Recently Added • 01-May-2023
David Connor is a British interior and architectural designer who became known in the early 1980s for his unique and unconventional designs. He has influenced young designers with his unique way of visualizing ideas through his drawings.
David has worked with notable clients such as Vivienne Westwood, Anish Kapoor, and Malcolm McLaren.
Connor's approach to each project is bespoke and he does not have a signature style. He is known for his evocative flourishes that provoke the imagination and emotions, and for his ability to create bespoke solutions for each project.
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