Kristýna Mikolášková and Tereza Drobná studied design together at the Czech Technical University in Prague. Kristýna then graduated from UMPRUM in the K.O.V studio led by Prof. Eva Eisler, and Tereza started working as a designer for Preciosa Lighting. Since 2021 they have been forming the design duo Mikolášková&Drobná. Their first project, Scene Collection, presented at the international exhibition Designblok 2021, received a nomination for the Designblok 2021 Awards in the category Best Installation by a Designer or Design Studio. The designers were also included in the Erste Premier Talent Display Selection, and they won the Best Installation Award at the Czech Design Week 2021 festival. They were also finalists in the Czech Grand Design 2021 in the Discovery of the Year category.

Tereza Drobná studied design at the Czech Technical University, where she had the opportunity to try working with a wide range of materials. Later she began to concentrate on working with glass. At that time, she created the Gem solitaire, which won the Preciosa Master of Crystal award and was also nominated for the Czech Grand Design. Tereza had an internship at Benoy Studio in London and a study stay at Politecnico di Milano.

Kristýna Mikolášková studied design at the Czech Technical University and then at the Concept-Object-Meaning studio under the guidance of Eva Eisler at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague. She has exhibited her work at numerous Czech and international exhibitions, e.g. in Milan, Munich or Vienna. Her diploma work My Place was selected for the collection of the Mint Gallery in London and was also included in the selection of TALENTE in Munich.