Raw Color works across design disciplines to materialise colour by blending the fields of Graphic Design, Photography and Product Design. From their Eindhoven based studio Daniera ter Haar and Christoph Brach work together with their team on self initiated and commissioned projects.


Raw Color 

Raw Color blends the fields of Graphic Design, Photography and Product Design in their Eindhoven based studio. The studio has been initiated by the designers Christoph Brach and Daniera ter Haar. Together with their team they are working on self initiated and commissioned projects. The materialisation of colour plays a key role, and can be seen as the core of the studio.

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+31 (0) 40 202 77 10

Beeldbuisring 30
5651 HA Eindhoven
The Netherlands 

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It’s a relief to put names to projects. Raw Color, an Eindhoven-based studio consisting of one Daniera ter Haar and one Christoph Brach, are responsible for a number of impossibly great projects and collaborations that I’ve seen spread out across the ether in a beguiling one-image-wins-prizes sort of way.

It's Nice That – Bryony Quinn

Studio Team:

Daniera ter Haar, Christoph Brach, Tijs Van Nieuwenhuysen, Mirjam de Bruijn and Noortje de Keijzer


Christoph Brach and Daniera ter Haar form Raw Color, a multidisciplinary studio based in Eindhoven (The Netherlands). Their work is ‘raw’ because it dives towards the core, striving for simplicity. And it’s ‘color’ not only because they strongly master the art of colours, but also because it’s an element present in all the different fields they explore – graphic design, photography and product –, uniting and highlighting their work’s diversity. 

Metal Magazine – Catarina Marques


Adidas, Arco, Baars & Bloemhoff, Centre for International Light Art Unna, Design Academy Eindhoven, De Ploeg, Dutch Design Week, Dutch Invertuals, Febrik, Forbo, Harmony, Kvadrat, Nanimarquina, Puig, Samsung, Santa & Cole, Schunck, Selfridges, Stijlinstituut Amsterdam and TextielMuseum.


Perhaps no contemporary studio’s work has pushed color into as defining a role as the Dutch duo Raw Color.

Sight Unseen – Jill Singer


The studio work has been recognised and showcased national and international:
The Aram Gallery, Cooper Hewitt Museum, Chamber Gallery, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Museum of Applied Art Frankfurt, Valerie Traan, Galerie S. Bensimon, University of Georgia, Dutch Design Week, Museum of Craft and Design San Francisco, Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Nederlands Fotomuseum, Salone del Mobile Milano and others.


Crafting everything from textiles to brand identity to a carpet collection for Nanimarquina, Christoph Brach and Daniera ter Haar mix product making and graphic expression in whole new ways. 

Azure – David Dick-Agnew


Next to the studio projects Raw Color is teaching at Design Academy Eindhoven for several years.
They also have been regularly invited for several lectures and workshops at: ArtEZ Arnhem, Elisava, IED Madrid, Fachhochschule für Gestaltung Darmstadt, Design Yatra Goa, Academy of Art Berlin Weissensee, Design na Praça, Otis College of Art and Design LA, Demo Design Festival Barcelona and others.


There’s a cleanliness and simplicity to their aesthetic, an aspect they try to communicate and uphold in their visual work, with color, of course, being the unifying element.

Sight Unseen – Rae Blunstone

Many thanks to the former team members.
Designers – Anne Kolkman, Iris IJsvelt, Interns – Jasmijn Schoonen, Mattie Rasker, Franziska Froebe, Fieke Klerkx, Carmen Steenbrink, Lydienne Albertoe, François Elain, Lucas Dubois, Elena Guttierez, Angelique Lemaître, Agniete Preidyte, Nina Kleintjes, Dominik Bubel, Vanssa Müller, Astrid Hesse, Flore de Crombrugge, Stefan van Rijn, Sophia Twigt, Ingrid Nijhoff, Lisa Favreau, Marlies van Boxtel, Winneke de Groot, Pieter Jan Boterhoek, Coen van Leeuwen, Steven van der Wel, Jantien den Hamer, Joy Siegmund