Ahead of his talk at Design Shanghai tomorrow, the British designer spoke to Icon about his design philosophy and his connection to China

Published in News

The British designer froze metal to –346 degrees while living in a Liverpool factory to produce a collection of tactile, weighty furniture, on display in an exhibition in New York. Caia Hagel went to the show’s opening

Published in Review
Thursday, 20 November 2014 12:12

The Vamp by Paul Cocksedge

In an effort to reanimate used electronic equipment, the London-based designer has created a Bluetooth device that you can stick onto any old speaker to play music

Published in News
Wednesday, 29 February 2012 15:12

Paul Cocksedge

There’s an honesty to all the things I’ve selected. Timelessness is important, something that’s going to be true in years to come; it’s not just about now. But it’s also what’s going on in my head. This is me at this point; it’s my life at this moment.

Published in Five Most Wanted
Wednesday, 29 February 2012 11:41

Beijing Design Week

How does China hope to excel in design as well as manufacturing? Christopher Turner finds out.

Published in Review
Tuesday, 17 June 2008 08:54

Paul Cocksedge

Neon veins and arteries mysteriously appear and disappear from two 11m-long arms stretching across the front of the Wellcome Trust on Euston Road, London, by local designer Paul Cocksedge.
Published in ICON 057 | March 2008
Friday, 23 March 2007 09:23

Milan Top Ten | icon 024 | June 2005

So farewell Milan and hello, er, Rho-Pero. With the Salone Internazionale di Mobile moving to a new out-of-town location next year, this year’s furniture fair marked the end of an era.

Published in ICON 024 | June 2005

“Design education is rubbish” “Graduates are clueless about the real world” “This is a terrible time for design”

Published in ICON 012 | May 2004