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Steven Haulenbeek

Steven Haulenbeek is an experimental American designer known for creating unique pieces of furniture, lighting, and objects for the home. With nods to natural phenomena, Haulenbeek’s extremely detailed work fused the principles of sculpture with American modernist craft.

Steven Haulenbeek attended Hope College in Holland, Michigan where he received a BA in drawing and sculpture. Inspired by the progressive American design and manufacturing culture around him, Haulenbeek focused on large scale steel sculpture before exhibiting his first solo collection in 2002 at the Holland Area Arts Council, which included 13 lighting pieces. In 2004, Haulenbeek attended School of the Art Institute at Chicago to receive his graduate degree in designed objects, where he graduated first in his class.

Since graduation in 2006, Steven Haulenbeek has worked for a number of clients, including Atlanta-based Formation Design Group and Holly Hunt Enterprises in Chicago, as an industrial designer. He also taught at his alma mater in Chicago. Before launching his own studio line in 2010, Haulenbeek was also a founding member of The Mighty Bearcats, the Object Design League, and “Chicagoland,” the first independent and interdisciplinary design show to be exhibited outside of ICFF New York.

After breaking out into his own studio, Steven Haulenbeek Design Concepts, Haulenbeek’s output has been defined by experimental materials, aesthetic simplicity, functional sculpture and a hands-on approach to production.

Steven Haulenbeek has won many awards for his groundbreaking, elemental designs, including being named an American Design Honoree in 2016 and named on Sight’s Unseen 2014 American Design Hotlist. The designer has shown at the Collective Design Fair in NYC, Expo Chicago, and CHGO DSGN to name a few, and was invited to take part in a residency with the Centre International D'Art Verrier in Meisenthal, France to study experimental glass blowing techniques.  
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