While the legs of this table are silverplated steel and were make in 2016 by Benchmark, the top is solid oak salvage from a bog in Norfolk, U.K. The wood has been carbon dated and is appximately 4,200 years old.
Tea and Coffee Service by Marc Newson for Georg Jensen
The traditional tea and coffee service comprises a teapot, coffee pot, creamer, sugar bowl, and tray, in silver, rattan, and maple wood. Newson's work has been exhibited at the Design Museum multiple times dating back to 2000.
Made of solid polished copper with leather accents, this Spun Chair is number 19 of the 35-piece edition. Design Museum founder Terence Conran has been a patron of Heatherwick's since he was just a design student.
This trio of tables by Zaha Hadid date to 2013 and recall some of her most famous buildings. Furthering the story, The Zaha Hadid Foundation is taking over the Design Museum's current Shad Thames building in London.