Content for the people

Gay, Alison
April 2003
Cabinet Maker;4/4/2003, Issue 5331, p20
Trade Publication
Focuses on the impact of the partnership between Sir Terence Conran and Christie-Tyler. Accessibility of affordable furniture to the mass market; Creation of a more modern home environment; Production of furniture that hits the price point.


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