Charles Dillon (designer)

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Charles Dillon was a British designer who, along with his wife and design partner Jane Dillon, ran an international design studio between 1971-82 making significant contributions to furniture and lighting design across America and Europe. Their studio archives are held at V&A Museum Archives, London.


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