Thomas Meyerhoffer gravitates toward intuitive design, working in a broad range of categories which include well-being, sports and technology. After an early career at Apple, IDEO and Porsche, he founded Studio Meyerhoffer in 1999. The award-winning design practice centered its thinking around the creation of intuitive experiences, often establishing new design forms through its mindset of exploration. The studio collaborates with its list of global clients while fulfilling the role of chief design officer within several innovative startups. Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Meyerhoffer has been recognized for his design work with numerous accolades, including the International Design Excellence Award, D&AD Award and Red Dot Award. His skill in creating intuitive objects and experiences has been spotlighted by many publications and institutions, including "The New York Times," "Fast Company," "The Surfer’s Journal," "Domus," Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and Design Museum in London.