Brodie Neill

Brodie has quickly established himself within the international industry through a progressive use of form, resulting in various design contributions included in such titles as Taschen’s Design Now (2007) and Time Magazine’s annual Design 100 featuring the most influential designs of today.

Brodie Neill is a Tasmanian-born industrial designer based in London. He studied at the University of Tasmania before completing postgraduate studies at the Rhode Island School of Design (USA) in 2004.

Since establishing his studio in London’s East End, Brodie has worked with an impressive roster of clients including Riva 1920, Swarovski and Kundalini, he has collaborated with international brands including Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz and Alexander McQueen, and his limited edition works are included in museums, galleries and private collections around the globe.

He founded Made in Ratio in 2013, a self-designed and self-produced furniture brand. In 2016, Brodie Neill represented Australia at the inaugural London Design Biennale at Somerset House with a critically acclaimed installation Plastic Effects, where he launched his now iconic Gyro table.
In 2017, he presented a multimedia installation Drop In The Ocean, an Official London Design Festival Project. A longstanding champion of using ocean plastic waste to create new materials, Brodie has spoken about his self-created Ocean Terrazzo material at the European Union Parliament and the United Nations.

Among his notable designs are the E-turn for the Italian brand Kundalini, Jet table for Swarovski, the limited edition Remix for The Apartment Gallery London, and the @ Chair included in Time Magazine’s Design 100.