Ross Lovegrove was born in 1958 in Wales. He completed a degree in Industrial Design in Manchester in 1980 and a Master of Design at the Royal Collage of Art in London three years later. During the ‘80s, he worked on projects designing products like the Sony Walkman and computers for Apple. He also collaborated with Jean Nouvel and Phillipe Stark. In 1986, he returned to London and established his own design practice, Studio X. Inspired by nature, Ross Lovegrove’s visionary work incorporates elements of materials science, technology, and organic forms. His designs have been published and exhibited internationally, including at the Pompidou Center in Paris, the Guggenheim Museum and MoMA in New York, and the Design Museum, London. Ross Lovegrove’s work has received many awards, including the Red Dot Best of the Best award and Good Design awards.
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