Paul Cocksedge Studio
Paul Cocksedge Studio was founded in 2004 by Paul Cocksedge and Joana Pinho. With a strong and dedicated team of collaborators, the Studio has won national and international acclaim for its original and innovative design, underpinned by research into the limits of technology, materials and manufacturing processes. The key feature of the Studio's work, in everything from product design to architectural projects, is a focus on simplicity and imagination in order to create unique people-centered designs.
Category Multidisciplinary Design Consultancies
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2A Brenthouse Road
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Moooi Debuts Gravity Chandelier, Designed by Paul Cocksedge
Paul Cocksedge has partnered with Moooi on a new interpretation of the classic chandelier.
Paul Cocksedge Designs Landmark Project for Broadgate
Paul Cocksedge has designed the landmark project for Broadgate, British Land's campus in City, as part of London Design Festival 2019.
Paul Cocksedge Designs Light Installation for London's Bureau Development
Paul Cocksedge has designed a permanent light installation for London's Bureau - a new development at 90 Fetter Lane that comprises a mix of office and retail space.
Paul Cocksedge Studio Designs Canopy for World's Largest Botanic Garden
Paul Cocksedge Studio recently partnered with Arup to create a 33m-long sculptural shade for the Oman Botanic Garden - designed with Grimshaw Architects and set to be the one of the world's largest garden botanic gardens.
VEIL for Swarovski Crystal Palace
"Veil" by Paul Cocksedge Studio is a four metre high curtain made of 1,440 Swarovski crystals.
Paul Cocksedge Studio Reveals Their Latest Commission on London's Euston Road
Paul Cocksedge Studio has been commissioned by The Wellcome Trust to produce a major display that will illuminate Euston Road in central London.
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FLOS Wins Three 2015 GOOD DESIGN Awards
FLOS won three 2015 GOOD DESIGN Awards for the Shade lamp designed by Paul Cocksedge, the Ipnos lamp by Nicoletta Rossi and Guido Bianchi and The Running Magnet 2.0 architectural lighting system.
Digital Crystal: Swarovski at the Design Museum
The Design Museum and Swarovski are collaborating with a new generation of designers, challenging them to examine the future of memory in the digital age.
BMW Takes Three Category Prizes in the Automotive Brand Contest 2011
BMW has scooped up three of the coveted awards presented by the German Design Council in the Automotive Brand Contest, the new international brand and design competition launched this year.