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Boris Berlin CV

Founding Partner / Designer


Copenhagen, Denmark

Born in Leningrad in the Soviet Union (now St. Petersburg, Russia) in 1953, Boris graduated from the Higher School of Art and Industry, St. Petersburg in 1975. He began his career as an industrial and graphic designer at VNIITE, Leningrad, where he designed a wide range of industrial products.

In 1983 moved to Denmark, founding Boris Berlin Design, from 1985 working in Penta Design.

In 1987 became a co-founder and partner of Komplot Design, which has received numerous design awards, among them: Dansk Designpris, G-Mark (Japanese Golden Design Award), The Forum AID Award: Best Nordic product, several Red Dot – Best of the Best Awards, Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany, etc.

In 2015 was awarded The Thorvald Bindesbøll Medal by the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts for excellence in the fields of applied art and industrial design.

In 2010, Boris Berlin co-founded and became a partner of Iskos-Berlin Design, together with Aleksej Iskos, who was earlier working in Komplot Design. The two have developed a shared philosophy of design and their studio focuses on industrial, furniture and graphic design, and it specialises in experimenting with new technologies and materials to explore their impact on design of everyday objects.

The geography of their clients spreads from Denmark and Sweden to USA and Japan including such companies as Gubi, Hay, Normann, Muuto, Light Years, Versus, Källemo, Tendo Mokko, Stylex and so forth.

Komplot Design’s and Iskos-Berlin Design’s works are represented in collections of several design museums around the world, among them: Design Museum Denmark, Die Neue Sammlung – The International Design Museum Munich, Designmuseo Helsinki, Museum of Modern Art New York, Vitra Design Museum etc.

Boris Berlin has also curated and designed several design exhibitions and participated in many of them, and he has led a number of master classes in design schools.