Creative Lives — We speak to designer Rob Peart about surprises, Singapore and kopi-fuelled standups

Posted 29 August 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

What makes you a better human and designer? For Rob Peart, working in another country is the answer. Having spent the past two years in Singapore working as an associate creative director at SapientRazorfish, Rob recently moved back to the UK, where he has just founded his own company. Looking back on his time in Asia, in addition to a diverse and thriving collaborative environment, it was the relationships formed and the people encountered along the way that made the most lasting impression. A world away from the chaos of life in London, he tells us why tech-oriented Singapore was such an easy place to live in.

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