designjunction presents 'A Child's Dream' in partnership with Anglepoise® and ercolRead more ...
designjunction is proud to announce Teddy's Wish as its official chosen charity for 2014. Teddy's Wish raises funds to aid research into the causes behind SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), neonatal death and stillbirth and support grieving families.
The exhibition, ‘A Child’s Dream’ presents
customised versions of two of the most iconic British designs the Anglepoise® Type75™ Mini desk lamp and stacking chair from ercol’s originals collection. 20 leading UK based designers in the field of
architecture, design and graphics have created one-off items to raise funds for
Terence Conran, Tom Dixon, Wilkinson Eyre, Benjamin Hubert, Pearson Lloyd, Paul Cocksedge, AB Rogers, Anthony Dickens, Top Shop, Tony Chambers, Sam Wilkinson, Faye Toogood, Kristjana S Williams, Michael Sodeau, Donna Wilson, Afroditi Krassa, Bethan Gray, Rachel Galbraith, Philippe Moulin and Emma Mawston
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