||||||||||Elliot Brooks (l) and Dan Ziglam (r)|Wire lighting, a Corner chair and a Plex sideboard|Woody, an upholstered bench with the look of a felled tree, chimes with a vogue for temporary perching spots for the office|Love chairs in Manchester Central Library|Massed ranks of Tyneside loungers, designed by David Irwin specially for the Tyneside Cinema|The Raw Spun pendant, Harvey sofa & Laptop Table for mobile working|Working Girl is an extensive range of stools and chairs with a utility aesthetic|The Form chair was one of Deadgood’s first products|The just-released Knurled rug, which mimics an industrial textured finish in soft wool||
05 May 2015

Deadgood – a byword for great British design

Words by James McLachlan

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