Acclaimed British designer Paul Cocksedge will discuss the process behind his studio’s projects, which include everything from products and architectural installations to public art pieces and furniture design. He will explore the importance of putting simplicity at the heart of his work, and discuss using design to deliver it at all scales. In the wake of his newly revealed Paternoster Square installation, Cocksedge will also speak about the role a sense of place can play in projects, and the importance of making people-centred design work – a practice he's been honing for the last decade.
Paul Cocksedge, Principal, 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 Studio’s work includes KISS for City of Milan, the Living Staircase for Ampersand in London, Paul Cocksedge’s recent acclaimed solo exhibition at the Friedman Benda Gallery in New York, as well as the launch of The Vamp®, which connects speakers with new wireless technologies.