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Milo Mcloughlin-Greening

Emerging & New Technology (e.g. VR, hybrid technology, 3D printing)Design Academic, EducatorStrategic Design, Design Innovation

Since studying Industrial Design at Brunel University and completing the Design Products program at the Royal College of Art, Milo has been focused on how design can be used as a catalyst for building Sustainable Distributed and Circular Systems. This has been realized through projects that range from grassroots social design projects (Collecting Commons 2018) to the development of AI-driven 3D-Printing technology (SSF 2024).


In 2019, Milo joined Batch.Works as a co-founder with his now business partner Julien Vaissiers after they successfully collaborated on a responsive COVID-19 project during the disruption of global supply chains. Together they designed and produced over 10,000 items of 3D-printed PPE made from recycled materials for St. Bartholomew's Hospital in Whitechapel. Since then, Batch.Works has grown to become a recognized pioneer in distributed and circular manufacturing practices.


In 2020, Milo also co-founded Batch.Space, a community-driven creative hub in Hackney. The company offers desk space, making facilities, and events to a community of artists, designers, and engineers. This vibrant environment fosters innovation and collaboration and has established Batch.Space as a cornerstone for creative and technological advancement in the area. He loves breaking down complex problems into manageable pieces, making things, planning and delivering workshops, and teaching when he gets the chance.

Milo Mcloughlin-Greening