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English Heritage

English Heritage is to open the doors on 'Sitting Pretty' - an 'interactive seating exhibition' at its 19th-century Greek revival pile in rural Northumberland, Belsay Hall. The show, which opens on 30 May and runs until 28 August, features works from innovative designers such as Karim Rashid, Eley Kishimoto, Claudio Silvestrin and David Linley, and blurs furniture with sculpture. Rashid's 'Pleasurscape' (above left), a fibreglass multi-seating block that looks like a futuristic landscape, ...

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