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Inma Bermudez

Nationality
Spanish
Occupation
Designer

Inma Bermúdez studied Industrial Design at the University Cardenal Herrera CEU in Valencia, as well as one year of practical studies at the School of Applied Sciences and Design in Pforzheim, Germany. She began her professional career in industrial design working for German design studios Idea, Busse Design and Prodesign.

Every summer since 2002, Inma has also collaborated at the Vitra Design Museum and the Centre Georges Pompidou workshops in Southwest France.

In 2006, she entered in contact with the well-known Swedish brand Ikea, worked for them for 6 months in the design department located in Älmhult. Together with Caroline, they developed a successful bathroom range for Ikea.

Back in Spain since 2007, she has worked in the in-house design department of the Valencian porcelain company Lladró where she develops, along with the rest of the design team, pieces for the more classic artistic porcelain product line, as well as for the innovative design of the Lladró Atelier collections like The Parrots Party and Metropolis.

In 2001, she was awarded the First Prize in Furniture Design by Andreu World. She received special mentions in the furniture exposition C’DIM in Valencia, in the contest of “50 caramelos con palo” and Imagineering by Dupont. In 2008, the product Acero door station by Ritto was designed by Inma at the studio Prodesign and received the German DesignPlus award and was nominated for the prize DesignPreis 2009.
In 2014, she created the table lamp Follow Me for Marset, which has received several prizes.

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