Julian Brown

Born in 1955 in Northampton, England, he graduates with a degree in Industrial Design in 1978 and begins his career at the studio of David Carter Associates, later earning a Master's degree in Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art in London. He then works at the Porsche Design studio in Zell am See, Austria, a job he leaves in 1986 to establish Lovegrove and Brown Design Studio with Ross Lovegrove in London. In 1990 he opens his own studio. His collaboration with Rexite gives birth to several multi-award-winning objects, such as the Vercingetorige alarm clock, the Attila can-crusher, the Hannibal tape dispenser and the Standard desk set. Julian Brown collaborates with many companies in Europe and Japan and currently lives and works in Bristol, England.