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.
For London Craft Week 2019, The Conran Shop chats with Sascha Lobe to find out more about the Pentagram partner and the exclusive prints he has created.
Ahead of a very exciting collaboration with family-owned MOSCOT, The Conran Shop sits down with Zack Moscot to discover more about the glasses specialist.
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.
To celebrate the centenary of the Bauhaus movement, The Conran Shop digs a little deeper and explores some of the key materials used by the influential German art school.
As the Bauhaus’ 100th anniversary approaches, The Conran Shop explores some of the best exhibitions, installations and design tributes the world has to offer.
Look inside Tate Britain’s Van Gogh and Britain exhibition, showcasing the artist’s finest pieces, sources of inspiration and his impact on British art.
As part of a series of articles about the Bauhaus’ influence on Britain, The Conran Shop visited London’s Isokon building and took a tour of the on-site gallery.
The Conran Shop sits down with the founder of UMA Oils, Shrankhla Holecek, to discover more about the story behind the luxurious skincare and wellbeing brand.
In celebration of The London Coffee Festival, The Conran Shop takes a tour behind the scenes of artisan coffee specialists Workshop Coffee’s roastery.
In celebration of World Wildlife Day on Sunday 3rd March, The Conran Shop sits down with The London Honey Co., to discover the buzz behind urban beekeeping.
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.