in building and museums

In Buildings

Barbican Centre, London

(Robin Day auditorium seating in theatre, concert hall, cinemas, Sussex tables/benches on terrace)

Churchill College, University of Cambridge

(Robin Day dining chairs in chapel)

John Lewis, Kingston-on-Thames

(Lucienne Day silk mosaics: Aspects of the Sun, 1990, and Islands, 1991)

London Underground Stations

(Robin Day Toro and Woodro benches on station platforms)

Royal Festival Hall, London

(Robin Day auditorium seating in concert hall)

In Museums

Art Institute of Chicago, US

(Lucienne Day silk mosaic)

Archive of Art and Design, V&A, London

(Robin and Lucienne Day Archives; Heal’s Archive; Festival of Britain Archive)

Design Archives, University of Brighton

(Design Council Archives)

Design Museum, London

(Robin Day furniture))

John Lewis Partnership Textile Archive, Cookham, Berkshire

(Lucienne Day textiles and textiles artwork)

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, US

(Lucienne Day textiles)

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada

(Lucienne Day textiles)

Museum of Carpet, Kidderminster

(Lucienne Day artwork for Tomkinson's carpets)

Museum of Modern Art, New York, US

(Robin Day International Low-Cost Furniture Competition archives, Robin Day furniture, Lucienne Day textiles)

Museum of the Home, London

(Robin Day furniture and Lucienne Day textiles)

Philadelphia Museum of Art, US

(Robin Day furniture)

Royal College of Art, London

(Lucienne Day silk mosaic: Three Daughters of Mexico)

Röhsska Museum, Gothenberg, Sweden

(Lucienne Day silk mosaic)

Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon

(Robin Day posters)

Royal Designers for Industry Archive, Royal Society of Arts, London

(RDI Archives, Lucienne Day silk mosaic: The Castle and Other Stories)

Rosenthal Museum, Selb, Germany

(Lucienne Day ceramics)

The National Archives

(Festival of Britain Office records relating to Robin Day, Registered Designs)

VADS (Visual Arts Data Service), online image database

(Design Council Slide Library and Design Council Photographic Index)

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

(Robin Day furniture, television, radio, carpets and posters; Lucienne Day textiles, textile designs, tea towels, silk mosaics, carpets and wallpapers)

Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester

(Lucienne Day textiles, tea towels, carpets, silk mosaics, wallpapers and printing screen)