Hella Jongerius (1963-) is a Dutch artist and designer, very famous internationally for her experimental work with color and design techniques. Her Jongeriuslab is a laboratory in the true sense of the word, a rich creative chaos in which the designer dedicates herself to experimenting with the use of different materials, in an interrupted exploration of the possible interactions between the visual and tactile aspects of the product, often solved in surprising ways. Her career began in the lively undergrowth of Dutch design of the 90s, revealed to the world through the productions of the Droog Design collective, which publishes most of her early works. Her work has its natural outlet in the creation of unique pieces or in limited series, similar to real artistic creations. The brand to which she most closely linked her career was Vitra, who had the courage to focus on her creative chromatic hazards, assigning her the position of art director for colors and materials for many years. She brought her vision of her peculiar to her in various design fields, such as ceramics with Mutina, the outdoors with Kettal and the carpet with Danskina.