The Esquire Guide to Good Design - Episode Three

The London Design Festival is upon us once again, and this year we've spoken to some of the biggest names on the British scene, to provide you with our ultimate guide to good design.

Third on our list is British Artitst-cum-Designer Stuart Haygarth, a chap whose giant chandeliers made of everything from party-poppers to reclaimed spectacles have long been top of the Esquire wish-list.

Over the course of this week we're posting a series of interviews with an array of British stars, we've already shown you Thomas Heatherwick and Peter Marigold, but next in line it's up-and-coming lighting designer Lee Broom and multi award-winning designer (and stone carving obsessive) Max Lamb.

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Click here to see the first installment of our Esquire Guide to Good design with Peter Marigold

Click here to see the second installment of our Esquire Guide to Good Design with Thomas Heatherwick

References

The London Design Festival. www.londondesignfestival.com

Stuart Haygarth www.stuarthaygarth.com

Two Columbia Road - 2 Columbia Road, London E2 7NN www.twocolumbiaroad.co.uk

Dezeen design blog. www.dezeen.com

"Polder" sofa by Hella Jongerius for Vitra. www.vitra.com

Taschen design books. www.taschen.com.

V&A Museum, Kensington, London SW7 2. www.vam.ac.uk