The twentytwentyone seasonal lighting offer returns. 15% discount on selected lighting orders from Sunday 26th October.
Andres Engesvik and StokkeAustad's sculptural glass collaboration captures the essence of trees through the seasons.
Held in the V&A permanent collection, twentytwentyone relaunch William Plunkett's Reigate rocking chair.
We are proud to host the launch of studio vit's first collection of lighting. The Marble lights combine carrara marble with mouth-blown glass.
Mariposa Sofa, designed by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby.
String Light Cone
String Light Cone by Michael Anastassiades.
'When I sit on a train travelling, I always see these strings of electricity out of the window. It's so beautiful and poetic the way they connect the pylons but at the same time they divde the landscape. I wanted to translate this into interior architecture.' Michael Anastassiades.
Inspired by these essential structures on our landscape, Michael Anastassiades interprets their spirit for indoor use.
Cuttings small water glass
Cuttings small water glass by Martino Gamper for J.Hills Standard.
The series features strong, intuitive marks confidently hewn out of the surface of lead crystal. The process of making cuts in this instance is less about applied decoration and closer to sculpture. The tactile crystal forms feel rugged and primitive in the hand; fingers naturally seek out the smooth hollows and crisp ridges of the cuts. The Cuttings series glassware is easy to live with; being flexible and designed for frequent, everyday use.
Solid pendant marble
Solid cylinder pendant designed by Terence Woodgate.
A pure cylindrical form, crafted from solid marble. The rounded inner edge at the shade base is a design signature of the Solid collection.
Sori Yanagi mini pan
Mini pan designed by Sori Yanagi for Gateway Japan.
Distributing heat evenly and efficiently, the extra-thick mini pan is perfect for small dishes, your morning eggs and gourmet dishes.
Cast iron with stainless steel lid. Made in Niigata, Japan.
1198g weight, 0.4 litre capacity.
24.7w x 17.8d x 4.2cmh
Kingston daybed, designed by William Plunkett.
The Kingston range was launched in 1967 and conceived as a family of seating designs sharing common components. Both modular in appearance and in manufacture, the collection offered great flexibility to both domestic and commercial interiors.
The design was considered highly unusual and an individual design statement, but has since become an accepted and much used typology for modular seating designs.
Koppel wall clock
Koppel wall clock, designed by Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen.
First introduced in 1978, Georg Jensen re-released the design in 2013. Featuring a copper surround and white dial, the clock runs on a precision quartz movement and uses AA batteries.
To protect against oxidization and corrosion the copper has been varnished. Please note: To prevent scratching the protective varnish, polishing is not advised.
Available in 2 sizes.
Small 10dia x 4.4cmw
Medium 15dia x 5.2cmw
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