London Design Festival 2015 may have come to a close, but you can still enjoy our edit of extraordinary furniture and lighting sourced from around the globe.
is a specially curated collection of pieces by both established and up-and-coming designers, many of which are exclusive to The Conran Shop.
Cross Leg Lounge Chair
Exclusive to The Conran Shop, Magnus Long’s award-winning chair was inspired by wrapping Post-it notes into cones to create a supple but stable seat.
With a brass frame, leather upholstery and Brazilian oak arms, Jader Almeida’s chair is a harmony of different materials, textures and inspirations.
Stix Dining Table
The top of Magnus Long’s table is crafted from Arabescato marble and the European oak legs are uniquely interlocked to form triangles.
The 1085 Chair is Bartoli Design’s 1,085th design. It is crafted from natural animal hide that will change in colour and texture through use.
Plastic Side Chair
Harry Bertoia's famous chair has been reissued for 2015. The 1952 classic has been reimagined in plastic, modernising the Mid-century silhouette.
Piet Hein Eek’s lamps are inspired by his interest in old-fashioned punching machines. The perforations cause light to escape beautifully through each tiny hole.
CIGG Side Tables
With an adjustable marble platform and a sleek brass stem, Jader Almeida’s CIGG Side Tables showcase the designer’s fascination with the idea of simplicity.
When closed, Lumio’s Book Lamp masquerades as a hardcover tome, but when opened, it transforms into a sculptural LED light.
Shimmer Side & Coffee Table
Patricia Urquiola’s tables are crafted from laminated glass bonded together at intersecting planes, which cause their compositions to alter when viewed from different perspectives.
Single Template Lamp
A naked bulb housed in a ceramic box, Piet Hein Eek’s lamp is based on the idea of integrating various materials into one simplistic design.
Rings 1.3 & Rings 1.5
Garay Studio’s lamps act as a prism, colourless when unlit but creating subtle and interesting colour palettes when illuminated.
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Morten Husum Nielsen’s Dumbo Chair plays with proportion and texture. The chair is a contemporary interpretation of rattan; its intricately woven fibres appear as lightweight as fabric, replicating lacework or crochet.
Untitled Armchair 2015
Glen Baghurst’s Untitled Armchair 2015 has Scandinavian influences. Using a distinctive mix of materials, its back is ash timber and the frame is comprised of powder-coated steel with a leather seat.