Robin Page is new Volvo Interior Design Director

tags: | in: Automotive Design 13 March 2013
Robin Page is new Volvo Interior Design Director

Volvo has appointed Robin Page, formerly head of interior design at Bentley Motors, as Design Director Interior.


Before joining Volvo Cars, Briton Robin Page (41) was head of interior design at Bentley Motors since 2001.

HM The Queen's Bentley State Limousine interior, upholstered in Hield cloth Queen Elizabeth II’s Bentley State Limousine interior
(source: Wikipedia)

Bentley interior designs he was responsible for include the Continental and Mulsanne ranges, as well as the interior design for the State Limousine of British Queen Elizabeth II.

Page did an apprenticeship with Jaguar and at other stages in his career also performed design work for Rolls-Royce and Bugatti.

Thomas Ingenlath, Senior Vice President Design at Volvo Cars, commented: “Robin has a wealth of experience regarding high-quality, luxury interior design. Our aim is to raise the bar for Volvo design both in interior and exterior design, and Robin will play an instrumental role in achieving that.”

“This is a very exciting time to join the company, as Volvo is moving towards a truly unique design language and is reinforcing the strong identity it is known for,” commented Page.

“In terms of interior design, my aim will be to build on Volvo’s modern Scandinavian craftsmanship and take the brand to the next level when it comes to luxury.”

(Source: Volvo)


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