November 14, 2016 | Coshamie
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 DISCUSSING DESIGN PURITY AND CRAFT PRINCIPLES WITH ONE OF THE UK’S LEADING DESIGNERS Back in 1988, famed design historians Charlotte and Peter Fiell were looking at new furniture pieces exhibited at the Royal Horticultural Society in Pimlico, London. They were admiring works by emerging designers who would later go on to shape the world of interior design as we know it today. Amongst these newcomers was Samuel Chan, whose design was part of the stylish contemporary movement that was poorly represented on the British market, and went against the dominating Postmodernism of David Linley and the English country-house look. Samuel Chan was a much welcome breath of fresh air. [caption id="attachment_3760" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Samuel Chan (Photo Credit: Channels Design/Samuel Chan)[/caption] According to the Fiell’s,...

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