Noëlle Mulder (the Netherlands, 1971), started her design education at École Camondo in Paris. In 2013, she graduated in Architectural Design at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. Noëlle’s body of work ranges from furniture to landscape architecture, from interior design to works of art. Much of her work originates from explorations of the tension between structure and chaos, between the naturally spontaneous and the artificial. In her designs Noëlle connects to the vulnerability of nature with the man-made and our unconscious behaviors. Themes she has explored over time include repetitive structures, spontaneous movements of people and vegetation, and the interaction between human behavior, natural growth and public space.