Call for Kenwood memories and memorabilia for exhibition at The Lightbox, Woking

PUBLISHED: 15:26 15 February 2012 | UPDATED: 21:02 20 February 2013

Call for Kenwood memories and memorabilia for exhibition at The Lightbox, Woking

Call for Kenwood memories and memorabilia for exhibition at The Lightbox, Woking

After founding Kenwood in a Woking workshop in 1947, design pioneer Kenneth Wood went on to develop iconic appliances that transformed our daily lives. This spring, The Lightbox will explore the company's impact on the world and you could help

After founding Kenwood in a Woking workshop in 1947, design pioneer Kenneth Wood went on to develop iconic appliances that transformed our daily lives.


This spring, The Art of Design: Kenwood in the Kitchen will explore the companys impact on the world via examples of their innovative designs, such as the A100 Turnover Toaster and Kenwood Chef, and the memories of Surrey residents.


If you worked at Kenwood, knew Kenneth Wood or have a story to tell about how using a Kenwood mixer transformed how you or your family cooked, thenThe Lightbox would love to hear from you.


They arealso looking for loans of memorabilia and objects relating to Kenneth Wood and the Kenwood brand.


If you are able to help, contact jenny.webb@thelightbox.org.uk or call 01483 737808 by Friday March 16.



  • The Art of Design: Kenwood in the Kitchen, will run from Saturday April 28 to Sunday June 24 and entrance will be free.

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