|||||||||||||Kenneth Grange by Ellie Foreman-Peck|Grange’s April seating, new for Modus, puts comfort back in the foreground|Hitch Mylius’ HM 82, designed specifically for elderly care settings|The TX1 cab was safer and more accessible than its predecessor|The High Speed Train, designed for British Rail in 1978 and still going|Grange shaped a generation of kitchens with his work for Kenwood|Ranger, a steel clock designed in the 1960s for Short and Mason|A 1972 monitor for Reuters, with a keyboard that slides neatly under it|The elegant Milward Courier battery shaver, designed in the mid-1960s|Parker’s 25 pen and pencil, made from black enamelled stainless steel|Grange’s most successful project, the Kodak 33 camera, sold 25m units|The ergonomic Royale razor for Wilkinson Sword, with rubber hand-grip||
19 May 2014

Kenneth Grange profile: A man facing forward

Words by James McLachlan

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