Richard Wrightman’s campaign inspired furniture is as much influenced by Danish Modern as it is by English colonial style. Wrightman feels his interpretation of campaign captures the original spirit by “mixing history with invention” with the end result being revisionist historical design.

Wrightman’s interest in campaign began with a late 19th century collapsible chair that belonged to his father – not unlike the Chatwin series he produces today. It would be a chair that Wrightman would take apart and reassemble countless times as his family set up camp between continents. “I appreciated the functionality of the design, and I always felt that the chair had its own secret history of places it had been before my father acquired it… Campaign is very romantic and timeless.”