To welcome the House of Finn Juhl to The Conran Shop we explore one of the most iconic re-released classics in its collection, the France Chair.
Inspired by The Noguchi Museum’s ethereal exhibition ‘Akari: Sculpture by Other Means’, The Conran Shop delves into the design of Isamu Noguchi’s iconic Akari Lighting Collection.
We consider Sir Terence Conran’s effect on cooking and food culture in the UK, and look at the past, present and future of his influence.
To celebrate the Tate’s exhibition “Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy”, we unearth some unique Conran connections to Pablo himself.
We talk to Anthony Dickens, founder of Studio Make Believe and creator of Tekiò: the new, innovative lighting structure that is inspired by traditional Japanese lanterns and is being exclusively unveiled at The Conran Shop.
Meet the husband and wife founders of Feldspar, the Devon-based label creating and prototyping ‘objects for life’ from a thatched studio near Dartmoor.
Read more about the artisan tile maker and the influences behind our exclusive collaboration, the crafting process and the importance of hand-pouring.
We speak to ceramist Yuta Segawa about the inspiration and processes behind his miniature ceramic creations, on display throughout London Craft Week 2018.
Discover what initially motivated Caroline Kent to found Scribble & Daub, plus learn a little more about the process behind each delightful card.
Highlighting both its classic and contemporary products, the ‘The Original Comes From Vitra’ exhibition at The Conran Shop Paris seeks to reaffirm the importance of buying skilfully crafted original products of the upmost quality and durability.
To continue our IWD 2018 series, we look to more recent years in design history. Thanks to these women designers leading the way, its clear that the future looks female.
To celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, we put the spotlight on the innovative, iconic, and often under-credited women of design throughout history.
Currently featured in an exclusive sculptural display at The Conran Shop Paris, we take a closer look at Atelier Swarovski’s four new collections.