Danny Venlet was born in Victoria, Australia of Dutch parents. He studied interior design at Sint-Lukas, the Institute for Architecture and Arts in Brussels.
Back in Australia, Venlet came together with Marc Newson and Tina Engelen to form Daffodil design.
Venlet then started to attract international attention with large-scale interior projects such as the Burdekin hotel in Sydney, and Q-bar, an Australian chain of nightclubs. Specifically for these projects Venlet devised the Q-stool, Burdekin Table and Burdekin chair. Following his cooperation with Neil Burley (1988) and Marc Newson (1998 to 1990) he eventually opened up his own studio, Venlet Interior Architecture, in 1991.
His design projects range from private mansions, lofts, bars and restaurants all the way to showrooms and offices of large companies such as Timberland or Siemens.
Venlet also teaches interior design at Sint-Lukas in Brussels.
Venlet Interior Architecture
1000 Brussels BE