Christine Hiller and Dennis Quast of HQ Designs have been writing articles for the German edition of the online magazine for several years now. We know them as reliable and dedicated copywriters, who score with reliability and flexibility in addition to their professional competence. We can therefore recommend them to potential customers.
Through their years of experience, Ms. Hiller and Mr. Quast gave our readers not only informative facts but also useful tips on the complex subject of lighting. It was their insightful contribution that gave two of our book projects a very interesting topic in a high quality style.
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How HQ Designs gives you a head start on upcoming trends
In times of internet and social media, it’s not difficult to get many impressions of the different trends in the interior. But whether it really is about future trends, is often depending on your gut feeling.
And that’s exactly where HQ Designs comes in.
In our journal and commissioned work (contact us) we research the trends in the fields of “lighting design”, “home textiles” and “furniture design”. No doctoral thesis, but accurate and authentic predictions that you can trust.
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Christine Hiller has over 15 years of experience in the lighting and interior industry. She’s known for several specialized articles in the interior sector, which have already been widely published on the internet and in print media.
With an unmistakable feeling for upcoming trends in the light, home textiles and furniture sector, Christine Hiller and Dennis Quast are researching for various clients, which is of interest to the design world of tomorrow.