The new head of the Volvo Cars Interior Design department is the 41-year old Brighton Robin Paige who had earlier worked at the same position in Bentley Motors Company. The thing is that he was “stolen” from Bentley by very talented Volvo managers that could already receive a “Best move of the year” medal for being this smart.
Thomas Ingenlath, the vice president of the Volvo Cars Design department made an official statement. “Robin has an exceptional experience in designing high-quality and luxurious interiors. And our goal for now is to increase the quality of the interior design of Volvo’s vehicles and Robin has a great part to play in achieving this goal.”
While working in the British Company Robin Paige was responsible for designs of such series as Continental and Mulsanne. Apart from that he sometimes participated in special orders at the Jaguar Company and completed several orders for Rolls-Royce and Bugatti Companies. So the thing about Robin is that he’s simply the best in what he does with great experience in creating expensive and luxurious interiors.
Another Robin’s great achievement is the participation in creating of Bentley State Limousine’s design. This original vehicle was built in 2002 in only two versions both of which belong to Queen Elisabeth II. These were the gifts Bentley Company made especially for Queen’s 50 year anniversary of being the head of the Great Britain. The State Limousine’s design is balanced between luxury and modesty and is a great example of what a monarchy car should look like.
As Brighton Robin Paige says himself, he joined the Company in a very interesting moment. “Volvo Cars is repositioning its concept and starting to make a really unique design course for new models. At the same time Volvo is trying to strengthen its bright and individual style by which it became famous around the world. My goal is to lift the brand’s design on the entirely new level while saving the traditional Scandinavian soul of Volvo and its unique looks.”