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The official site for furniture designer Robin Day and textile designer Lucienne Day tells the story of their lives & designs and shows all licensed products. The Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation is a design education charity established by their daughter Paula Day in 2012.
Lucienne Day-The Orange Lookbook
Apollo, (detail), late 1950s. Lucienne Day. Manufactured by Heal Fabrics. At the Textile Museum, Washington, D.C Jill A. Wiltse and H. Kirk Brown III Collection of British Textiles. Courtesy the Textile Museum. I was thinking about Pantone's color of the year Tangerine Tango and decided I wanted to feature fabric designs by Lucienne Day using orange tones. I am just a bit enthusiastic about Day's fabric designs. Trio-not sure of the date Foreshore, 1952-this probably leans a bit towards the…
LUCIENNE DAY FILM - at the V&A
design onscreen are having the UK premiere of "contemporary days: the designs of lucienne and robin day, a new documentary film tonight at the V&A museum in london. click here for details or just admire the beautiful textile prints of lucienne in this post
Power and originality: the iconic print designs of Lucienne Day
In post-war Britain, a young Lucienne Day made her name in design conveying the buoyant national mood through jubilant, modernist textiles. These patterns have now come to define mid-century print design and remain wildly popular, and are being celebrated for her centenary today. Paula Day, Lucienne and Robin Day’s daughter and director of the foundation dedicated to her parents’ legacy, believes Lucienne’s enduring influence can be compared with that of William Morris.
The Secret History Of: Lucienne Day's Calyx fabric
As the Southbank Centre launched its celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Festival of Britain this week, it seems fitting to recall the secret history of one of Britain's most important textile designers, who came to prominence during the festival.