Ross Lovegrove describes himself as a 21st-century translator of technology into relatable, everyday products. Inspired by the logic of nature, he brings together technology, material science and intelligent, organic forms across architecture and design. Originally from Wales, he studied at London’s Royal College of Art, graduating in 1983 with a Master in Design. After working abroad for three years, he returned to London in 1986 and created his studio in Notting Hill. Lovegrove’s work has been part of numerous exhibitions and is in museum collections around the world including those of the MoMA, New York, Axis Centre, Japan, the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Vitra Design Museum in Weil Am Rhein and Lo don’s Design Museum, for which he curated the first permanent collection in 1993. Ross Lovegrove was awarded Royal Designer for Industry by The Royal Society of Arts in 2003.