Jason Bruges Studio, formed in April 2002, design and build artworks that create innovative and engaging spaces which connect people with their environment. We are interested in the way spaces are used over time, how they can be transformed and how they can be made to respond to the way they are used.
Our design studio and in-house workshop is based in Old Street, London, the hub of the creative and digital industry in Europe.
Jason’s architectural training brings environmental awareness and technical skill to the direction of all the studio’s creative projects. He worked for Foster + Partners and Imagination before establishing the studio. Jason’s vision, passion and desire to find groundbreaking creative solutions are clearly evident in the studio’s work.
Our multi-disciplinary team has grown significantly over the past 12 months and now includes creative architects, lighting designers, electrical engineers, programmers, visualisers, industrial designers and mechanical engineers. Furthermore, the studio is supported by an experienced, high caliber management team to develop and deliver bespoke projects worldwide.
We are currently working on a number of global projects; a public artwork for a new development in Toronto, Canada; and a New Media Lounge at San Diego International Airport. We recently completed an interactive resources project for Tate Modern art gallery, a conservation themed installation for WWF’s new Living Planet Centre officially opened by Sir David Attenborough, a distraction piece for Great Ormond Street Hospital in London for children on their route to surgery and a number of artworks for the London 2012 Olympics.
Jason Bruges Studio prides itself on offering excellent client services including: initial consultation on feasibility concept design; detailed design; design consultancy; research and development; visualisation; product development; prototyping; full production; production management; and installation and commissioning. Clients are encouraged to make studio and workshop visits to see the creative ideas for their project come to life.