Bluelarix Designworks is a product design studio with a team experienced designers and developers. We invent, design and develop products, from idea till production, where user friendliness and strengthening your company with design are the focus.
The plans for starting Bluelarix Designworks are made in 2006 in Norway where the founders Andreas and Maria think about creating a company that is specialized in product design and product development. Finally the plans became reality not in Norway, but in 2007 in the Netherlands. Bluelarix Designworks was founded and starts to deliver one-stop design and product development services.
In 2008 we added knowledge in the fields of electronics design and embedded software, apart from concept design, engineering and human factors, so that Bluelarix Designworks is able to design the user experience not only through design but also in electronics and software.
In 2010 our design studio moved into a new facility called the Kauwgomballenfabriek, a refurbised factory in Amsterdam.
In 2011 a dedicated Lab was added for electronics design, interaction design and prototyping.
In 2013 Bluelarix Designworks moves into a bigger studio in the creative hotspot "De Overkant", an old Kromhout / Stork diesel engine factory in Amsterdam Noord.
In 2014 we add again more space to our studio, as we keep growing both in professionalism and number of staff.
At the moment Bluelarix Designworks works for companies that produce or market consumer products, consumer electronics, sports products, medical products and professional products.
Apart from Dutch clients like Philips, Vendor and Vogels we work as well for clients in Belgium, France, Germany and Russia, including Swisscom, TuV Rheinland, Niko Group NV and Decathlon S.A.
- team highly educated and motived designers and developers
- modern design studio, with dedicated spaces for sketching, ideation and 3d cad engineering
- lab for electronics development, interaction and prototyping
- cad software: SolidWorks, Alias Design, KiCAD Electronics Design
- 5th generation MakerBot 3d printer