Glamorous and talented, Robin and Lucienne Day changed the way the British thought about interior design. Along with Conran, Robin and Lucienne introduced the UK to the sleek, pared down style of the Modernist Movement. They injected the thrill of colour and line to post war austerity Britain. Robin became known mostly for his furniture designs for Hille while Lucienne was mainly associated with fabric design for Heal's

These pictures show them relaxing at home and one of the room settings on which they collaborated for the Festival of Britain in 1951

Robin Day's seating designs are still being produced today, Habitat stock his Forum design, and Lucienne's fabric designs including the iconic Calyx are available as fabric coverings on a range of seating from Heal's