Dan Yeffet was born in 1971 in Jerusalem (Israel). He studied at the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem (1999-2001) and studied at Gerrit Rietveld in Amsterdam in 2002 (gaining a BA in industrial/product design). Upon graduation, he worked on a freelance basis for various architecture and design offices in Holland. Later, Dan created ‘JellyLab’, his own design studio and platform in Amsterdam. In 2005, the studio moved to Paris. Dan’s work can be found in various collections the world over, such as the New Design Museum in Chicago, the Museum of Art’s ‘Visual Delight’ in Philadelphia, the Modam Museum in Luxembourg and the FNAC Foundation in Paris. Dan says of himself, ‘definitions are our limits, I would like to consider myself as an explorer and adventurer.’
Lucie Koldova (born 1983) is a lighting and furniture designer. She moved to Paris in 2009 and spent a year in Arik Levy's studio. Simultaneously she continued to develop her own creations for various companies. Lucie established her own creative studio in Paris in 2012. She appreciates influences, inspiration and different cultures melting together in the city where she continues working for international clients. Lucie produces furniture pieces, glass sculptures and timeless lights
objects of desire - chic and purified. Her work stretches from daily
products, conceptual space, urban area to poetic gallery objects
and limited series. In 2010 became a Discovery of the Year of Czech Grand Design and two years later she has won the Designer of the Year and Elle Decoration Talent. She cooperates with Brokis since 2010 and this year she became a creative director of Brokis company.