Brodie Neill

4B Orsman Road, Tuscany Wharf
London, N1 5QJ
+44 (0)207 033 3434

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Inspired by the natural elements and landscapes of his childhood, Tasmanian designer Brodie Neill seeks to reinterpret, respect and elevate sustainable materials. He transforms reclaimed or recycled raw material into museum-grade pieces that blend an enduring design language with state-of-the-art digital technology. In 2013, he founded Made in Ratio in London, where he has lived and worked since 2005.

Often, Neill’s work will foreground environmental issues or explore ways to give waste products a new purpose. In 2016, Neill represented Australia at the inaugural London Design Biennale with his first exhibition Plastic Effects, which showcased the now iconic Gyro table (2016). A year later, he presented a multimedia installation entitled Drop in the Ocean at the ME London hotel for the London Design Festival.

The installation featured several pieces made from Ocean Terrazzo – a ceramic-like material developed by Neill that utilises reclaimed ocean plastic – to highlight the far-reaching effects of plastic consumption. Neill has subsequently addressed both the European Union Parliament and the United Nations on the harmful impact of single-use plastics. Nine Brodie Neill works crafted from sustainable materials were displayed in a dedicated selling exhibition for Sotheby’s called Material Consciousness in 2022.

Neill studied at the Hutchins School and the University of Tasmania in Australia before completing a master’s degree in furniture design from Rhode Island School of Design. He established his east London studio in 2005 and has since collaborated with brands including Riva 1920, Kundalini, Swarovski, Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz and Alexander McQueen. His limited edition works feature in museums and galleries around the globe, including the National Gallery of Victoria, AMA Collection in Venice and RISD Museum in the US.

Selected Press Coverage:

Est Living, May 2024
The Good Life Italia, April 2024
Austalian Wood Review, March 2024
INreview, October 2023
RISD Alumni Magazine, Fall 2023
Sotheby's, May 2022
Sotheby's Press Release, May 2022
Billionaire Magazine, August 2022
AD Magazine, August 2022
DL Magazine Taiwan, July 2022
Interni China, May 2022
ELLE Decoration, May 2022
ELLE Decoration, March 2022
ELLE DECOR, February 2021
Val De Vie Magazine, February 2021
Origin Options, September 2020
Tendencias, June 2019
Homeliving & Style, June 2019
Meta Trend South Korea, June 2019
Frankfurter Allgemeine Quarterly, May 2019
Danish Bo Bedre, April 2019
Galerie Magazine, March 2019
South China Morning Post, March 2019
Residence Magazine, January 2019
Wish Magazine, November 2018
Vogue Living, August 2018
Vogue Living, August 2018
Wallpaper, June 2018
Mercedes-Benz Magazine, February 2018
Architectural Digest, February 2018
Wallpaper, January 2018
Corriere Della Sera, January 2018
Herald Sun, December 2017
The Saturday Age, December 2017
The Guardian Australia, December 2017
Home Journal, November 2017
Sydney Morning Herald, October 2017
Casa Vogue Brasil, October 2017
Elle, October 2017
Evening Standard, September 2017
Billionaire, September 2017
Elle Decor Italia, September 2017
Casa Vogue, September 2017
Elle Decor Italia, July 2017
British Airways First, May 2017
Pagina99, March 2017
Architectural Digest, February 2017
Financial Times, February 2017
Fast Company, December 2016
Australian Financial Review, November 2016
Elle Decoration, November 2016
Domus, October 2016
Interior Beauté, October 2016
Architectural Digest, October 2016
Vogue Living, September 2016
Folha de Sao Paulo, September 2016
Corriere della Sera, September 2016
Fast Company, September 2016
Azure, September 2016
Dezeen, September 2016
New York Times, September 2016
The Economist 1843, September 2016
Alumni, University of Tasmania, September 2016
Label Magazine, March 2016
AFR Magazine Design Issue, November 2015
Inside Magazine, September 2015
The Studio Magazine, June 2015
INDESIGN, Australia, July 2014
Metropolitan Magazine, USA, May 2014
On Office, UK, May 2014
Port, UK, Spring 2014
Financial Times, UK, September 2013
Vogue Living, Australia, July-August 2013
Interni Kingsize, Italy, April 2013
Interni, Italy, April 2013
Australia Design Review, September 2012
Belle, Australia, August-September 2012
Home Magazine, Belgium, December 2011
Interni, Italy, January 2011
Qantas, Australia, January 2011
Azure, Canada, October 2008
TIME, USA, Summer 2008
Artravel, France, December 2005

Selected books:

1000 Chairs, Taschen, 2017
Louis Vuitton City Guide London, 2017
Art of Flying, Assouline, 2012
Chairs, Goodman Fiell, 2012
The Design Book, Laurence King, 2013
Design Now!, Taschen, 2007

Press releases:

Capsule by Brodie Neill, May 2020
Latitude by Brodie Neill at London Design Festival 2019
Capsule & Flotsam by Brodie Neill at Plastic Master's Pieces Exhibition
Creative Insights: NGV Triennial at Mercedes me
Drop in the Ocean by Brodie Neill
London Design Biennale Australian Pavilion by Brodie Neill