Working in the field of consumer products, interiors and strategic consultancy TW Studio is a London based industrial design practice that explores the relationship between product, environment and user.

The studio has a research driven approach rooted in a curiosity and desire to make better solutions for the world around us. Combined with a versatile experience, this approach leads to projects of all scales across consumer products, furniture, lighting, workplace and urban design. The work focuses on identifying and responding to behavior patterns within contemporary life.  


Originally from Denmark, Thomas relocated to London in 2006 to study MA Design Products at the Royal College of Art. After graduation he has worked within various design and architecture practices, including the renown Foster + Partners, Pentagram Design and Sebastian Bergne studio. In 2016 he founded his own design practice and returned to the RCA, this time as a lecturer running 'Platform 22 - Design Through Making'. He is also lecturing at University of the Creative Arts, Kingston University and Kolding Design School (in Denmark).

Thomas (b.1977) holds a MA from Design Products at (RCA) Royal College of Art (2008), a Bachelor degree in Industrial Design from Design School Kolding (2005) and also studied Mechanical Engineering at Aarhus University School of Engineering (Denmark).

His work has been recognised with publications and exhibitions including Danish Craft Collection and in Guldbogen (Publication - Design School Kolding)

Brand experience

TW has experience creating work for:

- Apple

- Artemide

- Authentics

- Biomega Bicycle

- Bloomberg 

- Danish Craft 

- FIDE - World Chess Federation

- Formica

- Hershey 

- Holmris 

- Krug Champagne

- Mothercare

- Molteni

- Moulinex

- Porcelanosa

- Puma

- Samsung

- Savoy Hotel

- Sotheby's

- Tefal

- United Airlines 

- Volkswagan

- Walter Knoll


Product design
Furniture design
Packaging design
Interior design
Display design
Signage/way-finding design   

Product development
Production management