twentytwentyone in conversation with Tom Butterfield, Alexandra Gerber, John Tree + Sam Stotesworthy.
For the London Design Festival 2023, twentytwentyone present new and existing work from Maruni, Nikari, Ozeki & Co. and Woodnotes.
The synergy between these companies, exhibiting together for t...
Kasper Holst Pedersen, Master Craftsman, Owner and CEO of PP Møbler, reflects on 70 years of craftsmanship, the future of the Danish joinery workshop and why there is no such thing as good enough.
Introducing our latest exclusive, the Kingfisher, handmade by Tom Wilson of Curio Studio. Discover the design process behind the refined, handcrafted wooden birds.
We caught up with Nina Tolstrup and Jack Mama of East London-based multidisciplinary design studio, Studiomama to discuss their partnership with Finnish manufacturer, Vaarnii and their new creation...
Please join us for Edit '22 this September. The exhibition brings together some of the most compelling furniture, lighting, and design launches of the year and will also introduce the entirely new ...
Congratulations to Ronan + Erwan Bouroullec, awarded the prestigious Compasso D'oro for their refined modular lighting system, BELT, at the 27th edition of the international design awards.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Parentesi, and to celebrate, Flos has launched a special anniversary edition in two bold new hues, Turquoise and Orange Signal.
As we continue to celebrate 25 years of twentytwentyone, we have teamed up with British designer, Suzy Hoodless, to launch a new edition of a twentytwentyone exclusive: the twentytwentyone Annivers...
This year, we celebrate our 25th anniversary in our namesake year. To acknowledge this milestone, we are releasing a series of limited editions and unique products.
In celebration of twentytwentyone's 25th anniversary, Jasper Morrison and Giulio Cappelini have collaborated with twentytwentyone to produce a re-release of the iconic Thinking Man's Chair. Availab...
We talk to Monoware founders, Daniel Baer and Jassim Ahmad, to discuss the impetus behind the brand and their production processes to develop everyday essential tableware with timeless appeal.
Today we talk to Calum Haggerty, owner of Coco Chocolatier, to discuss the intersection of chocolate and design, sourcing raw materials and ethical production.
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...
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.
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...
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.
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.
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.
Britains' most prolific and pioneering industrial designer, Sir Kenneth Grange, discusses the impact of the world pandemic, working from home and future projects.
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.
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.
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.
Designer Hugo Passos talks to us from Setúbal, to discuss his experience of life in lockdown, a forced reconsideration of resources and future projects.
As part of our Social Togetherness series, we talk to East London designer Erica Toogood, co-founder of the clothing label TOOGOOD about balancing work and home life during lockdown.
Contemporary textile designer, Eleanor Pritchard, discusses the effect of the pandemic on the creative process, her inspiration from home and pastime recommendations.
Co-founder of The Modern House, Albert Hill, shares his experience of family life during lockdown, podcast and music recommendations and his most coveted rug.
Jacob Plejdrup, the founder of furniture manufacturer DK3, discusses his experience of lockdown and home-working in Denmark as part of our Social Togetherness series.
Today we talk to Koda Munetoshi, the CEO of Maruni Global Branding for an insight into life in lockdown from Tokyo, as part of our Social Togetherness series.
Risa and Yasu of the design studio, Mentsen, examine adapting to life in lockdown from their London home, their creative outlets, future projects and podcast recommendations
Known as ‘the people’s designer’, Børge Mogensen (1914 – 1972) was instrumental in the forming of the Danish modern movement, creating some of the most iconic designs of the post-war era.
April has arrived, as has our monthly newsletter, discover our new arrivals that embrace the warmer weather.
The March edition of the twentytwentyone newsletter has arrived, highlighting new arrivals to our shop, showroom and online.
twentytwentyone will host Edit ’18, an exhibition of innovative and enduring new designs, many of which are seen for the first time in the UK as part of the London Design Festival.
