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Terence Woodgate was born in London in 1953 and initially trained as a design engineer. However, fascination with purer design forms led to him retraining in the 1980’s as a furniture designer at the London Guildhall University. Woodgate established his first design studio in London in 1988 and began to build his reputation as a thoughtful designer of both style and practical innovation with lighting designs for Concord Lighting and his collection of modular cabinets. Woodgate has proved to be a versatile and innovative designer with a studied and patient approach to design and the work he produces is always marked by its attention to detail. His decision to absorb European influence led to a move to Brussels in 1991 which resulted in commissions from international manufacturers, however in 1996 he returned to England and built a studio in East Sussex, where he now lives and works. His work is held in the permanent collections of the Museu d’Arts Decoratives, Barcelona and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Terence Woodgate

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