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The scene would be nowt with the chair taken out: Saarinen’s Womb chair in Down With Love

Eero Saarinen's Womb Chair was designed in 1948 in response to Florence Knoll's request to create a chair "that is like a basket-full of...

Detective work on the art and furniture in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

In Rian Johnson's Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Detective Benoit Blanc travels to a private island oasis to peel back the layers of...

Book review: The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces

I was in my early 20s at art college in London when I first saw The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. The theatrical film sets of Robert Wiene's 1920 German...

Widows: Interior design tips from a millionaire crime boss

We wouldn't normally seek interior design tips from a criminal mastermind and his wife, but when your home décor taste is as refined as Harry and Veronica Rawlings from...

Celebrating Spring with pastel colours in film sets

To celebrate the joys of Spring we take a look at the very specific pastel colour palette that has become synonymous with this time of year - symbolizing positivity...

Movie magic: The role of a film set decorator

Furniture and set decoration have a vital role to play in a film. Whether it’s a Barcelona Chair in Tron, a Brno in Batman v Superman or a whiskey glass in Blade Runner, a...

Charles and Ray Eames Hollywood connections (and how they snuck their furniture into a few films)

Exclusive interview with Eames expert prof. Pat Kirkham We're lucky to have Pat Kirkham back in the UK. After...

The scene would be nowt with the chair taken out: The Moon is Blue

This scene, and indeed the whole apartment scene from The Moon is Blue (1953) would be much less iconic without this Saarinen Womb chair designed for Knoll. Interestingly, Twentieth...

From Iron Man to Mad Men: we discuss furniture in films and Scandinavian design with Skandium

Skandium is the leading retailer in the UK for high-end modern Scandinavian design, both recent creations and vintage classic designs. Many design pieces (Scandinavian...

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