We will host an exhibition and online auction of furniture and objects from Robin and Lucienne Day's home 17th - 21st September 2014.
Held in the V&A permanent collection, twentytwentyone relaunch William Plunkett's Reigate rocking chair.
twentytwentyone are proud to exclusively host the launch of a classic design by Franco Albini.
Devised in 1926 by sculptor Havard Henten, the simple leather Henten bag is still made today using traditional techniques and materials.
2014 sees the centenary of this iconic designer. His life was a constant quest to explore the logic and potential of wood.
Laurel valet designed by Simon Kampfer.
Laurel is part of a trio of simple, practical and elegant pieces for everyday use.
Inspired by the playful juxtaposition of circular and rectangular shapes, the valet, coat hanger and side table are beautifully crafted in solid natural oak or stained ash.
43.5w x 47d x 137cmh
CH 88P upholstered chair designed by Hans J. Wegner.
To mark the 100th anniversary of Hans J. Wegner's birth, Carl Hansen & Son is launching Wegner's CH88 chair - a 1955 design that has, to date, existed only as a prototype.
The CH88 is versatile both in terms of its appearance and usability thanks to its numerous finish, frame, and room placement options.
Keyboard desk/console designed by Konstantin Grcic for Marsotto.
Desk/console with rotating top extension in white Carrara marble with a matt polished finish.
35w x 78.5d (120cm when open) x 75cmh
A collection of sideboards designed by Mario Ruiz for Punt.
Made from wood veneer, the Stockholm sideboard has drawers with no handles and an anodised alumnium top in the colours gold or pale rose. The Stockholm collection includes dressers and sideboards in a range of sizes.
Established in Rio de Janeiro the Frescobol set is inspired by Copacabana beach culture and hand-crafted luxury yachts and is designed to be played at the beach or any outdoor environment.
Each bat is hand-crafted and given the utmost level of personal attention.
Small remnants of wood, left over from the production of furniture, are collected, sculpted to a bat, and varnished to resist sun, sea and sand.
Petanque set by Akiko Kuwahata for Skagerak.
The French form of boules originated in 1907, though similar games were played by the Ancient Greeks. The Akiko Petanque set is intended to endure, being well constructed and easy to carry.
Akiko is the fruit of a collaboration between the Danish designer Hans Thyge and the Japanese designer Akiko Kuwahata. Kuwahata came to Denmark as part of her design studies and worked as a trainee at Hans Thyge’s architectural practice, RKDO, in Aarhus. The Akiko range was named after Kuwahata.
Indoor watering can
Indoor copper watering can by Haws.
In 1886, John Haws adapted the design of a French made waterpot (or can as they are now called) and designed a can with perfect balance. Whether full, half full or empty the can could be used without undue strain to the operator. To this day, the original design has not been altered in any major way.
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