quotation
Veny Lydiawati– founder and creative director of V Design
Born in Yogyakarta in 1976, Veny Lydiawati is an Indonesian designer who learned industrial design at the Department of Tunghai University in Taiwan in 2000. During her career as product designer she took interior design courses at the Domus Academia, in Milan, Italy with Giulio Ceppi and Industrial Design course at the Domus Academia in Milan, Italy with Stefanno Giovanni. She also studied at the School of Design in Naba, Italy. In 2008, confident in the experiences she gained while working as a Product Development Manager at famous tableware brand Jenggala, Bali, she established V Design.
Veny Lydiawati: “After the completion of my bachelor in Taiwan I went to Milan to study more in depth about product design, then fell in love and decided to specialize in ambiance lighting and lamps. There I learned that I like to draw on my native Indonesian culture and the inspiration it provides. I wrote my thesis about culture perspective of design. In the process of making lamps or candle holders I like to play with the relation between the material and the light which creates a special ambiance. Light is such a miracle, which can be surprising in many ways. I enjoy this process the most and this the journey led me to create my own hospitality essentials design company.”
“From the moment I joined the children painting club, I loved the process of creating something or crafting things. I played with clay, paper or made a shadow puppet by myself. When I was in high school I was in the science track. When, after high school, I was thinking about what major to take at the university, I was confused. This is because I had a very broad interest for a lot of different things. I enjoyed history, had a feeling for mathematics, was drown towards culture but still wanted to do something creative. Someone then told me about the Industrial design major.”