Who we are

GHYCZY [git-si] is a high-end Dutch interior design brand founded in 1972 by architect and interior designer Peter Ghyczy. Peter's technical expertise as an interior designer were further shaped during his time at Vitra, where he worked on the first Vitra design collection. Peter is best known for the iconic Garden Egg Chair - now on display in the permanent collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.

To this day, GHYCZY has remained a family run business with Peter's son, Felix Ghyczy, as the Owner & Art Director. Our brand is defined by the meticulous attention applied to technical and durable furniture production. Whereby every product that we produce in our atelier in the South of the Netherlands is tailor-made by a select group of bespoke artisans. We make it our responsibility to design and create products that are long-lasting and can be given to the next generation.

GHYCZY has maintained a specialized design practice, by ensuring that each product is hand-crafted with refined materials. This versatile approach to furniture design has allowed GHYCZY to remain pertinent in the contemporary.

Our values

Architect and interior designer Peter Ghyczy continues to centre, at the core of his design practice, the importance of creating technical solutions through furniture production. GHYCZY's design philosophy, thus, focuses on the technical construction of every design in order to provide our customers with high-end products that are both durable and aesthetically pleasing.

The GHYCZY atelier in the South of the Netherlands provides a space that ensures every GHYCZY design is meticulously crafted by a select group of artisans. We always work with carefully sourced materials: natural oakwood from the Black Forest in Germany, walnut, cherry, and specialized fabric upholstering - provided by DEDAR Milano.

Utimately, our values coincide with our aversion to contemporary throwaway and mass-production culture. We make it our responsibility to hand-craft and custom-make every GHYCZY product. Thus, reducing waste production and maintaining our values around durable materiality and timeless interior furniture.