Light-Shaping Surfaces by Jordan Söderberg Mills

August 8th, 2015 by retail design blog

A graduate from Central Saint Martins, Jordan Söderberg Mills is particularly interested in physics, ‘as close to magic as we can get’. With a series of ‘light-shaping’ surfaces, the 31-year-old Canadian designer recently completed his academic career, which took him from Toronto to Santiago and London. What did he experience on the way? We spoke with him about his artistic background, inspirations and views on product design.

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