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Rob Langendijk - Designers.org

Rob Langendijk

Professional in Sanitary Ware Design.

About Rob Langendijk

miscea designs and develops the industry’s only fully-integrated sensor faucet that can give water and multiple liquids from one system to assist in improving hand hygiene and safety. Based in Berlin, Germany, miscea is a privately held company with over 10 years experience in developing high quality and innovative products for commercial, medical and private applications. Winner of many international awards and recognitions, miscea is committed to designing outstanding products that enhance people’s lives and create an emotional connection.

  • 2-Time Winner of Sanitary Ware Design Award.
  • Specialized in Sanitary Ware Design.
  • 2 Featured Original Designs.
  • Highly Creative, Diligent and Innovative.
  • All Designs
  • Sanitary Ware
miscea KITCHEN Sensor Faucet

miscea KITCHEN Sensor Faucet

Sanitary Ware Design

miscea LIGHT Sensor Faucet for bathrooms

miscea LIGHT Sensor Faucet for bathrooms

Sanitary Ware Design


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Interview with Rob Langendijk

What kind of emotions do you feel when you design?
This depends on what stage in the design process the project is at and what hurdles must be overcome along the way. Usually excitment and enthusiam is generally felt at the begining of the project, however along the way feelings of frustration can occur due to hurdles or roadblocks. Ultimately when a project is realised, it only brings positive emotions.
What kind of emotions do you feel when your designs are realized?
For any designer, a feeling of accomplishment is obvious. Joy, pride and excitment are other emotions that come to mind when a project is realised.
What makes a design successful?
In my point of view, a successful design must satisfy a number of different criteria. Firstly it must be innovative in some way so that it adds value to the user or society. The design must also be functional and effective in achieving its purpose it was designed for. Attention to detail is also another criteria for a successful design as well as being user oriented. If people find it difficult to use, the liklihood of it being widely accepted is less. Successful designs must also be aesthetically appealing because for products to be used on an everyday basis, it must have a positive effect on the poeple using it.
Do you work as a team, or do you develop your designs yourself?
At miscea, we work with a team to develop our ideas. We gain feedback from the market through our sales and marketing team and work with a team of dedicated designers and engineers to develop new products.
Do you have any works-in-progress being designed that you would like to talk about?
There are a number of projects in the pipeline which are due to be launched in the early half of 2015. These products will be for the kitchen and bathroom market.
How can people contact you?
miscea can be contacted by email at info@miscea.com, or by telephone on +49 33701 3553-0

Extended Interview with Rob Langendijk

What is the dream project you haven’t yet had time to realize?
This depends on what stage in the design process the project is at and what hurdles must be overcome along the way. Usually excitment and enthusiam is generally felt at the begining of the project, however along the way feelings of frustration can occur due to hurdles or roadblocks. Ultimately when a project is realised, it only brings positive emotions.
What is your secret recipe of success in design, what is your secret ingredient?
For any designer, a feeling of accomplishment is obvious. Joy, pride and excitment are other emotions that come to mind when a project is realised.
Who are some other design masters and legends you get inspired from?
In my point of view, a successful design must satisfy a number of different criteria. Firstly it must be innovative in some way so that it adds value to the user or society. The design must also be functional and effective in achieving its purpose it was designed for. Attention to detail is also another criteria for a successful design as well as being user oriented. If people find it difficult to use, the liklihood of it being widely accepted is less. Successful designs must also be aesthetically appealing because for products to be used on an everyday basis, it must have a positive effect on the poeple using it.
What do you wish people to ask about your design?
At miscea, we work with a team to develop our ideas. We gain feedback from the market through our sales and marketing team and work with a team of dedicated designers and engineers to develop new products.
When you see a new great design or product what comes into your mind?
There are a number of projects in the pipeline which are due to be launched in the early half of 2015. These products will be for the kitchen and bathroom market.
Who is your ideal design partner? Do you believe in co-design?
miscea can be contacted by email at info@miscea.com, or by telephone on +49 33701 3553-0

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