||||||Terence Conran at his new desk at home in Berkshire|The completed product with a multi-drawer cherrywood desk|Weaving the oak to make the curved, hinged screens that enclose the pod|Cox in the workshop; he was one of ten designers chosen for the project|Soaking the red oak in the river to make it supple enough for weaving||
12 Sep 2014

LDF14: Sebastian Cox on The Wish List

Words by Jenny Brewer

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