|||||||L-R: Mark Hammond, Keiron Bakewell and Matt Welsh|Hush, a modern take on the wingback, has become the chair du jour of workplace designers|Student Samir Skalli designed the Busby chair for the BBC’s new Salford office|Logan, a height- adjustable table for wobble-free working, and a Reg chair|Naughtone’s bespoke work at the newly refurbished Novotel Leeds|A new cantilevered chair designed by long-time collaborator Stefan Bench||
25 Jul 2011


Words by James McLachlan

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