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Content by Terence Conran

Content by Terence Conran was established in 2003 by Sir Terence Conran, founder of Habitat and the Conran Shop. It is a relaxed and informal range of British furniture for contemporary living, designed by Terence and his team. The collection is comfortable, simple and uses natural, authentic materials that look better and better over time.

Bensons for Beds has partnered with Sir Terence Conran to create an exclusive bed frame, the Harper.

Hand made in Britain, the collaboration celebrates the best of British, uniting the skilled and intelligent design of Sir Terence Conran with Bensons’ heritage as Britain’s leading and award-winning bed specialist. We both believe thoughtful design really does improve the quality of our lives.

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Harper Bed Frame

Sir Terence Conran Biography

Sir Terence Conran is one of the world's best-known designers, retailers and restaurateurs. Born in 1931 he founded the Conran Design Studio in 1956 and in 1964 opened the first of the Habitat chain of home furnishing stores that revolutionised design on the British high street in the 60s and 70s. Later he established The Conran Shop with stores in London, Paris and across Japan.

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In the 90s he founded the Conran Restaurants group that opened iconic restaurants, hotels and bars in London, Paris, New York, Japan and Scandinavia including Quaglino's, Bluebird, Mezzo and Le Pont de la Tour. In 1989 he founded the Design Museum in London, the world's first museum dedicated to design which moved to larger premises in the former Commonwealth Building, Kensington, in 2016.

Throughout his career Terence's companies have designed, owned and operated shops, restaurants, hotels, bars and cafés around the world as well as working across the fields of architecture, interiors, products and graphics. This diverse range of projects have all been driven by Terence's fundamental belief that intelligent design improves the quality of people's lives.

Today Terence designs furniture for Benchmark, Content by Terence Conran and The Conran Shop, and is involved in several restaurants including The Boundary, Lutyens, Albion and Bibendum. He has written over 50 informative books that broadly reflect his design philosophy.

He is an honorary professor of the University of the Creative Arts, and was knighted for his services to design in 1983.

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