Victoria and Albert Museum

The world’s greatest museum of art and design

The Dr Susan Weber Gallery tells the story of furniture design and production spanning the past 600 years and displays more than 200 outstanding pieces, including chairs, tables, bureaux, stools, chests, cabinets and wardrobes. Designers such as Thomas Chippendale, Frank Lloyd Wright, Eileen Gray, Charles and Ray Eames, Tom Dixon and Ron Arad sit alongside lesser-known names all selected for their superior techniques.

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The Furniture Machine: Furniture Since 1990

The Furniture Machine: Furniture Since 1990

Contemporary furniture design has enjoyed growing popularity in the last fifteen years, both in Britain and internationally. The Furniture Machine loo…

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Event - Objects on the move - a short history of mobile furniture design

Thu 11 September 2014 13:00

FREE TOUR: Whether around a room or across the globe, furniture has always been designed to be moveable. This tour of the V&A's Furniture Gallery will examine that importance of mobility to the history of furniture, looking at what a moveable design can reveal about an object’s social and economic life.

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