|||||||||||Designer Nigel Coates|Crusty Table, part of the 2008 Scubism collection for Fratelli Boffi, reinterprets Baroque cabriolet legs|The Oxo modular seating system for Hitch Mylius, launched in 1998, has been hugely successful|Animalia, a new collection for Fratelli Boffi, incorporates animal skins, wood and Arcadian tapestry|Tulipini vases, 2009, capture a feeling of movement|Genie Stool, 1988|Legover Chair, 1999|Branson Coates completed an extension to the Geffrye Museum, east London, in 1998|The National Museum of Popular Music in Sheffield, completed in 1999 and closed a year later|A drawing from Coates’ Mixtacity exhibition as part of Global Cities at London’s Tate Modern in 2007||

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