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Best of British – John Lewis


MARK Product is taking part in a first at John Lewis Oxford Street throughout September – ‘Best of British’ – a showcase of British furniture brands including MARK, Case and Ercol.
Work is on show by MARK designers Tomoko Azumi, Dylan Freeth, Anna Hart, Sam Johnson, John Miller, Kay+Stemmer and Tom Raffield. 
Some of the designers will be in the store on 21 September for a ‘meet MARK’ day.
The showcase also marks the launch of Gala Wright’s new Bosco sofa which is now on display at selected John Lewis stores nationally and online. 
Domenico Leccacorvi of John Lewis explains “It is the first time John Lewis has showcased furniture design brands so prominently, and underlines our commitment as a partnership to promoting great British Design.” 

As well as MARK’s new products, Case are showcasing new products from Matthew Hilton and William Warren.

MARK Press release Best of British

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