Industrial Designers in the United Kingdom
Tom Dixon (OBE) is an internationally renowned British designer, Creative Director of eponymous brand Tom Dixon (est. 2002). His works are included in permanent collections of the world's most prestigious museums, including the V&A and the MoMA. Tom Dixon has built his universe through intensely diverse experiences, from music, contemporary lighting, furniture and accessories to high profile projects.
Marc Newson is one of the most accomplished and influential designers of his generation. At 45, he has already worked across a wide range of disciplines to create everything from chairs, household objects, a bicycle and a concept car to restaurants, a recording studio and interiors of private and commercial jets, for clients based in Europe, North America, Asia and Australia.
Sebastian Bergne lives and works in London. His designs are characterised more by his approach than by a particular use of shapes.
As an industrial designer, Ross Lovegrove has worked for numerous internationally important manufacturers and is regarded as one of the most important contemporary industrial designers. Ross Lovegrove's works are often inspired by forms from nature; in addition, he is an expert on ergonomy, using cutting-edge materials and manufacturing techniques.
Charlie Webber is a UK based new product development design engineer who has worked on global projects for energetic startups and industry leaders.
Tom Robinson is an industrial designer with 7 years of experience designing products, furniture and spaces for brands including Panasonic, Virgin Galactic, Made, Coca-Cola, John Lewis & the V&A Museum.
Phil Cuttance is a designer based in London, UK. His objects aim to surprise and provoke, crossing boundaries of genre, material and taste. While his designs are intended for production, Cuttance constructs all the prototypes from scratch, and values the hands-on creation process as a source of ideas and knowledge.
G2 Innovation is an innovation consultancy, specializing in helping businesses to develop and finance new technology and products.
To think in a non-linear fashion. To create products that engage users emotionally, promote happiness and ensure people love what they are doing, wherever they are and whoever they're there with.
Bilge Nur Saltik is a product designer based in London. Her approach to design merges culture in a contemporary way.
Marcelle van Beusekom is a designer, creative thinker and do-er currently working and living in London. Beusekom's experience is based on Strategic and Hardware Design development within the context of several design consultancies and in-house corporations.
Alasdair MacLaine is a product designer and engineer based in London.