Best known for being a musical and style icon, David Bowie was (of course) a lot more. One of those unsung attributes happens to be a good design eye, noticeable through his appreciation of Ettore Sottsass and the Memphis Group design. A collector of all kinds of bold, daring furniture and decor, Bowie’s collection is up for auction next month in London. Come 11 November, Sotheby’s will be selling off some of Bowie’s prized possessions and the estimates are surprisingly affordable, with some pieces set to cost around £200. See the collection online at Sotheby’s.
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