Royal Designers for Industry - Mark Major

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The title Royal Designer for Industry was introduced by the RSA in 1936 to promote the important contribution of design in manufacturing in industry, to encourage and reward outstanding practitioners, and to raise the profile of the design profession. Now regarded as the highest accolade for designers in the UK, it is awarded annually to designers of all disciplines who have achieved sustained design excellence, work of aesthetic value, and significant benefit to society. A maximum of two hundred British designers can hold the title and non-UK designers may receive the honorary title Hon RDI. 

Mark was made an RDI in 2012 and served as Master of the Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry from 2020 until 2022.