PG. becomes employee owned company


On 1 April 2016, PriestmanGoode became an employee owned company. The studio is now majority owned by an Employee Ownership Trust.

Paul Priestman explains: “Whilst the other directors and myself are remaining at the helm of the studio, we wanted to put things in place to ensure the legacy of the company we have built. This is a commitment to our team, a great number of whom have been with us for many years and have been instrumental to our success. We wanted to empower them, share in the success that we’ve built and make everyone at PriestmanGoode feel invested in our continued growth.

Nigel Goode adds “As designers, our work is about innovation, about being progressive, about future proofing, helping our clients devise long-term strategies for success. Transitioning into an employee-owned company is us applying those same principles to our own company. It’s a collaborative and long-term approach to business decisions and will ensure that we keep growing in a sustained manner”

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The Evolution of Aircraft Interiors


On April 8, 2016, Paul Priestman was interviewed live on BBC World News about the evolution of aircraft interior design over the last two decades. He spoke about commercial imperatives and what we as designers can do to reclaim as much passenger space as possible and create a more comfortable journey.

You can watch the interview here

PriestmanGoode Paul Priestman BBC News Aircraft Interior Design Interview

Red Dot Design Award Winner


We are pleased to announce that one of our latest product designs, the Chimes doorbells range for Honeywell, has just been awarded a Red Dot Product Design Award. Established in the 1950’s, the Red Dot is the largest industrial design competition in the world, last year receiving over 17,000 entries.

We are delighted with this prestigious accolade, which is testament to the hard work of our team and a great partnership with Honeywell.

PriestmanGoode Chimes Honeywell Red Dot Product Design Award

A Milestone in Aviation Design


Last week, we attended the roll out ceremony of the new E2 commercial jet by Embraer, for which we have designed the aircraft interiors.

The roll out is an important milestone in the development of the new aircraft, which is due to start flying in 2018. We will be working closely with Embraer’s engineering team over the next two years to implement our aircraft interior design, which has already been lauded as a game-changer in the manufacture of narrow body aircraft.

View the video from the roll out ceremony here

The Saturday Club


We have long been supporters of institutions that work with young students to nurture their creative skills and bridge links between education and design practice. One such institution is the Sorrell Foundation, which runs the National Art & Design Saturday Club, offering young students the opportunity to attend free art and design classes, and to attend masterclasses with leading creative practitioners.

We were delighted to once again host a masterclass at our studio in Central London studio, where we ran a workshop on the future of space travel.

You can read more about the day on LinkedIn

Image courtesy of The Sorrell Foundation / Kit Oates

PriestmanGoode Paul Priestman Saturday Club Sorrell Foundation Kit Oates Photography

Britain’s 500 Most Influential


The UK’s Sunday Times newspaper and Debrett’s published a list of the 500 Most Influential individuals in Britain, featuring Paul Priestman in the architecture & design category.

The newspaper writes: “Influence takes many forms… What all the people on this list have in common is that through a combination of talent, originality, hard work, persistence, courage… they have earned the right to make a difference.”

This accolade extends to the whole team of great designers past and present, who have produced fantastic work at PriestmanGoode over the last 25 years.

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Happy Chinese New Year


We wish our friends in China and all around the world a happy and prosperous New Year.

Chinese New Year

New Trends in Aircraft Interiors


The annual Aircraft Interiors International showcase was recently published, featuring our thoughts on the latest trends in aircraft interior design.

This year, we have gone beyond designing holistic journeys from home to destination and honed in on the importance of branding and the ways in which airlines can learn from the automotive and consumer products industries to develop their brands.

Read more about how we help our clients become superbrands here »

aircraft interiors

Design Council Trustee


Paul Priestman has just been appointed to the board of trustees of the Design Council. His role will be to help guide and develop the Design Council’s work supporting business and entrepreneurs, transforming public services, enhancing places and cities and campaigning to raise awareness of the value of design.

“Design is intrinsic to improving our everyday lives and to developing a more sustainable economy. I’m delighted with this appointment and look forward to working with the Design Council to fly the flag for British design both in the UK and around the world.”

RSA Student Design Awards


We are really pleased to be working with the RSA again this year and to support the Student Design Awards. We think it’s important to nurture the next generation of designers, and the RSA’s work to forge connections between design education and practice is immensely valuable.

The brief we’re supporting this year is titled ‘Project Rural’ and calls upon students to design a product to help people and communities in rural areas to flourish.

Read the full brief here »

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