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International Women's Day

Join us in our celebration of female designers, and discover the collection of furniture, lighting and accessories, from inspiring designers you need to know about.

Established in the early 1900s, International Women’s Day continues to present an opportunity to reflect, unite and raise awareness of the countless achievements of women across the globe. Join us in our celebration of female designers, and discover the collection of furniture, lighting and accessories, from inspiring designers you need to know about.

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Lindsey Adelman

Lindsey Adelman is an award-winning lighting designer. An English graduate, she first became enamoured with the world of product design whilst working at the Smithsonian Institute. Following a degree at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design, Adelman launched her eponymous design studio in 2006.

Internationally celebrated for her statement lighting pieces, Adelman designed the Agnes collection of chandeliers for Roll & Hill.

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Anita La Grelle

With a career that spans graphic design, sculpture and ceramic design, Anita La Grelle combines the creative freedom of an artist with a technical astuteness of a maker.

Educated first in Antwerp, and later at the Royal College of Art, her work has been exhibited in both London and Belgium. La Grelle’s Terres de Rêves collection of functional tableware features bowls, plates and cups with a lustrous glazed finish.

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Margaret Howell

For over four decades Margaret Howell has established herself as a key figure in the British fashion industry. After graduating from Goldsmiths’ College in 1969, Howell set up her business in South-East London. Today Howell’s designs are sold worldwide, celebrated for their simplicity, functionality, authenticity and timelessness.

In collaboration with iconic lighting brand Anglepoise, she has selected a colourway for a special edition of their Type 75 lamp.

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Reiko Kaneko

Reiko Kaneko is a designer and ceramicist based in Stoke-on-Trent, the heart of English ceramics.

Trained at Central Saint Martins in London, she founded her own company in 2007 and moved to The Potteries in 2012. Here she has tapped into centuries of knowledge of fine bone china production. A keen reader of craft of all kind, Kaneko beautifully combines simplicity with experimentation. Her design collection spans from ceramics to lighting and furniture.

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Sarah Kay and Andrea Stemmer

Trained at the renowned Parnham College in Dorset, Sarah Kay and Andrea Stemmer are versed in the art of cabinet-making and furniture design. Their shared appreciation for fine craftsmanship underpins the Agnes range, a collection of furniture available in oak or walnut. Each piece comes “out of the box” as a solid one piece item, with no assembly required.

This year we celebrate the launch of the Agnes coffee table, a new addition to the range.

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Pascale Lion

Pascale Lion’s relationship with chain-mail started as a personal research project, and developed into a fine jewellery business. Formally trained as an interior architect, she first saw chain-mail’s decorative potential whilst model-making for a client.

With a deeply-routed interest in the historical context, in addition to the physical structure, each of Lion’s contemporary jewellery designs apply a fresh, feminine twist to this largely unexplored material.

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Cecilie Manz

Award-winning designer Cecilie Manz founded her studio in 1998, following her studies in Copenhagen and Helsinki. An advocate of warm minimalism, her work draws on traditional Scandinavian influences, imbuing it with an effortless, timeless appeal.

For Danish lighting brand Lightyears, Manz has created the Caravaggio pendant light. The recognisable shade is simple in form and material, so not to draw attention away from the beauty of light itself.

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Donna Wilson

Donna Wilson is a Scottish textile designer, who graduated in 2003 from the Royal College of Art with an MA in Mixed Media and Constructed Textiles. She set up her own studio, and quickly began to branch out into products including contemporary furniture, homewares, textiles and clothing.

Characterised by its playful nature, tactile aesthetic and multicoloured palette, her designs have won her fans the world over.

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