Ross Lovegrove

Ross"born 1958 in wales, graduated from manchester polytechnic in 1980, master of
design of royal college of art, london in 1983. in the early 80’s worked as a
designer for frog design in west germany on projects such as walkmans for
sony, computers for apple computers, later moved to paris as a consultant to
knoll international. invited to join the atelier de nimes along with jean
nouvel and phillipe stark, consulting to amongst others cacharel, louis
vuitton, hermes and dupont. returned to london in 1988, in 1990 lovegrove
inaugurated studio X, his own personal studio in london’s notting
hill. he worked on projects for amongst others british airways, kartell,
cappellini, phillips, moroso, driade, mazda, apple computers, olympus
cameras, luceplan,  tag heuer, fratelli guzzini, alias and herman
miller. winner of numerous international awards his work has been published
and exhibited internationally including the museum of modern art in new
york, the guggenheim museum NY, axis centre japan, pompidou centre,
paris and the design museum, london, when in 1993 he curated the first
permanent collection. his work was shown in many solo exhibitions, mong
them: ‘ross lovegrove -design’ at the danish museum of decorative art in copenhagen, ‘ross lovegrove objects’ in stockholm, ‘organic dreams’ at IDEE
in tokyo and ‘sensual organic design’ at yamagiwa corporation in tokyo."


Ross Lovegrove
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