The Conran Shop invites artist Sam Smyth to transform the Marylebone window into an expanse of geometric abstraction to coincide with our New Season launch.
Delving deep into our store window displays, exclusive launches, designer Q&As and more, the Conran Shop Journal is the prime place for our most important news, events and product launches. Seek inspiration and learn more about the most iconic designs and their makers, exciting new season highlights and behind-the-scenes access to our parties directly from the home of iconic designs and future classics.
Following the launch of our exclusive collaboration with Amélie, Maison d’Art, we look back on a night where art and design became one in ‘Super-Position.’
Discover the inspirations behind the window installations and visual merchandising at The Conran Shop for the Christmas 2019.
The Conran Shop takes a look at this year’s London Design Festival celebrations with gallerists Hauser & Wirth and design studio Sella Concept.
The Conran Shop joins forces with contemporary art gallerists Hauser & Wirth to present a curated edit of works from both institutions’ indomitable roster of artists and designers.
For LDF19, The Conran Shop plays host to a series of exclusive and limited-edition designs. We’ve delved deep to discover a little more about each design.
Discover Matthew Day Jackson’s Kolho furniture collection in The Conran Shop Marylebone’s LDF19 installation, created in association with Hauser & Wirth.
Partnering with contemporary and modern art gallery Hauser & Wirth, The LDF 19 window installation at our Marylebone store will be a tribute to art & design.
The Conran Shops looks into the history of the Eames Plastic Chair, a 1950s icon, and its refreshed colour palette, brand new for 2019.
To find out a little more about the inspiration behind her designs, CLÆ and her fascination with pottery, The Conran Shop sat down with potter Josie Swift.
This spring, The Conran Shop visits the Calder-Picasso exhibition at the Musée National Picasso-Paris to discover the striking similarities between two of the best-known names in 20th-century art.
The Conran Shop takes a trip to Paris’ Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine to find out more about the little-studied furniture from the last 60 years.