Simon Jones Studio is a multi-disciplinary design practice based in Kentish Town, North London. Their work combines architectural projects, exhibition design and furniture production, with design practice and hands on making.
Simon Jones and Jack Neville have been working together since 2010. Their practice is centred around the workshop with a particular focus on materials and detail. Simon and Jack's practice includes the design, construction and installation of commissions including architectural & interior projects, building components, exhibition design and furniture production, both for commission and batch production of their own growing collection of tables & seating.
Simon Jones - Director / architect / designer / maker
Qualifications: BA Hons Newcastle University; Dip Arch University of North London; ARB registered.
Selected work experience: Project architect with Tony Fretton Architects and 6a architects on a variety of arts projects between 2001 and 2010;
Jack Neville - Designer / maker in charge of workshop and production
Qualifications: BA furniture & product Kingston University
Selected work experience: Michael Marriot and Simon Hasan
Teaching - Simon has tutored undergraduate and postgraduate studios at both Kingston University, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture and London Metropolitan University, The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design.
Simon and Jack work with many of the UK's leading arts organisations and galleries which includes the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Liverpool Biennial, Karsten Schubert Gallery, Somerset House and the Victoria and Albert Museum. They are the principle designers for Raven Row, House of Voltaire and Allied Editions.
Current projects include the design of the first London gallery for Lyndsey Ingram, interiors for a new visitor centre at Christchurch College Oxford, refurbishmentof the Künstlerhaus Stuttgart and exhibition displays for the new Design Museum, London. Simon and Jack are developing seating and tables with Danish furniture company HAY due for launch in Autumn 2017.
The Architecture Foundation
Bloomberg New Contemporaries
Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists
Christchurch College, Oxford University
Design for London
Design Museum, London
East London Mobile Workshop
Fogo Island Inn
Gallery Libby Sellers
House of Voltaire
Hult Business School
Jurgen Teller Studio
Kit Grover Ltd
Jaccaud Spicher Architectes
Karsten Schubert Gallery
Le Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes
London College of Fashion
Lyndsey Ingram Gallery
Richard Saltoun Gallery
Royal Institute of British Architects
Sara de Bondt Studio
Studio Tom Emerson ETHZ
Wimbledon College of Art
Wrong for Hay