b. 1990, Tehran


Sina Sohrab is an industrial designer based in Madrid, Spain. His office engages in furniture, product, and exhibition design, as well as design-oriented research projects.

The multidisciplinary nature of the practice allows for a nuanced, rigorous, and thoughtful approach; concerned with cultural and behavioral narratives, the fingerprints that are left through time and adaptation, as a means to define future ways of living. Works are realized through both independent initiatives and collaborations with leading companies and institutions. Recent projects include the Living Room sofa for Kvadrat, an exhibition in the form of a market for the Museo Nacional de Artes Decorativas in Madrid, and surveys of the sociopolitical histories behind the cable tie, flatpack furniture, and plastic welding techniques for the publication U-JOINTS – A Taxonomy of Connections, edited by Anniina Koivu and Andrea Caputo.

Sohrab’s work has been internationally recognized and exhibited, most recently at Kvadrat’s headquarters in Ebeltoft, Denmark and the Noguchi Museum in New York City. He has been the recipient of several design awards, including a Red Dot 'Best of the Best' designation and a Wallpaper* Design Award. In 2024, he was one of 100 designers selected by Phaidon for Designed for Life: The World’s Best Product Designers.








Selected Exhibitions

A Calm Place
Objective Studies, DK

Public Access
Furnishing Utopia, US

Exposición de Bienes
Museo Nacional de
Artes Decorativas, ES

Erin Stump Projects, CA

Kvadrat, DK

The Sculptor & the Ashtray
The Noguchi Museum, US

Marta, US

Hall of Mirrors
Emma Scully Gallery, US

The Ashtray Show
Fisher Parrish Gallery, US

Norway x New York
Sight Unseen Offsite, US

The Paperweight Show
Fisher Parrish Gallery, US

In Support of Books
Geffen Contemporary, US

SHOP Tools
Cooper Hewitt Museum, US

Wallpaper* Handmade
Salone del Mobile, IT


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