Scottish-born product designer, Neil Poulton was in Australia this month. Artemide hosted a private dinner for the designer at the Steel Bar & Grill, Sydney with guest designers architects, specifiers and media.
October 30th, 2008
Neil Poulton is a Scottish-born product designer based in Paris. He’s best known for his work with manufacturers LaCie, Artemide and Atelier Sedap.
Poulton has won numerous awards, including seven French "Etoile de l’Observeur du Design” prizes, five German Red dot design awards, three German "IF" prizes, two French “Janus de l’industrie” awards and the Best of The Best Red dot design award 2006 for the Talak table lamp.
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