Vladymir Rogov’s belief that, “art, science and design shapes our lives,” has resonated across the map in brands ranging from Hewlett-Packard and Aston Martin to Samsung and Casio.

From musical instruments for kids and luxury vehicles for grownups to medical devices for healthcare providers and rugged computers for the military—Vladymir Rogov has done it all.


Industrial designer Vladymir Rogov, graduated from West Surrey College of Art & Design in the UK. and kicked off a career designing trade show exhibits for mega-brands such as Chrysler, Fiat, Ford (car manufacturer); Rank Xerox (show room);  Cascade (modern home products such as glassware); Compagnie des Lampes, France (lighting); and Marks & Spencer’s, Habitat and Conran stores (home products).

Touching lives

Over four decades, Vladymir's work has touched the lives of baby boomers, yuppies and millennials, as he's designed coolers for Coleman; luxurious bathroom systems for Boeing; exotic seating for Aston Martin; self-serve gas station for Exxon; printers for Hewlett-Packard; cameras for Kodak; point-of-purchase displays for Yamaha; TVs for Samsung and clocks and musical instruments for Casio.


Vladymir grew up in Germany and England, immigrated to Canada and ultimately settled in the USA.

He holds five US patents, and his designs have received numerous international awards, including two “International Design Excellence Awards” (IDEAs) from the Industrial Designers Society of America.

Highlights & Accolades

IDSA Design Excellence Award

American Society on Aging Exhibit Honorable Mention

Advertising Arts Society of London, Canada Gold Award

Design Canada Excellence Award

Royal Society of Art, UK Commendation


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