Daniel Stromborg’s young, but already robust career is informed by a variety of evolving professional interests. After studying pre-med and comparative literature at the University of Montana, Stromborg fell into object design and furniture making. He briefly studied Interior Architecture at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, before moving to Los Angeles to study Environmental Design at The Art Center of Design in Pasadena. It was in this context that Stromborg added brand-based and conceptual work to his interests.
After stints with digital-imaging pioneer April Greiman and furniture designer Richard Holbrook, Stromborg worked with Knoll-designer Don Chadwick. Accordingly, his first introduction to Knoll product design came while he worked as Lead Designer on Chadwick’s Spark Series. Stromborg left Chadwick’s studio to pursue his own projects full-time and collaborated with Knoll to create the Stromborg Table. He is currently working with his studio – The Creative Common Good – on a variety of contracted projects, creating inventive consumer electronics, residential furniture, and branding.