We take a look at the newly refined Conran Shop at Selfridges, which has doubled in size and now encompasses pieces from our extensive furniture and lighting collections.
The Conran Shop takes a look at this year’s London Design Festival celebrations with gallerists Hauser & Wirth and design studio Sella Concept.
We look into the annual Paris Design Week party at our Rue du Bac store, which kicked off this year’s Paris Design Week celebrations.
We explore the skilled manufacturing and clever design behind Samuel Wilkinson’s Latis Chair exclusively available at The Conran Shop.
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.
The Conran Shops looks into the history of the Eames Plastic Chair, a 1950s icon, and its refreshed colour palette, brand new for 2019.
This summer, The Conran Shop explores how life imitates art and vice versa at the Living in a Box: Design and Comics exhibition at Vitra’s Design Museum.
The Conran Shop pays a visit to the Design Museum’s Stanley Kubrick retrospective to discover more about the director and the design icons within his films.
As the Bauhaus’ 100th anniversary approaches, The Conran Shop explores some of the best exhibitions, installations and design tributes the world has to offer.
The Conran Shop explores the work of mid-century designer Finn Juhl, the focus of Stockholm Nationalmuseum’s latest retrospective.
The Conran Shop visits the Fashion and Textile Museum’s ‘Swinging London: A Lifestyle Revolution’ exhibition and discovers more about the Sir Terence Conran and Dame Mary Quant-inspired show.
In remembrance of world-renowned designer Florence Knoll, The Conran Shop celebrates her achievements and immeasurable contributions to the design world.