Jim Rokos

MA Industrial Design 2006

Central Saint Martins

  • GAUGE - photographed by John R Ward
  • GAUGE
  • GAUGE - photographed by John R Ward
  • Gauge Vase
  • Gauge Vase - Stems H.223mm
  • 22° 36° 48° Bowl - photographed by John R Ward
  • 22° 36° 48° - photographed by John R Ward
  • 22° 36° 48° Bowl - photographed by John R Ward
  • 22° 36° 48° Bowl - photographed by John R Ward
  • 22° 36° 48° Bowl: 22°~ holding its contents modestly; 36°~ more inviting; 48°~ flaunting its contents for you to share.
  • 13° 60° 104° Wine Decanter: A decanter that gets drunk with the drinkers. - photographed by John R Ward
  • At 13 degrees, the decanter begins the evening sober. - photographed by John R Ward
  • As drinking progresses, at 60 degrees the decanter is a little tipsy. - photographed by John R Ward
  • By the end of the evening, it sits at a drunken 104 degrees. - photographed by John R Ward
  • 13° 60° 104°
  • 'My Other Half' ~ The liquid flows freely between the two glasses. Photograph by Carlo Draisci
  • 'My Other Half' ~ The liquid flows freely between the two glasses. Photograph by Carlo Draisci
  • Because liquid finds it’s own level, it flows down to the lowest glass. Photograph by David Hendley
  • 'My Other Half' ~ Users must learn to cooperate, to drink their wine. Hand made by Jochen Holz.
  • For more information visit: rokos.co.uk or jimrokos.com
  • ROKOS

Description

Jim Rokos is a London based industrial designer. He explores the physical properties of materials to generate aesthetic, intriguing concepts. The brand, Rokos creates playful, functional, sculptural products that behave in unexpected ways.
www.rokos.co.uk

Rokos won the prestigious 2012 Reddot award for the 13° 60° 104° Wine Decanter.

Jim Rokos had explored many creative areas, before discovering his passion for Industrial Design. Originally trained as a model-maker in the film and television industry (The Muppet Treasure Island, Band of Brothers, Tomb Raider, Victoria and Albert), then a photographer’s assistant, then a film extra, Jim went on to design an innovative cat-food bowl – over 50,000 have been sold throughout Europe.

He observes people’s behavior and his products can encourage a user to reflect. Fantasy and poetic elements can be seen in his works.

Jim Rokos: www.jimrokos.com

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