Brooks Atwood actively bridges design, leadership, innovation and technology.
His work as a designer, architect and educator earned him the distinction of being named one of the world’s innovative creators by Eyes In Magazine.
As a professor at Parsons, The New School for Design, Atwood led collaborative teams that brought together technologies, designers, and business leaders into a common space of possibility.
Atwood’s early collaborative work – bridging advanced computation with tradition visual art – is represented in the permanent collection at the Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul, Korea as well as additional exhibits in Korea, Germany, England and New York City.
Atwood’s work as a designer listed him as “Brooklyn’s 20″, people who are making an impact on the city’s artistic landscape and was named one of six Emerging US Design Practices by the Museum of Arts & Design with WantedDesign.
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Brooks Atwood’s project: Dazzle Camo
Example of laying simulation.
“Big. Bold. Geometric. War ship camouflage as tile patterns for the home. I love patterns. I love geometries. I love dazzle camo (unusual navy ship camouflage techniques). It’s complex patterns of geometric shapes in contrasting colours, interrupting and intersecting each other. The dizzying display is not only hypnotic, but also creates a new kind of landscape for the floor surface. This bold pattern is so captivating that you might even find yourself staring at your floor all the time!”
Dazzle Camo: Brooks Atwood’s project for Create Your Tile competition.