Luke Pearson

Luke Pearson is an industrial designer that believes innovative product design can help to solve many healthcare issues.

Partner at PearsonLloyd, Luke Pearson trained in industrial design at the Central St Martins School of Art in London before completing a Masters in furniture design at the Royal College of Art in 1993.

He then worked as senior designer with Ross Lovegrove in London and on a variety of furniture and product design projects of his own before joining Tom Lloyd to found PearsonLloyd.

Pearson taught for a number of years at Ecole Cantonale d'Art de Lausanne in Switzerland and ran a platform on the “Design Products” course at the Royal College of Art. He also regularly sits on judging panels and has spoken at numerous international design conferences.

PearsonLloyd has also won many design awards such as the DBA Design Effectiveness Award for the Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Seat, as well as the Premium Economy Seat; the Focus in Gold Award for PARCS for Bene; and the Red Dot Award for the cobi™ chair for Steelcase.

Most recently Pearson has been awarded with the distinction of Royal Designer for Industry by the RSA.