Architect and industrial designer - Chairman
Teit has worked in a broad field of design, from buildings and street furniture down to coins and stamps. After graduating from the school of architecture of the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, he joined the office of architect Arne Jacobsen until Jacobsen’s death in 1971. During this period, he took part in the design of Cylinda-line tableware and was responsible for the design of Vola tap and the new Royal Danish Embassy in London. Afterward, he became a partner in Dissing+Weitling architects until 2003, when he established the office Weylandt Design.
His clientele includes clients such as Novo Nordisk, Louis Poulsen, Philips, Vola, Lindberg, The Danish Parliament, Danmarks Nationalbank, Post Danmark, DSB and Aarhus University.Teit has received a vast number of awards, such as the 1st prize of Japanese Good Design Grand Prize Award, two German iF-Prizes, the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage, some Danish ID-Prizes and a shared IG-Prize. In 2016, Teit received the Thorvald Bindesbøll Medal, an award granted by the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts for excellence in the fields of applied art and industrial design.
Head of Design - Partner
Ioanna Drakaki is an awarded graphic designer and the founder of creative studio Lazy Snail.
She holds a BA (Hons) in Graphic Design from Middlesex University, London and AKTO School, Athens. Over the last 15 years, Ioanna has been debriefing clients, developing design ideas, leading creatives, managing projects and working in close collaboration with subcontractors within printing and packaging production. Today, as head of design at Lazy Snail she is responsible for the creative ideas and the final image of the products and services designed by the company's two offices in Denmark and Greece for clients in Europe, North America, and Asia.
Managing Director - Partner
Jannik attended a three-year education program which included one year at Global Fotoskole, a private school of photography, in Copenhagen. Upon completion of his studies, he spent a year in Barcelona doing street photography, tutored by Photographer Thomas Vilhelm. He then returned to Copenhagen for an internship with Photographer Casper Sejersen. In 2002, he registered as Jannik Weylandt Photography and until 2008 he worked as a freelance photographer and as a lighting assistant in film and theater productions. In 2011, Jannik became co-owner of Lazy snail and the Managing Director of the company.
Eleni is a BA and master’s degree graduate from Vakalo College in Athens. Previously and for more than five years, she had been employed by advertising agencies in Athens, where her work won awards in some of the most important graphic design contests, such as the Red Dot Design Awards and the Pentawards. At Lazy snail, she has been one of the critical members of the communication design and branding department since 2014.
Maro has studied Journalism & Mass Media at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In the past, she worked as a cultural journalist for magazines and free-press editions.
At Lazy snail, Maro is responsible for project management, researching and communicating with suppliers.
Senior Art Director - Illustrator
Serafim is a graduate of the Department of Graphic Design at TEI of Athens. He has been exploring various fields of design since 2007, such as sculpting, artistic bookbinding, animation, and board games. He has also created his own typeface. In 2011 he joined Lazy snail as an intern, and he is now one of the key members of the communication design and branding department.
Dimitra holds a BA in Applied Mathematics and a Master's degree in Neuroscience. She worked as a research assistant in various international institutes and is still an enthusiast for science and new technologies. Joining the Lazy Snail team as a copywriter and social media manager might sound like straying way off-course at first. Truth is, that her double life finally caught up with her.. Being a bookworm, and moonlighting as a writer here and there on art blogs and online magazines was always more of a passion than anything else. She never thought it would actually become a real job. But then again that's the best kind of jobs, isn't it? :)
Kostas Kiriakakis is as versatile as he is passionate, with illustrations that speak directly to the hearts and minds of his audience. You can find his work in ads, on packaging, storyboards, layouts, concepts, video games, children’s books, editorials, book covers, and comics. Kostis professional career started in 1998 as an illustrator in an animation studio, after which he worked as a freelancer for twelve years, before bringing his vast experience and talents to Lazy Snail.
Carolina holds a bachelor and master's degree in Architecture from the Polytecnico di Torino.
Finishing her studies, she decided to further explore her interest in graphic design and packaging.
She has worked as a packaging designer for creative agencies and has acquired professional experience both in Italy and Denmark. She left Copenhagen for Crete and literally pedalled her way to the south, in search of sunnier skies.
Being herself a tree hugger and outdoors lover, she naturally fit to Lazy snail’s microclimate- and to its Copenhagen/Crete split personality.