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Sir Terence Orby Conran (4 October 1931 – 12 September 2020) was an English designer, restaurateur, retailer, and writer. He founded the Design Museum in London. The British designer Thomas Heatherwick said that Conran "moved Britain forward to make it an influence around the world."</ref> Edward Barber, from the British design team Barber & Osgerby, described Conran as "the most passionate man in Britain when it comes to design, and his central idea has always been 'Design is there to improve your life.'"</ref> The satirist Craig Brown once joked that before Conran "there were no chairs and no France."</ref>

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London, New York, Studio Publications [1957]
Sydney : Reader's Digest, c1982
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