Neil Poulton (born 1963) is a Scottish product designer, based in Paris, France. He
specializes in the design of 'deceptively simple-looking mass-produced objectsʼ and has won
numerous international design awards.
Poulton is best known for his designs in the fields of technology and lighting design and is
often associated with manufacturers LaCie, Artemide, Megalit and Atelier Sedap. Recent
clients include Christofle, Forestier, the Glenmorangie Company and Vertgo Bird.
In 2007 the Centre Georges Pompidou museum in Paris acquired six Poulton-designed
objects for its Permanent Contemporary Collection. In 2008, Time magazine included
Poulton in 'The Design 100 - The people and ideas behind today's most influential design'.
Neil Poulton has lived and worked in Paris since 1991.