Troika is a multi-disciplinary art and design practice founded in 2003 by Conny Freyer, Eva Rucki and Sebastien Noel, who met while studying at the Royal College of Art in London.
With backgrounds in graphic and communication, art, product design and engineering, Troika has developed a variety of self-initiated and commissioned projects that are both engaging and demanding to the user, from printed matter to product design and custom art installations. Their approach focuses on the contamination between the arts and design disciplines, and is born out of love for simplicity, playfulness and an essential desire for provocation.
Troika has shown at prominent museums and galleries worldwide, and they have authored two books to date: Digital by Design (2008) and Moscow Style (2005). In 2007 they were named one of the top 50 hottest UK names in design by The Guardian, and in 2006 were given the NESTA Award for innovation.