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Barbara Brown geo for Heal's, taking a page out of Verner Panton's playbook or is it the other way around? 1962.

Furnishing fabric 'Reciprocation' of screen-printed cotton, designed by Barbara Brown for Heal Fabrics Ltd.

Designed by Bottcher+Henssler  The LUIZ lampshade is made of natural FSC cork available in natural and dark colour with black metal and textile cord  Dimensions: Ø: 18,5cm  H:15,2cm  Light Source: 1 x 8W low energy LED | E27     CONTACT FOR PRICE

Designed by Bottcher+Henssler The LUIZ lampshade is made of natural FSC cork available in natural and dark colour with black metal and textile cord Dimensions: Ø: 18,5cm H:15,2cm Light Source: 1 x 8W low energy LED | E27 CONTACT FOR PRICE

Paul Kenton artist - Taxi Lights, Artmarket Contemporary Art Gallery

Paul Kenton's 'Taxi Lights', uses cold tones to evokes a dismal tone throughout piece despite there being inclusions of red and yellow (amber) to subtle spots of warmth to the piece. It overtly creates a miserable, and dark association.

A monochrome textile pattern names Automation, designed in 1970 by Barbara Brown

The Whitworth Gallery in Manchester is staging an exhibition of work by designer Barbara Brown who supplied a huge range of textiles to Heal's Fabrics during the and