Team

Rinaldo Biemolt
Founder / Creative Director DsignlinQ, Founder Bsquared & Airport in a box
 
Born in the Netherlands in 1972. Graduated in 1996 at the Acadamy of Art and Industry in Enschede. As a high profile interior and product designer he worked for Kho Linag Ie Associates, Keja Donia and Studio Linse. After 15+ years experience on International Aviation and high traffic interior projects and concepts he founded Bsquared, initiating, facilitating and collaborating in the development of new airport design innovation
Rinaldo's strong skills are balancing functionality and aesthetics in high quality public spaces.
 
Tim Derhaag
Founder of Studio Derhaag
 
Born in the Netherlands in 1974. Graduated BA at ArtEZ Arnhem (1997) & MA at the Royal College of Art London (1999). He received his first project from Jasper Morrison to design a cocktail bar in London (1999).
In 2001 he moved to Amsterdam to open Tim Derhaag Design Studio. He works on concepts, interior designs and products for a variety of clients.
Tim Derhaag meets FLOS in Bovezzo in the summer of 2002 and the 45 outdoor lighting collection is presented in Milan in 2004. He was nominated for the Compasso D’Oro in 2008. In 2009 he presented the Fool Moon lamp during Euroluce in Milan and designed the Townhouse Hotel Maastricht, that wins ‘Best New Hotel Concept’ (2009) and Dutch Hotel Award (2011).
 
Lianne Ernst
Founder and Creative Director of MRS.ME home couture
 
Born in the east of the Netherlands in 1967. Studied Fashion Design at the Art Academy in Enschede, a city known for its textile history. After graduation she followed the master course Fashion Stategy & Design at the Art Academy in Arnhem.
She started her career designing for several womens' fashion brands before joining a Dutch label and retail chain with everything for children up to the age of 4. Being creative director of the brand, she was responsible for the design of all product ranges, varying from clothes to bed linen, from toys to furniture.
After a brief career as interior stylist co-presenting on Dutch television, she started the label Mrs.Me in 2003 developing custom made products and collections for hotels, yacht owners, interior designers and architects. She specialises in exclusive and personalised products for bedrooms, bathrooms, lounges and dining rooms with the highest quality fabrics. In addition, she guest lectures interior textiles at universities and writes columns about interior design.
 
Paul Linse
Founder and owner of Studio Linse

Paul Alexander Linse graduated cum laude at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, in 1987, where he later taught interior design for ten years.
Driven by an intense passion for interior design and decorating he explored his profession in the broadest sense, creating extravagant productions as a design editor for leading design and decoration magazines as well as designing tapestries and furniture. In 1999 he founded Studio Linse, where he develops complete public spaces, commercial environments and highly exclusive private residencies and yachts.
Whether working on a large scale for Schiphol Airport or creating the smaller boutiques for the domestic catering formula Fishes, for Paul Linse the consumer always remains his focal point. As he says: ”In the 21st century people are spending a significant part of their daily life in public spaces, while still craving comfort and security. Therefore creating intimacy within larger spaces is always key to my designs. In this way, waiting time becomes quality time.”
Paul Linse feels every environment should express the identity of the client. ”An interior is like clothing: it is both functional and aesthetic, it has the power to affect your daily life, and it conveys a personal statement. This is why I believe in a creative collaboration with our clients, employing our vision and expertise to realise their dreams.”
Paul Linse shares his expert vision and sense of style as a frequent guest on national television and regularly gives lectures and seminars tailored to businesses and design professionals.
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