LONDON — Terence Conran, the pioneering British designer, retailer and restaurateur, has expired. He had been 88.
His family said in a statement that Conran died peacefully in his house Saturday.
The announcement named Conran that a”visionary” that”altered how we are living in Britain.”
During his collection of job, Conran encouraged British style, culture and the arts across the globe.
His family stated that”in the center of what that he did was a really easy belief that great design enhances the quality of those lifestyles.”
“In the late forties into the current day, his power and creativity prospered in his stores, restaurants, pubs, cafes and resorts and throughout his many layout, structure and furniture manufacturing companies,” the household.
Conran also based The Design Museum in London, that his family described as among the”proudest moments”