Benedict Radcliffe (born 1976) works across a wide spectrum of disciplines, creating everything from cars and bicycles to furniture and household objects, as well undertaking various architectural commissions and signature sculptural pieces for clients across the globe.

After graduating from the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, Radcliffe staged his first exhibition in the city, featuring his 'Modern Japanese Classic'- a full size 3D wireframe Subaru Impreza, subsequently purchased by collector, David Roberts. As a result of the show, he received commissions from Comme des Garcons, Puma and Paul Smith.

Radcliffe left Glasgow in 2007 and set up a studio in London. His clients include a broad range of the best known and most prestigious brands in the world - from manufacturing and technology to transportation, fashion and the luxury goods sector.

In the 2011 'The Power of Making' show at The Victoria and Albert Museum his work featured alongside Thomas Heatherwick and Ron Arad.

Radcliffe was heavily involved in 2012 with Honda's Dream Factory and named as one of its twelve 'Cultural Engineers'.

He has been invited to exhibit and talk around the world and his work is held in private collections in Europe, America and Japan.

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