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Giles Miller

Hometown: London

Based in: United Kingdom

Giles Miller is a British designer, artist and creative whose work spans surface, architectural and sculptural projects. His eponymous and award-winning studio was set up in 2011 and produces projects for clients globally.

Giles flunked a degree in Business Management before starting a Furniture Design course. He went on to graduate with a Masters in Design Products from London’s Royal College of Art, and has since created acclaimed and award-winning work for some of the world’s most prestigious brand-names across a variety of industries. Notable clients include BBC Studios, British Airways, Hermes, Harrods, Tiffany & Co and Omega Watches.

The characteristic Giles Miller Studio aesthetic comes from the fusion of technology with the handmade, primarily in the medium of sculptural surface design. In each discipline the studio brings new meaning to spaces by celebrating the relationship between materials and light.


Giles Miller In The Studio

"I believe in making things that will change the way we experience the spaces around us. My fascination is in materials and the way they interact with light as well as their surroundings. The technically inquisitive approach we take to each project brings a sense of true originality as well as distinctive richness of character to each piece we produce, and indeed to the spaces they inhabit.”

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More About Giles Miller

Question IconWhat inspires you?

I have been inspired by years of conversations between the artist and his partners in the far-east concerning global culture, philosophy and spirituality and prompted very directly by recent global events, these two intricate works respond with a message about balance, empathy and unity.

Question IconWhat are 3 words that best describe your work?

Richness, depth and allure.

Question IconWhat is the most important tool when creating your work?

Light and its relationship with the materials that we are using.