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 £2000
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.
Licce Chair £5500
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 £2800
The top of Magnus Long’s table is crafted from Arabescato marble and the European oak legs are uniquely interlocked to form triangles.
1085 Chair £2100
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 £228
Harry Bertoia's famous chair has been reissued for 2015. The 1952 classic has been reimagined in plastic, modernising the Mid-century silhouette.
Hand-Folded Lamps £225
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 £850
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.
Book Lamp £195
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 £1150, £2000
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 £240
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 £1550, £1650
Garay Studio’s lamps act as a prism, colourless when unlit but creating subtle and interesting colour palettes when illuminated.
In store only
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.
View at the Chelsea Store
Untitled Armchair 2015
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.
View at the Chelsea Store