I have been selected as one of the Design Council’s ‘Ones to Watch‘. The campaign which features 70 designers who they feel represent the future of British design, made as part of the Design Councils 70th anniversary celebrations. An online showcase of all the 70 designers can be viewed here. The panel who selected … Read More
Blastproof was recognised in this years Core77 Awards. Landmines are but a vicarious news item (or metaphor) for most of us, but they are a daily reality for residents of war-torn nations. Royal College of Art student Chris Natt brings us an interactive look into the daily lives of the people responsible for removing the weapons from … Read More
Blastproof will be shown as part of the Sustain RCA exhibition from September 19th and October 3rd at the RCA (Kensington Campus).
I have been awarded the 2013 Design Innovation in plastics Award. The jury who selected my work consisted of : Richard Brown (G&A Moulding Technology) Mandy Haberman (Haberman Products) Rob Holdway (Giraffe Innovation) Dr Robin Kent (Tangram Technology) Morag Hutcheon (Quadro Design Associates) Ian Kelshaw (Bayer MaterialScience) James Steiner (PDD).
I have been awarded a Design London fellowship and have commenced studying as part of the Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Design Fellowship program. The Fellowship is based at Imperial College Business School and focuses on developing business skills in design and engineering. Project Sting (my graduate project from my BA at Brunel University) is one of … Read More
Sketch rendering from my first year at the Royal College of Art are to be Exhibited in the Man Group Drawing Prize Exhibition from the 4-8 April. Courtyard Galleries- Ground floor Darwin, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU
I have been awarded the 2010 Northern Futures Award in the 3D design category. The jury who selected my work consisted of – Ben Kelly (Ben Kelly Studio), Moritz Waldemeyer (Moritz Waldemeyer Studio), Donna Loveday (Head of Curatorial – Design Museum), Tim Abrahams (Blueprint Magazine), Jason Bruges (Jason Bruges Studio), Conny Freyer (Troika), Theresa Dowling … Read More
Stimuli 3.0 took two out of the six awards on offer at The Lightings Association Student Awards 2009, Receiving overall second place as well as the Philips awards. The Philips award includes a trip to Eindhoven in Holland where Philips is based.
The Universal Generator has been selected as one of the 72 finalist taking part in the INDEX – Design to Improve Life awards.The finalists had to compete with more than 700 initial entries from the global design community. The Awards include a touring exhibition of 69 of the finnalists work, the following dates and locations … Read More
Tom Dixon has chosen Universal Generator as one of his top 5 designs in Noise Festival 2008. “I think what’s interesting about it is that it’s tackling a very, very real problem which is energy generation, particularly micro-energy generation, in communities which might not have a lot of electricity. British engineering for sure is still … Read More