Directors Wilhelm Finger and Melita Skamnaki lead every project with a core team of experienced designers and curators, together with a wide and developing network of experts, artists and designers, and fabricators specially sourced for each assignment.
The experience of Double Decker’s founders is unique. With a background in communications, fashion, design and art history, together with our international multidisciplinary team, we are able to predict the ebbs and flows of popular culture, and the changing needs of the modern traveller.
We curate. We design. We produce.
Double Decker’s practice encompasses a full range of creative services.
Wilhelm Finger is a curator and creative consultant. He holds a postgraduate diploma in Communication Design from Central Saint Martins and a Master’s Degree in Curating Contemporary Design from Kingston University in partnership with the Design Museum, London. He has curated publications, exhibitions and programmes in internationally acclaimed museums around the globe – Oscar Niemeyer Museum, Brazil; Design Museum, London; Science Museum, London; and Onassis Cultural Centre Athens. He has given lectures in several art and design institutions (Design Museum, Kingston University). He has over 20 years experience in the creative industries and has worked as an art director for leading publications such as Wonderland, Ten Magazine, IQONS Magazine, The Times and Tush Magazine, as well as creating design concepts for Studio UK, working on accounts such as Comme des Garçons, Shiseido and Topshop.
Melita Skamnaki is curator and creative consultant. She holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Design from Kingston University in partnership with the Design Museum, London. She has also studied Art and Design at Camberwell College of Arts, and Creative Advertising at West Thames College, London. She has curated publications as well as exhibitions and programmes in museums like the Oscar Niemeyer Museum, Brazil; Design Museum, London; Science Museum, London; and Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens. She has given lectures in several Art and Design institutions like the Design Museum and Kingston University in London. Before moving to London she worked as a copywriter and creative director at DDB Athens, Upset and Ogilvy Athens, dealing with clients such us Vodafone, Aegean Airlines, Action Aid etc. Her work has been nominated and awarded for several creativity and effectiveness awards.