Not just one of these up for auction, you can can take your pick of four different colours of the Terence Conran-designed Maclamps for Habitat. Read more
With his collection for M&S, Sir Terence Conran is very much the man of the hour. It also happens to be his 80th birthday soon and the Design Museum has organised an exhibition, The Way We Live Now, to celebrate his impact and influence.
The Terence Conran-designed Hector Bibendum table lamp offers an update on a familar shape.
Looking for some great 1950s and 1960s patterns for your walls? Take a look at the newly launched Conran Fabric archive collection at Surface View.
The collection uses designs by Terence Conran and his contemporaries drawn from the archives at the V&A. The example pictured shows a classic slice of Fifties style and was designed by Conran for David Whitehead Ltd in 1952 (you may remember the oven glove we featured last week based on a design produced by the same company). The collection is based around eight different designs from the Fifties and Sixties, catering to all design tastes.
The designs are available on print or canvas and prices vary dependant on size and format, starting at £120 for a 800 x 1000mm print.
See the range online