About Inge Lagae

Inge Lagae’s designs are inspired by her travelling the world and the people she has met and worked with. Above all, however, she is amazed and energized by beautiful materials and the handicraft from different cultures, like the French and Italian traditional ebonists and the architects and artists who have crossed her path.

From 1996 till 2004, she collaborated with the architect/artist Ola-dele Kuku who was awarded the Grand Prize/Prime Minister’s Prize of Architecture, IFI Nagoya in 1995 and who did the first African Pavilion at the 15th Venice Biennial for Architecture. In 2020 she met French textile designer Isabelle Yamamoto. Their common love for Japanese culture has led to the collaboration on the Yoishu daybed for the KANA collection. The futon and pillow were created by Yamamoto specifically for this lounger.

Reducing the space to it's essence

The happiness of my customers is my greatest motivation. Your wishes and requirements become my tools for the design of a personalised and unique interior. Together we give old and new a central place in your timeless space so that it radiates peace, harmony and soul. With passion and expertise, we select beautiful and high-quality materials that will add value to your home.

Design process

Over the years I have developed a design process that works optimally for both parties. This design process has already proven itself and guarantees a successful end result. The process consists of 3 phases in which the customer is completely taken care of but is still very regularly communicated with about the progress of the work. The content of these 3 phases I would like to explain to you orally in a personal, free, introductory meeting.