Inventor and Founder, Dyson Corporation
A member of the British Design Council, James Dyson has been designing products since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1970. Dyson is dedicated to developing technology to make everyday products work better.
Dyson's DC01, "the first and only bagless vacuum cleaner that doesn’t lose suction," became the best-selling vacuum in Britain in two years. Dyson vacuums are presently available in 37 countries and are the best-selling vacuum cleaners in Western Europe.
James Dyson has received awards worldwide for technology innovation including: the Industrial Design Prize of America, the European Design Prize, and L’Etoile de L’Observeur du Design (France). His vacuum cleaners are included in the permanent collections of numerous museums including: the London Science Museum; MoMA, New York; the San Francisco MoMA; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.
The Art of Engineering
as author at MIT Industrial Liaison Program,