Jordan Jon Hodgson


  • Jordan Jon Hodgson is a London based designer obsessed with the metaverse of emerging realities. Trained in Architecture at the Royal College of Art, he exploits new technologies with an emphasis on 3D printing to realise these ideas, specialising in architecture, jewellery, ornament, virtual set design and digital image production. 

    Jordan Jon is currently a Research Associate at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design working on a project with the London Legacy Development Corporation. This project looks at opportunities for inclusive design interventions on developments at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park following the London 2012 Games.

  • Biography

  • Jordan Jon was the designer behind Alain de Botton's highly acclaimed 'Temple for Atheism' and the accompanying book Religion for Atheists. Other clients he has successfully delivered work for include: Selfridges, V&A museum, the Old Vic, Becks, Perm Opera Russia and Zaha Hadid. Current ventures include House of John, LJ & PlagueProjects.

    Jordan Jon studied Architecture at Leeds Metropolitan University, graduating with top honours and two award winning projects. He gained a Masters in Architecture at the Royal College of Art graduating with a distinction in 2009. His graduate work was highly celebrated and nominated for several awards including the 3Dreid, Conran and RIBA silver medalOn graduating Jordan Jon founded House of John, a critical design practice focused on innovative solutions to rhetorical questions. During this time he won a year-long creative residency at the Hospital Club. Jordan Jon Hodgson was launched in 2014.

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  • Publications, exhibitions and other outcomes

  • Publications

    • 'One to watch’ BritishGQ (2013)
    • ‘Rising star’ Blueprint Magazine 2013


    • London Fashion week (2014)
    • White Cube Hoxton Sq (2014)
    • SouthLondon Converse (2014)
    • 3DPrintShow Exhibition (2014)
    • DesignWeek (2013)
    • 3DPrintShow Exhibition (2013)
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