Roger Mann founded Casson Mann in 1984 with partner Dinah Casson. In the mid-1990s, the studio began specialising in interpretative design for exhibitions, museums and cultural attractions, while continuing to design hospitality and workplace interiors. With its unique approach to commercial design, Casson Mann has become one of Europe’s most experiential design agencies. Two significant French commissions include The Cité des Civilisations du Vin, Bordeaux, and a visitor centre for Lascaux IV – a new digital facsimile of the famous Lascaux cave paintings. As creative director, Roger is involved in all of the studio’s projects, leading creative workshops and setting the design standard. Awards include a 2013 D&AD In Book Award (Spatial Design Category), and the 2013 92nd Art Directors Club Awards, Bronze - both for Hollywood Costume, at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; and the 2011 MUSE Award for Interpretive Interactive Installations.