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The museum celebrates the life and work of renowned furniture designer Sir Gordon Russell and his company. Schooled in the Arts and Crafts tradition of the Cotswolds, Gordon Russell believed that the hand crafted tradition of British cabinet making...more
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I went to visit The Gordon Russell Museum as part of research into the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement. This museum shows the inspiration Gordon Russell took from the designers of that period and how furniture making developed with the intelligent use of...More
If you are in Broadway with an hour to spare then you really should consider spending it here. It's only a small museum - one large room downstairs and one large room upstairs - but it is well set out, with some very interesting pieces...More
I had been meaning to venture here for ages- as usual when you live so near you tend to forget it as it's always there-so to speak! Closed Mondays which seems a pity if others have travelled far to visit!
I had not realised that...More
Gordon Russell was arguably the best British designer of the twentieth century. Most people will have furniture in their homes influenced by his pioneering work - aesthetically pleasing and functional at the same time. His story is all the more remarkable because he was self-taught....More
Been meaning to visit the Gordon Russell Design museum for many years, and so pleased that I finally made the effort. I knew that Gordon Russell was a furniture famous for his modernist designs, but I had no idea how far his talents stretched. There...More