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        StatementGordon Russell Ltd
        PublishersGordon Russell Ltd
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        LC Classifications1937
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 101 p. :
        Number of Pages98
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        ISBN 10nodata
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He set up his first company, Bloomsbury Joinery, in 1980 in. As well as being involved in the arrangements for the Festival itself, Russell provided the chairs and tables for the reception area of the Royal Pavilion and contributed to the review, Design in the Festival.

The design for these chairs was Gordon Russell furniture. used at Winchester, Wells, Southwark and Hereford Cathedrals and has recently gone back into production. — who could prove a need. Thus, the simplicity of a derived Cotswold style was made available on a mass scale. He saw much intensely dangerous active service at Ypres, the Somme and Passchendaele but never doubted he would return.

Luke Hughes (furniture designer)

Awarded a CBE in 1947 and Knighted in 1955 Russell was awarded a second Royal Warrant by Queen Elizabeth II in 1961. Gordon Russell shops in Wigmore Street, London, and Broadway exhibited contemporary work; Nikolaus Pevsner, the architectural historian, became a Russell buyer of textiles, glass and rugs.

In his report published in the RSA Journal, Russell said that not only had they seen many examples of Swedish design, their visit had given him the opportunity, as Master, to present Edward Hald with his RDI diploma.

The designs were unfussy and utilitarian, with an emphasis on the finest handmade quality.