The Conran Shop takes a look at this year’s London Design Festival celebrations with gallerists Hauser & Wirth and design studio Sella Concept.
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We explore the skilled manufacturing and clever design behind Samuel Wilkinson’s Latis Chair exclusively available at The Conran Shop.
Discover Matthew Day Jackson’s Kolho furniture collection in The Conran Shop Marylebone’s LDF19 installation, created in association with Hauser & Wirth.
The Conran Shop will celebrate LDF19 with an immersive installation named AD INFINITUM that has been created by dynamic interior design duo Sella Concept.
To celebrate the launch of MALIN+GOETZ at The Conran Shop, we sat down with its founders Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz to discover a little more about the contemporary apothecaries.
The Conran Shop sits down with Huw Evans, winner of The Conran Shop Design Award 2019, and the nine Shortlisted designers to find out a little more about their collections.
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.
The House of Rémy Martin, has collaborated with metalworker Atelier Steaven Richard to bring the world an exclusive limited-edition bottle of its XO cognac.
Ahead of London Craft Week 2019, The Conran Shop visited Make-Ready’s Kentish Town-based studio in London to see Sascha Lobe’s artworks come to life.
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.
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.
The Conran Shop explores the work of mid-century designer Finn Juhl, the focus of Stockholm Nationalmuseum’s latest retrospective.