DE LA HAYE DESIGN was set up in 1982 and over the years it has covered the 360 degrees of Industrial Design. DLHD has worked on a wide variety of projects for different clients, everything from architecture to consumer goods from bicycles to gasoline stations. Its award winning work includes blood transfusion equipment, wind-turbines, lighting systems, modular theatre seating, bedding systems and electronics interface design.

Among the companies on DLHD’s client list are Auping, PTT, Shell, Attema, Yamaha Motors, Nedwind, Terumo, NPBI, AEGON, KLM, Ahrend, Schlumberger, BP, HAG, Amoco, Repsol, Delek, Solium, Inaba, Van Berkel, Janse Lichtreklame, CAR Industrie, TBI and many others.

 

Company founder Frans de la Haye was involved with The Design Academy at Eindhoven in The Netherlands for over 15 years. As part-time Prof/Head, he directed the “Mobility” and “Essentials” departments and then joined the advisory board. De la Haye was also a “founding father” of the Technical University of Eindhoven’s Product Design faculty.

Most of DHLD’s successful projects started as an initiative of Frans de la Haye and were then developed into commercial products and services with industrial and commercial partners.

 

DE LA HAYE DESIGN is active in Europe, Asia and the USA.