He graduated the University of Tasmania, and after that he defended his Master’s degree at the Island School of Design, Before starting his own design studio, the 28-year-old Australian worked successfully in New York. London is the next stop where the young designer continues his search in the sphere of technologies and diverse aesthetics.
“Both local and global cultures have significant influence in contemporary design. Global culture promotes the current trends across the world whereas local culture brings unique inspirations from condensed traditions or practices. It’s where these two cultures meet that is the exciting aspect of design.”
Brodie Neill’s E-turn for Kundalini
The shape of @ chair is non-breakable crystals
Jet desk encrusted with swarovski crystals