The July twentytwentyone newsletter is here, with details of new arrivals, from Established and Sons’ reproduction of the Mauro chair, to Woodyzoody’s menagerie of wooden animals.
Minimalux design and produce accessories for the home and person, characterised by a formal minimalism, employing premium materials and lustrous finishes.
twentytwentyone’s February newsletter is here, with details of all the latest designs to arrive in-store and online, from Joe Colombo's Italian lighting to Jasper Morrison and Wataru Kumano‘s stools.
Our most recent sale newsletter is here, with details of further reductions and new additions to our seasonal clearance of one-off, ex-display furniture and lighting, with discounts of up to 75%.
Our January newsletter is here, with details of all the latest additions to our clearance of one-off, ex-display furniture and lighting designs, offered at discounts of up to 75%.
twentytwentyone’s Winter sale is now underway at our Upper Street shop River Street showroom, with 15% off selected classic and contemporary furniture, lighting and rugs.
Our latest newsletter is here, offering all the details of our upcoming Winter sale, plus a preview of just some of the ex-display designs offered at discounts of up to 75%.
For this year’s London Design Festival, twentytwentyone hosts an exhibition of classic and contemporary designs that reflect a creative mix of materials, construction and form.
Currently showing at the V&A, ‘Plywood: Material of the Modern World’ celebrates the incredibly diverse applications of an often, overlooked material.
twentytwentyone’s June newsletter is here, with our monthly pick of the latest furniture, lighting and accessories to arrive in-store and online.
twentytwentyone’s May newsletter is here, with our monthly pick of the latest furniture, lighting and accessories to arrive in-store and online.
In Lucienne Day‘s centenary year, we are celebrating her contributions to design with Day for Flowers, a collaborative exhibition that also marks the relaunch of Lucienne Day’s Flower Brick.
twentytwentyone’s April newsletter is here, with our monthly pick of the latest furniture, lighting and accessories to arrive in-store and online.
twentytwentyone’s latest newsletter is here, with details of the latest furniture, lighting and accessories to arrive in-store and online, plus details of our Mothers’ Day gift list.
The architect, interior and furniture designer, Finn Juhl is considered one of the founding fathers of modern Danish design and is widely credited with having popularised Danish design in America.
Lucienne Day was Britain’s most distinguished textile designer of the 20th century, esteemed for her understanding of pattern, colour and scale and popularising modern design in Great Britain.
Please join us for panettone, wine and late-night Christmas shopping at our Upper Street shop until 7 pm, each Thursday in December.
twentytwentyone’s collection of candle holders, sconces, scented candles and incense offers all you need to help create an air of seasonal celebration in the home.
‘Marker, plus twenty’, an exhibition curated by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, opened last night at twentytwentyone’s River Street showroom.
Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby’s new design, Marker, will be launched at the 2016 London Design Festival in the context of an exhibition curated by the designers.
twentytwentyone are proud to have been involved with the furniture specification and supply for the new gallery spaces, public areas, the Patron and Members rooms and staff offices.
twentytwentyone’s newsletter is here, with highlights from the Milan Salone del Mobile 2016, the world’s foremost design event.
Storage is a perennial problem in most households, so any shelving system that combines adaptability, flexibility and efficiency with sheer good looks is sure to stand the test of time.
Robin Day was born 100 years ago on May 25, 1915. To mark his centenary, twentytwentyone has collaborated with a group of designers to pay homage to one of Britain’s most gifted designers.
Receive £100 off every purchase of Hans Wegner’s iconic CH 24 ‘Wishbone chair’ in CHS coloured lacquered beech finish, during March, April and May 2015.
Mario Ruiz has been awarded the 2015 Red dot award for his Stockholm collection of sideboards, consoles, shelving and tables.
2015 marks 140 years of Kingston School of Art. The institution can be credited with many significant alumni including Archibold Knox, Gavin Turk, Jasper Morrison and William Plunkett.
The term Brutalism was derived from the French ‘Béton brut’, or raw concrete, and the expression became associated with a movement emerging in postwar British architectural offices.
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