Jay Osgerby Shares Insights On The Past, Present And Future At IDS18
Jay Osgerby, began the eponymous London-based, design studio Barber & Osgerby in 1996 with fellow alumnus Edward Barber. Their diverse body of work spans industrial design, furniture and site-specific installations as well as limited edition pieces and public commissions such as the London 2012 Olympic Torch. With a Master’s degrees in Architecture from The Royal College of Art in London, Jay specializes in research-led investigation of the projects he commits to.
Barber & Osgerby’s work is held in permanent museum collections around the world including the V&A and the Design Museum in London, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and Art Institute of Chicago. Jay was awarded ‘Royal Designer for Industry’ by the RSA and an OBE for his services to the design industry and has led the development of collections for Vitra, B&B Italia, Venini, FLOS, Knoll, Isokon Plus, Galerie kreo, Glas Italia, Hermès, Mutina, Royal Doulton and the Royal Mint.
You can see Jay Osgerby on the Caesarstone Stage as he talks about the studio’s work, past, present and future on Trade Day. His talk will be presented by Vitra.
Photo by Alisa Connan