If you visit the Terence Conran Exhibit at the Design Museum, you will find some unusual gifts at the museum shop including the Giles Miller Christmas tree below and several other unique ideas.
Giles Miller Christmas Tree
This festive season decorate your home with a bespoke Christmas tree designed exclusively for the Design Museum by award winning interior and surface designer Giles Miller. Simply attach the wooden base and bird and slide the cardboard segments around the central shaft to style as you desire.
This practical Victorinox pocket tool in credit card format will amaze you with its functionality; nail file with screwdriver, toothpick, tweezers, pin stainless, scissors, pressurized ballpoint pen, letter opener (blade), ruler (cm/inches).
Approximately 38 billion plastic water bottles end up in landfills each year. By using bobble, which has a built in activated carbon filter to remove chlorine and organic contaminants from your tap water, we can all do our part to eliminate unnecessary waste.
Designed by Queensbury Hunt exclusively for Habitat. The iconic chicken brick acts like a traditional clay cooking device. It seals in air and moisture, resulting in a succulent, perfectly browned roast chicken. Made in Portugal, it was originally launched in Habitat in 1968.