Lane collection - July 2015 - Ego Magazine
Read the full article with Lane's Creative Director Joff Casciani:Read More
Architectural journalist and interiors blogger Cate St Hill has recently styled our Light Peachblossom and Carmine Little Greene Twin Tone Lampshade. It was shot in her living room over a small, white coffee table and she has produced such a beautiful series of images.Read More
When we exhibited at Design Junction last autumn, Helen Parton from FX Magazine interviewed Lane Directors Joff and Ollie. She’s now written an article about us and FX have chosen us as their ‘ones to watch’ for May 2014! She describes the Twin Tone Lampshade as ‘representing..
‘.. a departure into something bigger while still retaining Lane’s design vision to keep things made in Britain’. She quotes Ollie: ‘There has always been a great number of craftspeople making high-quality products and materials in Britain. We believe in supporting these trades wherever we can’.
‘We make nice things out of nice stuff’, says Joff.
Helen describes the lampshade as having a ‘cute contrast between the outside and inside of the colourful shades … Individually they provide a buzz of brightness, but imagine several together – a real statement in contract interiors’.
Alastair Matthews from Lane stockist Such & Such compiled a Q&A for Lane Director Joff Casciani last week. To discover more about what was behind Lane’s creation, Joff’s favourite food and how similar he and Ollie are, follow this link.
Not only are Joff’s answers really insightful, there are exclusive photographs of the screen prints’ making process in the factory.
The Holborn is a quarterly magazine and blog dedicated to style, craftsmanship and quality, well-made stuff. We were really excited when they asked Joff and Ollie to do a Q&A with them about how and why Lane began. It’s great to work with like-minded people who appreciate quality over luxury.
Go to the Holborn’s blog to read the interview.