Exceptional products express their personalities. Coming to life when they are used, they can take on the mood of the users (13° 60° 104° decanter), they can take on the behaviour of the objects contained (Gauge flower vase), they can be shy or extrovert while performing their job (22° 36° 48° bowl).
Designer Jim Rokos FRSA explores the physical properties of materials to generate aesthetic, intriguing concepts. Rokos creates products of exceptional quality, made without compromise at any stage of the process, from design to manufacture. Rokos won the prestigious 2012 Reddot Design award for the 13° 60° 104° Wine Decanter and the Enterprise Europe Network Award 2014 for the Gauge vase. The vase also won the German Design Award 2017, for Excellent Product Design.
Jim is a multi award-winning designer. His innovative cat-food bowl won BBC’s Tomorrow’s World's Best Inventions pilot in 2001. Whilst studying, D&AD included his work 'in-book' (2006). His Blindspot series is Design Parade selected (2007). In 2008, he won an RSA Design Directions award and in 2012 the Faces of Design award.
Originally he trained as a model-maker in the film and television industry (working on The Muppet Treasure Island, Band of Brothers, Tomb Raider, Victoria and Albert). Jim then went on to teach at a special needs school in London before completing a Master’s degree (2006) in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design (part of London’s University of the Arts).
Working from his studio in London, Jim is passionate to explore materials to create original and visually beautiful, refined concepts. He enjoys every stage of the design process. New creative techniques are sought to generate original ideas. Visit Jim's website here:
We are committed to achieving environmental best practice throughout our business activities.
Glass is a fully recyclable material. The material's structure does not deteriorate when reprocessed, so 100% of waste can be used in the manufacturing process.
Stainless steel is a green product as it is 100% recyclable. In production, stainless steel uses scrap metal as its primary raw material.
In 2016, Jim curated the very first Dyslexic Design exhibition, which was designed by Ab Rogers and hosted by designjunction. The show challenged perceptions of dyslexia by accentuating its positive effects and its close association with design. Dyslexic Design is a Silver Winner in the London Design Awards; category: Pop-Ups, Display, Exhibit & Set Design. It was also nominated for the iF Social Impact Prize 2017 for Health & Demographic Change. Many now consider Jim's work to be a symbol of the gifts that dyslexia can bring.
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