The young Czech designer Martin Žampach specializes mainly in industrial design, but also follows the glassblowing tradition of his family, which he enhances by his experience and sense of timeless design. In the field of product and industrial design, Martin Žampach creates for his company's clients competitive designs that will help them get ahead of their rivals. He puts emphasis on smart solutions that will help companies reduce their costs and optimize their manufacturing process. Considering his love for glass design, which he studied at the Secondary Art School in Luhačovice, Martin Žampach contributes to the field by being one of the few young designers spreading the Czech tradition of glass production both in the Czech Republic and abroad. In 2006, Martin Žampach graduated with a degree in industrial design at the Tomáš Baťa University in Zlín. He also studied product design for one year at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland. Moreover, he has rich work experience from abroad – he worked for an architectural studio in Londrina, Brazil, for the renowned CuldeSac studio in Spain's Valencia, completed a two-month internship at Art.Lebedev Studio, the biggest design studio in Russia, and also worked for the Czech FLEX/Cocoon Design Studio, where he dealt with industrial design and structural packaging.
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