My work as a Product Designer has ranged from fashion and toys to electronics and furniture. I am known for exploring the boundaries of geometry in my designs and drawing on nature and organic structures to create practical objects with a refined, everyday style.
Some of my key collaborations include working with Japanese designer Issey Miyake, incorporating a foldable origami aesthetic into their Bao Bao range of handbags. Designing trophies, awards and robots capable of drawing portraits for advertising agency WPP. As well as constructing a bold, new style of collection box for the Red Cross.
My award-winning work has found its way to galleries and exhibitions across Europe, the USA, Mexico and Japan, as well as being auctioned by Pierre Berge & Associates.
Get to know Rodrigo
Tell us one of your favourite quotes?
‘Not all those who wander are lost.’
If you could put SSL’s filter in anything, where would you put it?
Which book have you given away the most. Why?
It’s a unique and provocative challenge to communicate Smart Separations vision with its product design and to explore the beauty of such sophisticated and subtle technology.
Rodrigo Solorzano, MA
Fun Filtration Facts
Juice with or without pulp/bits? (i.e. filtered or unfiltered)
What’s the freshest air you’ve ever experienced? (i.e. on a mountain in the Pyrenees).
Canada. Whistler mountain.
If you could put SSL’s filter in anything, where would you put itIf you had to get rid of one tiny particle, which would it be? (i.e. cat hair, pollen)