The emerging designers in The Dwell 24, our annual roundup of rising talent, are moving ahead with new ideas in furniture, lighting, and other objects for your home.

2020 has been anything but a normal year for designers navigating the early part of their careers. But that isn’t stopping this year’s Dwell 24 from charting the future of design. Below, we feature our annual list of emerging designers around the world—from a lighting designer inspired by clusters of soap bubbles to ceramic mugs recalling Mexican cuisine.

We partnered with New York design fair WantedDesign to create this year’s list. Many of the studios we selected were slated to appear at its spring events before they were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and we’re excited to give them a well-deserved platform here.

Click through each designer to learn more and to read our interviews with them. And don’t miss The Design Life, where we ask The Dwell 24 about how they work and what their lives look like.

Platalea Studio

Location: Mexico City, Mexico | Instagram: @plataleastudio

Platalea Studio

Led by designers Lilia Corona and Rodrigo Lobato, Platalea Studio creates bold dinnerware and furnishings inspired by Mexican culture and current social issues.

Photo courtesy of Platalea Studio

See the Q&A with Platalea Studio.

Mool

Location: Mexico City, Mexico | Instagram: @mool.mx

Part of the new Pixán collection from Mool, this powder-coated aluminum mirror is one of many furniture pieces and home accessories from designers Edgar Tapia and Emmanuel Aguilar.

Part of the new Pixán collection from Mool, this powder-coated aluminum mirror is one of many furniture pieces and home accessories from designers Edgar Tapia and Emmanuel Aguilar.

Photo courtesy of Mool

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