Welcome to our ‘On the Sofa’ series in which Founder & CEO of Taylor Howes, Karen Howes interviews key people within the British Interior Design, Property and Luxury sectors to gain some insight into their world. In this weeks episode Karen interviews Tim Gosling, Founder & Director of Gosling.
Tim founded Gosling in 2005 after 18 years as a director at Linley. Tim is passionate about design and craftsmanship and has carved out an international reputation for exquisite bespoke furniture and interiors. .
Tim has an impressive portfolio of worldwide furniture and interior commissions, including the Jaeger-LeCoultre flagship London store, The Goring Hotel, The Berkeley Hotel, BP Headquarters in London, the Oriana cruise ship and many of the finest private homes and superyachts in the world.
Tim lives in an elegant London townhouse surrounded by private collections of exquisite ephemera. He is passionate about preserving the language of furniture design and the skills of British craftsmen and lectures regularly around the world. A skilled artist and draftsman, Tim has held drawing master classes in London, Shanghai, New York and Moscow. In 2015 Thames & Hudson published his third book, the highly acclaimed, Classic Contemporary – the DNA of Furniture Design. Karen sits with him to gain a little more insight to his world, his career as well his amazing charitable initiative the Interior Designers Pantomime.