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Thomas Jenkins (born 1980) is a British designer based in Oslo, Norway. His career started in 2002 working for Dyson appliances, in 2006 he moved to Oslo as a Senior Designer for Frost Produkt.

Thomas attended London South Bank University where he graduated from a degree (1st class hons) in Engineering Product De… Read More
Thomas Jenkins (born 1980) is a British designer based in Oslo, Norway. His career started in 2002 working for Dyson appliances, in 2006 he moved to Oslo as a Senior Designer for Frost Produkt.

Thomas attended London South Bank University where he graduated from a degree (1st class hons) in Engineering Product Design in 2002. A course he took as he wanted to learn as much as possible about manufacturing as well as developing his creativity.

Thomas’ work at Dyson involved designing for floorcare, laundry and new product streams. In his time at Frost Produkt, he created designs for a wide range of products, from post boxes for the Royal Norwegian Post Office, Smart Bike systems in Barcelona, Stockholm and Oslo and outdoor interactive light installations. His work with Frost has on Red Dot Awards and been exhibited in London and Tokyo.
In September 2008 he was invited to attend a Summer School in the UK run by the Royal Designers for Industry. Here he worked with and learned from some of the UK’s best designers and following this he was invited to become a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Thomas started his own design, Jenk office in 2009, and is currently working on various projects for European Manufacturers of everyday products as well as freelancing for TBWA\OSLO.

Thomas also runs the blog: ifyouonlyeverbuyone.com Read Less
  • Head Designer
    Jenk — Oslo, Norway
  • Senior Designer
    Frost Produkt — Oslo, Norway
  • Designer
    Dyson — Malmesbury, United Kingdom
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Jenk is a design office that specialises in the visualisation, development and realisation of every day products and 3 dimensional objects.
Member Since: Jul 28, 2010