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Graduate Exhibition

September 28, 2020

Sixty years ago I had a good idea, and since I was then sixty years younger, I also had the energy to put it into action. In September, in the first year of the Swinging Sixties, the Inchbald School was established on the … Read more

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A Tribute from Jacqueline Duncan

September 15, 2020

In September 1960 I founded the Inchbald School of Design. Four years later my contemporary, Terence Conran, opened a shop at the end of Walton Street which he called Habitat and which was destined to influence public taste with the effect of a thunderclap! My husband Michael Inchbald was both a classicist … Read more

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Jacqueline Duncan

Inchbald Virtual for the Summer Term

June 12, 2020

Updated March 2021: Given the uncertainties generated by the impact of the Covid Virus, the Inchbald School of Design has decided that it is in the interests of both students and staff to run all courses virtually for the final term of the 2020/21 year of study. We have taken this decision to ensure that there … Read more

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By Andrew Duff, Garden Design Faculty Director. East Anglia has an historic relationship with Holland, partly due to proximity and shared marine interests, but no doubt enhanced by the accession of a Dutchman to the throne of England in 1689. However, … Read more

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Photo Credit : Every effort was made to source the photographer for this image but proved unsuccessful. The only reference available was to the Website Mad About the House, Kate Watson Smith.   Is there a future for antique furniture? This is an … Read more

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