SIR TERENCE CONRAN 1931 – 2020
“THE DESIGNER’S JOB IS TO IMAGINE THE WORLD NOT HOW IT IS, BUT HOW IT SHOULD BE.”
Sir Terence Conran, the visionary who transformed design in post-war Britain passed away in September.
THE COVER OF ELLE DECORATION UK NOVEMBER 2020 TRIBUTE ISSUE PHOTOGRAPHED BY HENRY BOURNE
THE COVER STORY OF T, THE NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE’S, FALL DESIGN ISSUE:
“Cactus Dorée, a villa designed by Tom Dixon in the hills near Monte Carlo. Dixon had never designed an entire house before with its zinc-covered retractable dome, concrete cladding and spartan profile, the 11,000-square-foot house — which took nearly five years to finish — is both a manifestation of the designer’s aesthetic and an escape from the city below it.”
PHOTOGRAPHED BY HENRY BOURNE
Henry Bourne photographed The cover of T Magazine’s September 2018 Design issue. The House of Federico Marchetti designed by film director Luca Guardino
The Artist Helen Downie, @unskilledworker, photographed by Henry Bourne for Vanity Fair’s @vanityfairuk portfolio: “The Architects of Time” Helen raised four children and beat cancer before turning to art. See more at vanityfair.co.uk and @unlimitedasks and an interview and a film by @kinvarabalfour
Thanks to @vanityfairuk @jimmyslocum @charlowen_ isobel.thompson
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For T Magazine, portraits from Hungary’s Busojaras Festival in Mohacs every February leading up to Shrove Tuesday, Busós scare winter away. The story behind this magical festival comes from the local Sokci community, whose mask-clad ancestors supposedly scared the Ottomans away. Today, the main event is a costumed procession through the town. But before that begins, the Busós arrive in groups from all corners, some crossing the Danube in boats from a nearby island. Folk musicians perform and Busós tease, provoke and entertain. Henry Bourne captured the 6-day-long festival while on assignment for T magazine, the style magazine of the New York Times. follow @tmagazine to see more photos.
Henry Bourne photographed The cover of T Magazine’s March 2016 Design issue. The home of the Danish design consultant Oliver Gustav (@studioolivergustav) His Copenhagen apartment was originally built in 1734, and today it’s listed by the government as a building of architectural significance — and is filled, thanks to Gustav, with too many shades of #grey to count. “People have described my work as ‘dunkel'” — which translates to “dark” or “murky” — “but I think it’s more playful,” Learn more about the designer and his space on tmagazine.com, and don’t miss @tmagazine ’s
#Design issue. Photos by @HenryBourne. Thank you
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