For one day only we will be hosting our Warehouse sale on Saturday July 26th at our River Street showroom.
There will be up to 85% off furniture, lighting and accessories.
10am – 2pm
18c River Street
London EC1R 1XN
Our summer sale starts online on Saturday 14th June with 15% discount across selected ranges.
The in-store sale begins at both premises on Saturday 21st June. We will offer up to 75% discount on ex-display furniture and lighting.
The definitive online resource for accurate information about the design careers of Robin and Lucienne Day has just launched.
The comprehensive archive charts work from the 1930′s to the 2000′s with a visual timeline. Shown above is a selection of furniture and textile projects completed by the couple over the years.
Above is the Black Leaf tea towel, one of the items shown in the article. “It’s a historical classic with strong graphic design, reminiscent of something by Alexander Girard. It’s a fantastic work by a British designer made with Irish linen.”
Please see our full photo report here.
twentytwentyone are partnering Phaidon to celebrate the launch of their new book, WA: The Essence of Japanese Design.
Written by Rossella Menegazzo and Stefania Piotti, the book explores the diversity of materials and philosophies particular to contemporary Japanese design. The research is shown through a beautifully produced book depicting over 250 key objects. A cultural and highly sensitive approach is adopted in the creation of all areas of Japanese design. An acute understanding for materials, craftsmanship and form combine to produce a ‘Japaneseness’ that can be readily identified.
To coincide with the publication, twentytwentyone have curated an exhibition of Japanese design that embraces classics from the twentieth century through to recently launched contemporary designs. Works from luminaries such as Sori Yanagi, Isamu Noguchi and Issey Miyake are seen in context of their contemporaries including Naoto Fukasawa and Nendo.
The exhibition features furniture, lighting, and homewares, reflecting content from the new Phaidon book. An extensive range of materials are displayed including timber, cast iron, porcelain, paper, steel, brass and straw.
274- 275 Upper Street