Who Are We?

Hello! We are Dan + Matt, the designers behind Made of Tomorrow.

We are graphic and homeware designers with an aim to bring the world beautifully designed minimal & functional objects + stationery carefully designed with the 'essence of tomorrows trends'.

We have a few simple attributes that we pursue in designing products. Quality is super important to us, and we will only bring products to you that are of the finest and highest quality and that will stand the test of time. 99% of our products are made in New Zealand.

Something that we love in homeware design, is creating a product that holds surprises within the detail of the design. Maybe it is something that you don't quite see in our product photography that once it arrives at your door you are surprised with, be it in the packaging, product and even service.

Our background of graphic and homeware design allows us to create innovative products that are not only on trend but hold elements and features of tomorrows trends. So with Made of Tomorrow you are always one up on the trends of tomorrow.

We are very personal with our work, from concept to completion and design to distribution. We love to have a grasp on everything that is happening. We love being involved in the production of every piece where possible so every piece we sell has a connection to it creators. This allows us to guarantee that everything is of the highest quality.

We hope that you too enjoy and appreciate the beauty of the work we design and create.
We always love to hear about our customers enjoying their new goodies from us, so please tag us in your photos. @madeoftomorrow #madeoftomorrow

Dan + Matt / Made of Tomorrow


   

 

Photography by Fancy contributor
Michelle Weir of Studio:Weir - See more at: http://www.newzealanddesignblog.com/#sthash.BNANZDMJ.dpuf
Photography by Fancy contributor
Michelle Weir of Studio:Weir - See more at: http://www.newzealanddesignblog.com/#sthash.BNANZDMJ.dpuf
Photography by Fancy contributor
Michelle Weir of Studio:Weir - See more at: http://www.newzealanddesignblog.com/#sthash.BNANZDMJ.dpuf