10th December, 2018
We’ve had a pretty busy year here at the studio – Just how we like it!
With our team growing and some exciting new projects in the pipeline, 2019 is going to be an exciting year.
From everyone here at the studio, we’d like to wish all our friends a partners a
04th December, 2018
As Part of the CPI/ InnoLAE conference, Richard Liddle will present some of our recent R&D projects using this evolving technology to then discuss the future of hybrid electronics in design. The function will be held in Cambridge on the 21st of January 2019.
The event brings together experts in research, technology innovation and manufacturing of printed, flexible and large-area electronics. The industry day will highlight the market opportunities and industry challenges the technology is facing with an end user panel discussion. More information
17th October, 2018
After completing his Design for Industry Degree at Northumbria University’s School of Design, we’re happy to welcome back designer Jack Hands in to the Cohda family. Jack who previously worked with us as an intern returns in a more permanent position as part of our expanding Industrial Design Team. We’re certain he’s up for the challenge.
Anyone interested in our future intern positions at Cohda, please email CV’s and portfolio links to the main studio email.
15th October, 2018
We have recently been invited to London to be part of the infamous Dezeen awards. Our Kepler light for Innermost has gathered attention on multiple platforms and at varying shows for it’s mesmerising visual effect.
We are up against some pretty tough competition, ranging from art pieces to renewable energy from some truly innovative studios. We’re flattered to be recognised amongst these projects and are hoping for the best.
Kepler has been shortlisted in the “Lighting Design of the Year” award. If you want to to see any more on the competition or Kepler you can find it here
25th January, 2018
As Part of Innermost’s interview series ‘10 Questions’, they spoke with Richard, Founder & Creative Director of Cohda, to find out a little more about his inspirations, experiences and recent projects. So to kick off with their 10 big questions…
1. Who would you invite to your dream designer dinner party? (Let’s call it your ‘innerparty’) Let’s call it a dream inventor party. If so then it would be Trevor Baylis, Sir Clive Sinclair, and my Grandad Horace Herbert Liddle. A dinner party full of strong opinion, ideas and probably pipe smoke. Read More