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Emily Hoffnung

Categories: Craft / Design

Designed and carved the Great Rising memorial. Has a studio in West London. See more of her work.

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Emily Hoffnung

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The Great Rising / Peasants' Revolt

Matthew Bell realised that The Great Rising lacked a proper memorial and that...

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Jon Bannenberg

Jon Bannenberg

Born Australia, came to London in the mid-50s and worked in music, antiques and interior design.  Then in the 1970s moved into yacht design and designed vessels for the rich and famous. We can't f...

Person, Craft / Design, Australia

1 memorial
Thomas Sheraton

Thomas Sheraton

Furniture designer. Born Stockton-on-Tees, co. Durham. Moved to London in 1790 and published furniture design books. Returned to co. Durham in 1799 and became a Baptist minister. His second peri...

Person, Craft / Design, Seriously Famous

1 memorial
Greenwich Mural Workshop

Greenwich Mural Workshop

The Hitchcock murals were designed and made by artists: Steve and Nathan Lobb, Carol Kenna, Claire Notley and Julie Norburn at Greenwich Mural Workshop, Macbean Centre in Woolwich, SE18.

Group, Craft / Design

1 memorial
William Kent

William Kent

Painter, architect, and designer of gardens and interior furnishings. Baptised in Yorkshire, on 1 January 1686. Began as a sign and coach painter. While on the Grand Tour he met his chief patron an...

Person, Architecture, Art, Craft / Design, Gardens / Agriculture

1 memorial
Dame Mary Quant

Dame Mary Quant

Fashion designer. Born Barbara Mary Quant in Blackheath. She and her husband Alexander Plunkett Greene opened their first shop called Bazaar in the Kings Road, Chelsea, selling clothes designed to ...

Person, Craft / Design, Seriously Famous

1 memorial