Come and join us! Dirty Furniture editor Anna Bates is leading a panel discussion on the future of work with designer Konstantin Grcic and Adam Strudwick from HLW – see Clerkenwell Design Week guide for details.
Well Done Alice!
Hats off to Alice Twemlow, who won an award for her fantastic piece Don’t Think! Discard! You can read the essay, commissioned and published by Dirty Furniture, in issue 4 – Closet.
Pre-order Issue 4
Dirty Furniture issue 4 – Closet – launches this summer! Pre-order your copy here and be the first to read great writing by author Brian Dillon, design writer Alice Twemlow, gaming critic Rob Gallagher, fashion writer Philippa Snow and more…
Matter of Fact London Launch
We’re thrilled to announce the London launch of our year-long touring exhibition Matter of Fact with Bisley. We ask ten international designers to select what we should store for the future. In today’s era of fake news and digital media, are things our most reliable storytellers? Come and take a look at how Jurgen Bey, Théophile Blandet, Jo Anne Butler, Aric Chen, Talin Hazbar, Sam Jacob, Parsons & Charlesworth, Tobias Revell, Birgit Severin and El Ultimo Grito have answered. From 22-24 May at Bisley, 32 Darlington Street, London EC1V 0BZ
Issue 1 Couch Sold Out
We’d love to keep selling Dirty Furniture forever, but due to popular demand, issue one – Couch – is now sold out. Make sure you don’t miss out on the rest. You can still bag yourself Table, Toilet, Closet, Telephone and Bed here.
It’s been a busy summer for Dirty Furniture: while co-editor Anna has been preparing for the new academic year at London’s Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art, Elizabeth has been talking things Dirty Furniture far and wide.
Well, that’s a nice start to the day! We’re very happy to have been nominated for a couple of Stack awards: editor of the year and best non-fiction. Keep your fingers crossed for us…
London Design Festival has finished - but what fun we had. Our exhibition - Toilet Break - in collaboration with The Shit Museum, featured two exhibitions and a series of debates to explore the potential of shit and how we might re-evaluate our most primordial activity. More
Issue Three Launches
Issue three has launched! And is now available to buy online and out in the wild. See here for a list of our stockists…
Dirty Furniture at the London Design Festival
We’re launching issue three –Toilet – amid a host of provocative exhibitions and debates in collaboration with our friends from The Shit Museum (Italy). Find out all about our event, Toilet Break, here.