Paul Sohi

Product Designer, Autodesk Fusion 360

Paul Sohi is an industrial designer and design researcher for Autodesk. Paul started out as an architect but quickly shifted into industrial design when he discovered a deeper passion for improving products we interact with daily. Under the Autodesk banner, Paul helps startups and major companies overcome technological or design based challenges on next generation products, spanning a multitude of industries. Most notably, Paul is the designer behind the first ever 3D printed sports prosthetic, which was used at the Rio Paralympic games in 2016, helping cyclist Denise Schindler go on to win a silver and bronze medal at the games.