Sebastian Wrong, United Kingdom (*1971)
The ‘Spun’ lamp, made a huge impact when first exhibited internationally in 2002, it has since won the prestigious Red Dot design award and is currently being produced by Flos. Together with Mark Holmes Wrong formed the multifaceted creative organisation ‘The Lane’ in 2003 that produced a collection of design products, graphic identities and exhibition designs.
Wrong is also a founding member and director of Established & Sons. His manufacturing prowess has lent substantial credibility to the organisation and he continues to exercise his abilities as a product designer. Wrong is active in the operational management and prototype developments of Established & Sons.
Going vintage ain’t enough
The Design Miami trade fair, which runs parallel to Art Basel, was not very convincing. It lacked a clear curatorial thrust, exciting exhibitions and statements. And not least there was no clear position on contemporary design, although this is so sorely needed.› To the article
Sebastian Wrong: A camouflaged carpet
“…The concept was inspired by warship ‘dazzle’ design, which was used in the early 20th century to provide abstract camouflage to moving objects…”› To the article