Tim Gosling, who resides at Sycamore House, Clapham Old Town, graduated from the Central School of Art & Design in 1987 with a BA (Hons.) degree in Theatre Design. Tim joined David Linley shortly after, becoming a director in 1993. At Linley he was instrumental in developing the company’s design style and expanding their bespoke business over 18 years. In 2005 Tim set up his own company, Gosling, giving him the freedom to design a wider range of furniture while continuing his working relationships with interior designers worldwide. Gosling creates anything from a single, unique piece of furniture to an entire interior design scheme. Gosling has now built up an impressive portfolio with furniture interiors commissions worldwide including The Goring Hotel, the last privately owned hotel, in London in which he designed cutting edge new bedrooms and the downstairs reception rooms. Private client commissions include a number of country homes and London apartments as well as furniture for private yachts. Prestel has recently published a book with Tim called ‘Gosling, Classic Design for Contemporary interiors’ which encompasses a great deal of his designs, materials and ethos. Stephen Calloway the curator from the V&A museum and Jurgan Huber, the Senior Furniture Conservator from the Wallace collection has also contributed to the publication which is available worldwide.