Dependable. Enthusiastic. Goofball.
Meg Czaja is an Industrial Designer specializing in upholstered furniture for West Elm. She also works as Part-time Faculty member; Drawing for Product Design at Parsons School of Constructed Environments, and graduated with distinction from Pratt Institute's Master of Industrial Design program.
After studying furniture design in Copenhagen, Denmark, Meg has been designing and fabricating objects based on Scandinavian principles. She believes in the beauty that exists in simplicity, the importance of honest materials and construction, and the impact of intertwining narrative within an object. She is an advocate for the visibility of women in design and actively strives to encourage and take part in a new generation of female designers.
Meg also believes wholeheartedly in the importance of play, and seeks to find ways to allow individuals to engage in active, dynamic, "free" play throughout a lifetime.