Contracts

twentytwentyone Contracts are a dedicated team working with architects, interior designers and directly with commercial clients. Our knowledge, close relationships with suppliers and extensive product portfolio combine to provide an unparalleled resource. 

We offer a professional, unbiased and competitive service, providing a single point of contact from specification through to installation.

From the planning stages twentytwentyone assists with the selection of furniture and lighting that contributes function, quality and aesthetics at the budgetary requirements of the project. We diligently manage the order, delivery and installation process, working to time sensitive deadlines on a diverse range of projects in the UK and internationally. We are passionate about good design and continually follow the industry, attending exhibitions, trade shows and factory visits. 

twentytwentyone Contracts has years of experience and have partnered many eminent designers supplying furniture and lighting to highly respected office, hotel, restaurant, retail, institutional and residential projects. Please view some of these completed projects below and contact us for more information regarding our service.

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Franklin Road House

The twentytwentyone contracts team collaborated with New Zealand-based Jack McKinney Architects and interior designer Katie Lockhart on the Franklin Road House in Aukland to create a family home.

The Stables at Great Barn Farm

twentytwentyone worked with The Modern House and Alma + Midori to furnish the Stables at Great Barn Farm in picturesque north Norfolk, suppling a range of iconic 20th-century designs.

ARC Club Homerton

The ARC Club Homerton offers a design-led, professional workspace for local freelancers and creatives.

York House

Situated in Kings Cross, the new York House has been transformed into a bright, open co-working space. Post-war inspired furniture was chosen to complement its pared-back concrete interior.

The AllBright - Maddox Street

twentytwentyone contracts have worked with Suzy Hoodless, supplying furniture to the new AllBright members club on Maddox Street. 

Radar Station

Radar Station is built on the site of two pre-fabricated sheds and aims to preserve the original forms while ensuring a connection between the buildings original use and the vernacular architecture.

Rathgar, Dublin

twentytwentyone Contracts were approached by Peter Legge Associates to supply furniture for a significant renovation to a three-storey, end-of-terrace Victorian dwelling in Rathgar, Dublin.

Ahm House

twentytwentyone have worked with architects Coppin Dockray to renovate the modernist Ahm House, built by Danish architect Jørn Utzon in 1961.

Le 25bis Luxury Guest House

Ramsey Krause designed the newly opened boutique guest house and champagne shop on the world-famous Avenue de Champagne in Epernay for the House of Leclerc Briant.

Happy Face Pizza

Working with the people behind Spirtland, our contracts team supplied furniture and lighting to create a fresh, contemporary take on the classic Neapolitan pizza restaurant.

Television Centre

Alongside creative consultants Suzy Hoodless, our contracts team has helped transform the iconic Televsision Centre into new homes, office and television studios.

Fenman House

Make + Places' Fenman House show flat boasts one of three specifically curated collections designed to complement the interior architecture, with furniture supplied by twentytwentyone Contracts.

Foyer and cocktail bar, Barbican

A mix of timeless and durable furnishings were requested to complement this exemplary modernist interior while ensuring it can continue to accommodate its ever-increasing numbers of visitors.

Frobisher Rooms, Barbican

With the brief to help modernise their Frobisher Rooms, furniture and lighting was specified to sit naturally in a building of the Barbican's architectural heritage.

Duke of York apartments

This mixed-use project saw a 1930s office building near St James's Square transformed into a set of spacious apartments, with the aim to bring an air of quiet luxury through furniture and fittings.
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