In 2001, Australian based designer Nick Rennie created 'happy finish design', where his intent was, and still is, to explore design that takes its inspiration from interaction with everyday items.

To breathe new life in to the repetition of domesticity, and to do it in a way that engages the user and elicits an emotional reaction, is the very essence of Rennie's professional ambition. For him, design is a shared process, the finished product owing equally to the vision of a manufacturer, the needs of a user and to his own passion for expression.

Rennie has a comprehensive knowledge of materials and technology, and continually strives to explore their limitations. He looks to develop products that are precise, yet simple and above all are meant to be enjoyed.