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DESIGN CENTRE LONDON

The London Design Centre was an branch of the Council of Industrial Design, itself created by the British government’s Board of Trade at the tail end of the 2nd World War. The Council’s objective was to promote the improvement of design in the production of UK-manufactured goods. The council was renamed The Design Council and in 1956 the Design Centre was opened to the public in London’s Haymarket. It combined floating exhibitions with examples of standout British design and proved popular with both regular consumers and manufacturers.

CARLTON WARE "WATERLOO" 1971. - Potteryby vetraio50
in Pottery
 " DESIGN CENTRE LONDON" - ENGLAND - Mid-Century Modernby SEAN68
in Mid-Century Modern
DESIGN CENTRE LONDON " CERAMIC BANK" - Potteryby SEAN68
in Pottery