Special Edition 675 Chair

The molded plywood and steel-framed 675 chair, created by British designer Robin Day (famed for his efficient, cost-effective approach) back in 1952, gets an upholstery uplift in three new colors—robin red, bilberry blue and granite grey—for this The Conran Shop exclusive. Each is available in an edition of 50, and pre-orders are now open. Price in GBP.

Lina Bo Bardi’s Bowl Chair

Furniture-maker Arper resurrects the architect's 1951 design

Modern Italian architect Lina Bo Bardi made the permanent move to a politically turbulent Brazil in 1946, where she stayed until her passing in 1992—leaving behind a people-first legacy of striking, democratic buildings such as the 1968 São Paulo Museum of Art building (suspended on four “legs,” preserving a public square) and the 1982 SESC Pompéia (a former factory turned into a leisure center, with …