Netali Hernandez is a multi-disciplinary designer who’s clients have ranged from furniture, product, packaging, and residential interior design.
After spending the last six years designing, Netali was invited to show original pieces at the DIN In Design during Salone del Mobile 2018. Netali's designs always try to mix the comfortable with the formal, the useful with the aesthetically pleasing. "Design should be as much enjoyed as it is admired; both warm and welcoming as well as awe-inspiring."
Netali has received recognition for several of her designs, she was USA Regional shortlist at the James Dyson Award 2011 with the Luna trey project, but admits that Milan Design week is the pinnacle of her career as a designer. For this year’s show, she is excited to reveal a new working desk and a Lounge Chair for children. Her latest design is for a premium vodka bottle scheduled for release later this year.
Netali has a BFA in Industrial design from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and lives in Southern California with her husband and two children where she spends her spare time playing with her camera.