Author, columnist and broadcaster, Stephen Bayley is one of Britain’s leading designers and cultural critics. He recently wrote an interesting article for the Telegraph entitled “My class journey” in which he considers “if I really know my place.”
Following the Great British Class Survey published earlier this year which described the country’s seven classes, Stephen looks back to his childhood and background in order to discover what ‘class’ really means for us as people. Saying “It’s important to separate class and status” he stresses that whilst status can be bought or earned, class cannot, which is why it is impossible to categorise.
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Stephen Bayley is one of Britain’s leading designers and cultural critics. In a piece for the Independent on Sunday, Stephen talks affectingly about his love of travelling, and the positive benefits it can bring to individuals. You can read the piece in full by clicking here.
If you’d like to book Stephen for a speaking opportunity, please email Alex Hickman.
Stephen Bayley is one of Britain’s leading designers and cultural critics. In a new column for the style website Nowness, Stephen hails the subtle sophistication of eating no-frills dishes in low-key environs.
You can read Stephen’s piece by clicking here.
If you’d like to book Stephen Bayley for a speaking opportunity, please email Alex Hickman.
We love Stephen Bayley; he is brilliant, sometimes rude and always funny. The man behind London’s Design Museum, he is also this country’s cleverest speaker on design. Tom Wolfe said “I don’t know anybody with more interesting observations about style, taste and contemporary design” than Stephen, and we agree with Tom Wolfe. Here’s more on Stephen’s next book, Ugly.