Garðar holds an B.A (Honours) degree in Product Design from Central Saint Martins, London and a M.A (Cum Laude) from Design Academy Eindhoven. He mixes contextual, material and narrative research in his work as a means to explore & translate zeitgeist topics. Utilizing a variety of mediums to manifest his voice, ranging from; objects, spatial, artefacts, speculation, video, performance, talking and writing
Balancing academia with studio practices his work ranges from developing his own projects, curating exhibitions, advising in the public and private sector, project managing and workshops. Garðar also writes in various publications and gives public talks across platforms, often in the form of lectures and dialog in conferences, symposium and radio.
Thomas is a designer working and thinking across disciplines. After training in Philosophy in Paris, Thomas graduated from the Masters in Design Products at the Royal College of Arts and worked in London, Berlin and Reykjavik.
Thomas designs speculative production scenarios, narratives and artefacts based on a critical mapping of current systems. In parallel to this studio practice, Thomas curates design exhibitions and writes on the human and ecological aura of technology.