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Ross Lovegrove

Born in Cardiff, Wales, Ross Lovegrove studied at Manchester Polytechnic where he earned a First Class BA in industrial design in 1980 before moving on to the London Royal College of Art, where he graduated with a Master of Design in 1983. Since 1988, he has run his own studio in London together with Julian Brown. In addition, he founded his own studio Studio X in 1990. Lovegrove has worked for countless well-known manufacturers, from Apple, Olympus and Sony through Kartell, Issey Miyake, Moroso and Artemide to airlines such as Japan Airlines, British Airways or Peugeot Airbus - a portfolio which leaves nothing to be desired. In addition Lovegrove has developed design concepts for Louis Vuitton, Hermès and Mandarina Duck, worked as an advisor at Knoll International in Paris, and collaborated with his colleagues Jean Nouvel & Philippe Starck as Atelier de Nîmes.

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5 New Design Exhibitions for April 2017

...The Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s opens at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, 2 East 91st Street, New York, NY 10128 on Friday April 7th and runs until Sunday August 20th "Ross Lovegrove - Convergence" at Centre Pompidou, Paris, France In March 2017 Le Centre Pompidou, Paris launched Mutations/Créations, a programme of events conceived to explore questions concerning the future of digital technology and creativity... Following on from the inaugural exhibition Imprimer le monde, Le Centre Pompidou present with Convergence an exhibition devoted to the work of the Welsh designer Ross Lovegrove...

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