davin larkin

Davin is the head designer at KOOYONG DESIGN and he has designed our first range of furniture that was launched in late 2009. He has a wealth of experience in the Irish furniture industry from bespoke work to full hotel fitouts and has a strong interest in solid wood furniture. His designs are highly functional pieces that become the signature piece of any room. He thrives to create uncomplicated designs that enhance the users enjoyment of each piece. To learn more about his experience and skills visit the following site or click here for more.



Stubborn Dining table
Lanky Console Table
Triad Coffee Table
Block Storage Modules
Plank Mirror
Cube Mirror
Pinch + Splay Floor lamps
Alpine Lounger - Prototype

sadhbh fitzgibbon

Sadhbh achieved the prestigious Rhodec International Diploma in Interior Design in 2001. She began her career in retail, learning about the possibilities of fabrics, textiles and furniture and traveling to Paris and Milan annually to keep up with current trends and source innovative products. From here Sadhbh's career focus and ambitions shifted towards the more creative where she designed hotels, restaurants, retail stores, private homes, showhouses, and even county council buildings. This vast experience and knowledge of the world of interiors has inspired Sadhbh to create and design her own furniture range.



Elegance Console table
Elegance Table Nest

kate cronin

Kate is a product designer with a passion for environmental and sustainable design.

In 2006 Kate graduated from the National College of Art and Design, Dublin with a BDes Honours in Industrial Design. She then spent two years working as a packaging designer in a London based design firm. Kate is now back in Dublin and busy completing a MA in Design Sustainability with NCAD.



Omad lamp

jenny walsh

Jenny takes traditional furniture designs and plays with their shape and form until they have developed a unique and distinct personality all of their own. Out of this process comes fun and whimsical pieces which evoke a sense of nostalgia while still being completely fresh and new. They are as much about function as sentiment with each piece having a different story to tell. She graduated from DIT with a first class honours degree in Interior & Furniture Design in 2009. Her objective is to utilize local skills, craftsmen and manufacturers to ensure each piece remains as Irish in its realization as it is in its design. 



My City
Creature comforts