Influential Designers at Redbrick
Charles & Ray Eames
Known as America’s most famous husband and wife creative team, Charles & Ray Eames worked in just about every medium imaginable. They helped shape America’s Mid-century Modern movement and produced a prolific range of designs including the Eames Lounge Chair (1956) and the DSW Chair (1950) which are still to this day heralded for their innovative use of new materials.
Available from Heal's, ground floor.
Margaux is a Paris based product and interior designer. She has a way with natural materials and often works with glass blowers, cabinet makers and ceramists, combining their skills with her modern aesthetic.
Stine Gam & Enrico Fratesi
GamFratesi is a Copenhagen-based design agency comprising architect Stine Gam and industrial designer Enrico Fratesi, who met while studying architecture in Italy and founded their design agency GamFratesi Studio in Copenhagen in 2006. They are most well known for their iconic Beetle chair for Danish design studio Gubi, which you are sure to see at the hottest interior destinations all over the world.
Availble from Funktion Alley, mezzanine level.
Designer Steuart Padwick has worked in the furniture industry for over 30 years have earned him multiple awards including furnitre designs for royalisty.
The Rubens sofa low, angled back, curved legs and soft upholstery make for a seriously sink-in design.
Available from Made.com, third floor.
Paola has worked as an architect, interior designer and art director as well as producing furniture, home accessories and textiles. Known for taking a modern spin on classic designs, she has attracted collaborations with some of the industry's top furniture brands such as Knoll, Natuzzi and Alessi.
Available from Natuzzi showroom, second floor.