The 20/21 Journal

Discover our passion for good design and the rich stories behind the iconic pieces, talented designers and skilled makers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries that we represent.


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In Conversation with Niwaki

We caught up with Jake from Niwaki, who source and import beautifully made Japanese designs for the garden. Their Okatsune secateurs have been a favourite with twentytwentyone for several years.

Jiro Chair | Viewing Room

We spoke to the London-based designer John Tree about his work with Resident and the Jiro swivel chair. John has shared development sketches, movies and images, plus answered questions to illustra...

Rope Paper Stone | Viewing Room

In September 2020 we launched our first online exhibition, in collaboration with Artlogic, celebrating the launch of the new Rope chair and Vases Découpage by Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec.

Social Togetherness: Pat O'Leary

Ceramicist Pat O'Leary discusses her design process, from initial sketches to its realisation in clay and how the pandemic has affected her work and the studio community she works within.

Tako Armchair | Viewing Room

twentytwentyone have worked with Naoto Fukasawa for many years and closely collaborate with the Japanese manufacturer Maruni. We are excited to launch the Tako armchair in UK, and have the first av...

Vertigo Nova | Viewing Room

Constance Guisset's Vertigo Nova pendant light has been a twentytentyone bestseller for over ten years. We were invited to exclusively launch a new addition to the range. Visit the viewing room here.

Social Togetherness: Superfolk

In recent months, we find ourselves more engaged with the environment. Joanne and Geroid are the founders and designers of Superfolk and draw inspiration from the land and water of Ireland.

Social Togetherness: Ian McIntyre

Today we talk to designer Ian McIntyre about his re-engineering of the iconic Brown Betty teapot, and how its history has formed and shaped its new development. 

Social Togetherness: Inga Sempé

With many still working from home, we are doing much more preparation of food and drinks. We asked designer, Inga Sempé, to share her experiences, with reference to her design for Crane Cookware.

Social Togetherness: Bessie Austin

Austin Austin, is dedicated to producing organic skincare products using the finest natural ingredients. Today we talk to Bessie Austin, as part of our Social Togetherness series.

Social Togetherness: Mikiya Kobayashi

Today, we are talking with Mikiya Kobayashi from his studio in Tokyo. We discuss the background to the Tate Otama ladle, future projects and a positive approach to these times of change.

Social Togetherness: Spandana Gopal

Spandana Gopal, the founder of Tiipoi, talks to twentytwentyone about life in lockdown, adapting to working from home and the music that inspires her day.

Social Togetherness: Suzy Hoodless

Interior designer, Suzy Hoodless, discusses the impact of working from home on family life and the creativity and enrichment that has flourished during the pandemic.

Social Togetherness: Katherine Hoeger

As part of our Social Togetherness series, we talk to Katherine Hoeger of Nine United, to discuss her experience of lockdown and working from home highlights.

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