Robert Heritage, born on 2 November 1927 in Birmingham, England. After studying at the Royal College of Art, London he began working as a designer for the London-based furniture manufacturer G.W. Evans (1951-53). Following this Robert Heritage and his wife Dorothy set up their own studio and worked for a number of manufacturers including G.W. Evans Beaver & Tapley, Shannon, Slumberland, Race Furniture and Archie Shine. During this time Robert Heritage also taught at Twickenham School of Art, London (1953-55) and was professor of furniture design at the Royal College of Art (1974-85). He was made a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) by the Royal Society of Arts in 1963 and was a Fellow of the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers (FSIAD).
We currently have a selection of Robert Heritage mid-century furniture including the stunning 'Hamilton' drum table.