I believe that to be a relevant designer today means ignoring rules of existing disciplines, structures, systems and behaviour. Instead responding with astute observation to form intelligent strategy to frame how to approach a design opportunity and social issue.
— Adam

Adam Peacock

Adam Peacock is a post-disciplinary artist and designer working across fields of architecture, fashion, photography, product design, consulting, branding and fine-art.

He is the founder of The Validation Junky, an experimental lens upon the complexities of contemporary digital consumer culture. Adam was awarded 2016 Designer in Residence at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London (LCF) where he is currently Lecturer of Design Strategy and Future Related Design.

Adam's design work includes projects for Heatherwick Studio and Amanda Levete Architects such as the Garden Bridge project and the recently opened V&A Museum Exhibition Road Entrance. Design, innovation and communication strategy projects include branding and insight for projects with Stella McCartney, Hugo Boss, Lyst, P&G, Diageo, Converse and Audi, and concept design work for FIAT on the 2020 FIAT 500.

Adam holds a Foundation in Art & Architecture from Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London (UAL), a BSc. in Architecture from The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London (UCL) and a MA in Design Interactions from the Royal College of Art (RCA).

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