The climate crisis, the pandemic, and increasing social inequality pose major challenges for all of us. Design and design thinking can play an active role in addressing these issues and have a positive impact on the way we live.
Join our web seminar and hear from Luke Pearson, co-founder and managing director of award-winning product, furniture and innovation design studio Pearson Lloyd, about how he is addressing these challenges through his work.
The ONLINE EXPERT TALK was held in English.
Luke Pearson is co-founder and managing director of Pearson Lloyd, a design studio for products, furniture and innovation.Luke studied Industrial Design at Central St Martins (BA Hons 1991) before completing a Masters degree in Furniture Design at the Royal College of Art in 1993. Together with Tom Lloyd, he founded Pearson Lloyd in 1997. Over the last twenty-five years the agency has designed products, systems and environments for the residential, workplace, transport and healthcare sectors. Working closely with clients such as consumer brands, manufacturers and retailers, the agency has a unique understanding of user needs and business requirements.
Find out how he meets the challenges of design and design thinking in this ONLINE EXPERT TALK with Luke Pearson, co-founder of the design studio Pearson Lloyd.
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