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Kenneth Grange CBE, Britain's most distinguished industrial and product designer, was born in London in 1929. He attended the Willesden School of Arts and Crafts and then served with the Royal Engineers, where he trained as a technical draftsman.
In 1972, he founded Pentagram, an international interdisciplinary design practice. Principal clients include: Kodak; he designed the famous Instamatic, Kenwood for whom he designed the famous Chef - still in production after 50 years - and more than 100 other products, British Rail; where he designed the HST 125 and Manganese Bronze, and he designed the London Black Cab.
Kenneth has been awarded numerous honours for services to design, including: Duke of Edinburgh Elegant Design Prize; 10 Design Council Awards; CSD Minerva Gold Medal; Royal Designer for Industry; Appointed CBE; Five Honorary Doctorates; Master of Royal Designers for Industry; President of CSD; Prince Philip Designers Prize.
Kenneth is a visiting Professor at the Royal College of Art. He is currently exhibiting at the Design Museum in London with a retrospective show entitled 'Making Britain Modern' and has published a book of the same title. He is Design Director for Anglepoise Limited.
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