Conran not content to rest on his laurels

Comments such as ‘needs to apply himself‘ and ‘more effort required' are unlikely to have ever featured on the school reports of Sir Terence Conran.

29th October, 2005

Comments such as ‘needs to apply himself‘ and ‘more effort required' are unlikely to have ever featured on the school reports of Sir Terence Conran.

Having opened Habitat on the King's Road in London in 1964, then sold it almost 30 years later, Conran could have been forgiven for resting on his laurels.

Instead, he's immersed himself in range of creative projects and has taken on a variety of roles, from industrial and interior...

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