Various interviews and articles both published and online

Behind the Design: Anthropologie

Introducing Anthropologie x Soho Home

Founded in London in 1995, Soho House is a members’ club for creative professionals around the globe. From Mumbai to Los Angeles, each House serves as a home-away-from-home for the artists, writers, and makers among us. 

Let’s begin where it all started: in London’s fashionable Soho district at 40 Greek Street, where the original club still occupies five historic Georgian townhomes. Here, our designers borrowed from the building’s classical architecture to bring a fresh spin to a cornerstone of entertaining: your dining room table. 

“I used the cornicing that runs around Greek Street’s ceilings as the main detail on the Harrison Collection,” says Adam Daghorn, Anthropologie’s Senior Furniture Designer. “Replicating that orb detail in solid wood is very striking, and I incorporated that shape in the base of the table, as well. Interlocking brass bands help break up the wood, and gives it our Anthro wink.”

Designer Profile - Heal's website

I was contracted by Heal's to design several pieces by their in-house development team. Working with the furniture buyer, I designed a series of dining tables. I wanted to make sure I kept the important design references and details that are associated with Heal's and the products they are famous for but still achieving the specific price points and strategy that Heal’s required.

Rob Scarlett Meets…

"Scarlett Design was established in early 2010 by British designer Rob Scarlett, who began his career when he was named the 2003 Young Designer of the Year. Subsequently, Rob has played a key role in the design teams of some of the best-known brands and businesses in the UK furniture industry, including Willis & Gambier, Nathan Furniture, Mark Webster and Yinihome. He has also enjoyed success with ranges launched through UK retailers such as Heal’s, Marks & Spencer, Furniture Village and John Lewis.

In this series, designer Rob Scarlett goes in search of the unsung design heroes of the industry to find out what makes them tick. In this article Rob meets Marks & Spencer’s lead furniture designer, Adam Daghorn..."

Link to the digital version here

M&S Magazine

For the September edition of the Marks & Spencer magazine I was asked to comment on the new furniture launching for Autumn Winter 2015.