Initiated by Case Furniture in partnership with Heal’s and the Robin & Lucienne Day Foundation, ‘A Day to Remember’, will help improve the future of young British designers by supporting the educational work of the Foundation through an exhibition display at Heal’s at Tottenham Court Road from July 31st and a live online auction from August 1 - 21st.
A design that has truly stood the test of time, the 675 chair is one of the most recognised of the Twentieth Century. Originally created in 1952, the chair’s most prominent feature is its curved walnut-veneered plywood back.
"Flash" print has been accepted globally as our signature & it was the obvious choice for the 675 chair project to align what can be seen as design classics.
A design education Charity was set up by the couple’s daughter in 2012. As well as running an Awards programme for design students, the Foundation collaborates on educational projects & is developing a digital archive which is an important resource for exhibition curators, design historians & writers.
Available to view at Heal's flagship, from 1st to 21st August 2019.
The bespoke designs will form part of a three-week window display and in-store presentation at Heal’s, Tottenham Court Road from 29th July. Alongside this, the chairs will be auctioned on the Jumblebee website at www.jumblebee.co.uk/adaytoremember. All proceeds will be donated to the charity.