PearsonLloyd is a London based design studio founded by Tom Lloyd and Luke Pearson in 1997. The relationship between people, product and place lies at the heart of the studio's practice. Current commissions include research and development across a wide variety of disciplines including furniture and product design in workplace, transport, healthcare and urban environments. These projects seek to identify and reflect the shifting patterns of behavior in our contemporary life.
Category Industrial Design Studios
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Mentions of PearsonLloyd
Teknion Launches Essa Light Task Chair by PearsonLloyd
Teknion has launched Essa, a light task chair designed by PearsonLloyd. Perfect for relaxed and comfortable professional settings or home office set-ups, Essa captures a pure, sculptural shape within a pared-down scale.
Teknion Introduces New Banqs Banquette Seating for Mixed-Use Spaces
Teknion has unveiled Banqs, a focused collection of sofas with screens, tables and accessories designed by PearsonLloyd.
Teknion Wins Seven 2016 Good Design Awards
Teknion has announced that seven of its products have been named 2016 GOOD DESIGN Award winners.
Winners of 2013 International Design Excellence Awards
The Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) has today revealed the winners of its 2013 International Design Excellence Awards.
World Leading UK Designers to Tackle Violence and Aggression in A&E Departments
Leading design agency, PearsonLloyd, has been chosen to spearhead a new design-led approach to reducing violence and aggression in hospital Accident and Emergency departments.
Leading British Designers and Architects Improve Privacy and Dignity in NHS Hospitals
The Department of Health launched its Design for Patient Dignity project with the Design Council to bring some of the best minds in the design industry to bear on issues affecting both hospital patients and NHS staff.
PARCS: Bene Launches New Meeting Environments Developed by PearsonLloyd
PARCS is an innovative furniture programme developed in collaboration between Bene and PearsonLloyd, set to change the design of the workplace.