BOULD DESIGN is a product development studio dedicated to exploring new forms, functions, materials and meanings for products. For our clients, this means new opportunities for product innovation and brand development. Project diversity is central to our search for what is new. A vibrant mix of technology, consumer, and furniture development programs ensures a dynamic pool of ideas and a better understanding of how design contributes to your product's success.

In our pursuit of new product excellence, we combine research, devotion to functionality and artful form-giving with focused cultural and commercial insight. Supporting these essential strengths is an experienced, reasoned approach to engineering and manufacturing. The net result of our process is exceptional new products with enduring intrinsic value.

Bould Design's collaboration with clients such as Nest Labs, Roku, Logitech, Nambe and Pablo has produced a diverse and highly original body of work. Our Silicon Valley studio has been published internationally and honored by the 2012 Red Dot Design Award, several CES Design and Innovation Awards, the ID Magazine Design Review, the GOOD Design Award, Graphis Product Design 3, and the SFMOMA Permanent Design Collection.

FRED BOULD was born in Pittsburgh in 1964 and educated at Carnegie-Mellon University (BFA 1987) followed by three years of consulting with several influential London design studios. Engineering studies were pursued at Stanford University (MS 1995) after which he founded his design practice. Bould has taught at Stanford University and California College of the Arts.

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BOULD DESIGN is based in Mountain View, California, a short drive from most Silicon Valley locations and convenient for both San Francisco and San Jose Airports.

1931 Old Middlefield Way
Unit X
Mountain View, CA 94043
Telephone +650.965.4509
Facsimile +650.965.4449
E-mail: info@bould.com

From Northbound Highway 101
Take exit 399B for Old Middlefield Way
Keep left, follow Old Middlefield Way signs
Merge onto Old Middlefield Way
On left, before Sierra Vista

From Southbound Highway 101
Take Rengstorff Ave exit
Turn left at N Rengstorff Ave
Turn left at Old Middlefield Way
On right, after Sierra Vista