twentytwentyone aspire to share their enthusiasm for design through a programme of exhibitions and events. We have a history of collaborations with both designers and manufacturers.

Our aims are varied and will include energies to raise awareness or efforts to support charitable causes. Historical designers are lauded or young designers given a platform.

Our quest to source new ideas and concepts will provide the UK launch for collections or individuals from the UK and overseas.


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Back + Forth

Please join us for Back + Forth, celebrating our 25th anniversary and the international launch of Vaarnii as part of London Design Festival 2021.

Jiro Chair

Discover John Tree's Jiro Chair in twentytwentyone's second online exhibition.

Rope Paper Stone

twentytwentyone, in partnership with Artlogic, are pleased to launch our first online exhibition, Rope Paper Stone by Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec.

Edit '19, 2019

twentytwentyone presents a defining mix of contemporary and classic designs for London Design Festival.

Edit '18, 2018

twentytwentyone's Edit ’18 saw the launch of a defining mix of new contemporary and classic designs for the London Design Festival.

Edit 17, 2017

Edit '17 opened at twentytwentyone as part of London Design Festival 2017. The exhibition hosted an array of classic and contemporary designs reflecting a creative mix of materials and construction.

Day for Flowers, 2017

In celebration of Lucienne Day's centenary year, Day for Flowers opened at twentytwentyone's River Street showroom on 20th June.

Marker, plus 20, 2016

Marker, plus twenty, an exhibition curated by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, opened at twentytwentyone’s River Street showroom during the 2016 London Design Festival.

Hotaru by Barber + Osgerby, 2015

As part of the 2015 London Design Festival, twentytwentyone launched Hotaru, the new range of lighting designed by Barber & Osgerby in collaboration with twentytwentyone.

Robin Day Centenary, 2015

twentytwentyone marked the centenary of Robin Day‘s birth with a very special edition of one of his most iconic designs: the Reclining chair.

At Home with the Days, 2014

At Home with the Days, was an exhibition and online auction of 93 lots of furniture and objects from Robin and Lucienne Day’s home.

Wrongshop Editions, 2012

As Wrongshop’s exclusive retail partner, twentytwentyone marked the launch of Wrongshop Editions with an exhibition of its first series of prints.

Artek 2nd Cycle, 2012

twentytwentyone worked with Artek and designer Philippe Malouin in the creation of the Artek stand and Design Junction café during the London Design Festival in 2012.

Karimoku New Standard, 2012

twentytwentyone launched the new collection produced by Karimoku New Standard during the 2012 London Design Festival.

Marsotto Edizioni, 2011

Ten international designers worked with Marsotto to create a diverse selection of functional and enduring designs. twentytwentyone held an exhibition to showcase these creations.

Highlights from Milan, 2010

twentytwentyone returned home from Salone Milano thoroughly inspired and intent on recreating the Milan experience in our River Street showroom.

Plus Minus Zero, 2009

twentytwentyone was delighted to host the UK launch of the much-lauded Plus Minus Zero collection during the 2009 London Design Festival.

Design Britain, 2009

twentytwentyone supplied a small exhibition to the Design Britain NEC trade event to celebrate the qualities of British design.

Highlights from Milan, 2009

twentytwentyone presented a selection of new and progressive designs, fresh from their launch at the Salone Milano 2009.

TEN twentytwentyone, 2008

twentytwentyone exhibited the TEN product family during 100% Design in London and subsequently formed part of the exhibition Wood, supported by the Crafts Council.

Modernism at Circa, 2007

twentytwentyone curated and supplied all pieces for an exhibition dedicated to the highlights of British design from the postwar era.

Bags of Goodwill, 2007

twentytwentyone marked their move from plastic shop bags to paper and cloth bags with a charitable exhibition raising awareness and funds for the Fairtrade Foundation.

Super Normal, 2006

Super Normal reflected the observations and even the design language of two of the world’s leading designers, posing the question: why are the objects we care about most often the least noticeable?

Hobnob by Eley Kishimoto, 2003

twentytwentyone collaborated with design duo Mark Eley and Wakako Kishimoto to launch a new range of chairs upholstered in their Flash textile design.

Going Once... Going Twice... auctions, 2001-2002

Organised by twentytwentyone in collaboration with Coexistence. One-off designs were auctioned at the Design Museum and raised over £29,000 for charities promoting children’s health and happiness.

Rock, 2002

twentytwentyone's Rock exhibition set out to dismantle the preconceptions that accrue around the rocking chair and to show the value of seats that rock. 

Snowcrash Cloud, 2002

In 2002 twentytwentyone represented the innovative Finnish company, Snowcrash, in the UK. One of their many spirited concepts was a portable environment for use as a meeting or relaxing space.

100% Design, 2001

In 2001 twentytwentyone launched their own collection at the 100% Design show held at Earls Court. The range included Avian, a new seating design by Robin Day.

Childsply, 1999

The Childsply exhibition was conceived by twentytwentyone to highlight the quality of design for children's furniture.

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