It has been in continuous production since 1950 and remains one of the most immediately recognisable and widely loved designs of the twentieth century.
In 2017 Carl Hansen is marking Wegner’s birthday by issuing a special edition CH24 in elm wood – the first time that the remarkable chair has been produced in this distinctively toned and beautifully grained wood.
With an oiled finish and a natural paper cord seat, the finishing touch is provided by laser-engraving Wegner’s signature and date of birth on the inside of the chair frame.
The special edition elm Wishbone chair is available for a limited period only and must be ordered by 27th April 2017.
We currently have a set of six elm CH24 chairs on display at our River Street showroom.
twentytwentyone’s team made their annual pilgrimage to the world’s foremost design event and have returned inspired by the wealth of creative ingenuity on display.
Gain a glimpse of a new works by established and up-and-coming designers in our pictorial survey of Milan 2017.
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twentytwentyone’s April newsletter is here, with our monthly pick of the latest furniture, lighting and accessories to arrive in-store and online.
Also included are details of our Spring Living edit of furniture, lighting and accessories for your home and garden.
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As the days warm and lengthen, twentytwentyone has a host of fresh designs to help you enjoy outdoor living.
Many models are now in stock and available for immediate delivery to your garden.
Designed by the Bouroullec brothers, Palissade is an extensive family of outdoor furniture formed from linear slatted metal.
Evoking traditional French garden furniture while remaining resolutely contemporary, the Palissade collection includes stools, lounge chairs and benches as well as tables and chairs for outdoor dining.
Jasper Morrison’s All Plastic Chair recalls the form of the traditional wooden chair, but uses new materials and production techniques to offer enhanced comfort, functionality and adaptability.
Cast in dyed-through polypropylene which is sun and water-resistant, the All Plastic Chair may be used both indoors and outside and is available in seven different colours.
The award-winning Overlap family of outdoor furniture by TAF Architects combines a distinctive folded steel leg system with table tops and bench seats in untreated Western Red cedar wood which will patinate and mature with use.
For the green-fingered, we have a new range of Japanese garden tools to assist you in tending and trimming plants.
Use alongside the Lungo watering can, which has a graceful form inspired by the profile of a traditional enamel coffee pot to bring a dash of wit to the act of watering the plants.
If you wish to bring outdoor greenery inside, our range of pots and containers embraces from simple and striking designs in earthenware and metal as well as hanging pots with a distinct sense of character.
We have also selected garden accessories to bring light and warmth to outdoor spaces, including the best-selling Follow Me rechargeable light.
With an oak handle for portability, this appealing little mushroom-shaped light casts a warm glow over drinks in the garden or picnics further afield.
Meanwhile the Flame firebowl creates fireside atmosphere in gardens and on beaches, and the Patina oil lamp sees a traditional light source for your garden table reconfigured with a sleek modern form.
You can also bring additional life to outdoor spaces by encouraging visitors in the form of birds and insect life.
Our selection of garden accessories includes a geometric contemporary take on the bird nesting box, bee hotels sustainably crafted from fallen trees in Buckinghamshire woodland and captivating copper bird feeders which are sculptural objects in their own right.
Finally, we have a selection of outdoor games to help you take advantage of warmer days.
Whether you wish to get active in the garden or simply sit and bask, our selection is certain to help you make the most of Spring.
View our Spring Living edit in full here.
twentytwentyone’s latest Contract project is now featured on our website: the Duke of York apartments building designed by Originate Architects.
Our contracts team was commissioned to specify and supply an extensive range of furniture and lighting to fit out both interior spaces and outdoor terraces in this residential development in London.
Find further details of the classic and contemporary designs supplied for this project here.
twentytwentyone Contracts’ projects range from residential developments, restaurants, hotels and retail to public buildings such as Tate Modern, the Whitechapel art gallery and the Barbican.
A selection of our recent projects can be viewed here.
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Mothers’ Day falls on Sunday 26th March this year, which is also the day that the clocks go forward. So if you’re seeking inspiration for the perfect present look no further than our Mothers’ Day gift list.
Our extensive array of suggestions ranges from classic and contemporary design objects to indulgent treats and is certain to include something that will delight a very important person on Mothering Sunday.
All parents deserve pampering and our carefully chosen collection of bathroom goods includes many that use plant extracts to create unique designs that care for the body as well as respecting the environment.
From Japanese Sasawashi slippers made from a textile woven with naturally anti-bacterial bamboo fibres…
… to Haeckels bath and body care products concocted using seaweed hand-harvested on the Kent coastline.
And if a weekend spa retreat is out of the question, you can always give a scented candle or incense with an inspiring and calming fragrance…
… whether it evokes crystal-clear Scandinavian fjords, the meditative qualities of a Zen garden, or a bracing cliff-top walk closer to home.
For the green-fingered, we have design-led garden accessories, from nest boxes to encourage maternal birdlife and striking watering cans …
… to hanging pots and planters that allow you to bring the outdoors inside.
While our selection of vases offers a rich variety of shapes, sizes and materials in classic designs that will showcase a Mother’s Day bouquet to perfection.
Our carefully-chosen collection of jewellery will surely appeal to the design-conscious, from architectural and everyday forms shaped in precious metals…
… to compelling designs fashioned from concrete.
Alternatively, you can encourage your mother to sit soft with our family of cushions and throws featuring classic mid-century woven fabrics or vibrant colourways from contemporary textile designers.
Finally, something made by hand is always going to melt a mother’s heart.
If you feel you’ve moved on from presenting mum with the pottery dinosaur you made at school, you can always explore our selection of unique decorative and functional objects hand-made by intriguing designer-makers like Stella Baggot, Material Immaterial and Aman Khanna.
For further inspiration, view the Mothers’ Day gift list in full here.
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twentytwentyone’s Contract projects range from residential developments, restaurants, hotels and retail to public buildings such as Tate Modern, the Whitechapel art gallery and the Barbican.
A selection of recent projects can be viewed here.
The architect, interior and furniture designer Finn Juhl (1912 – 1989) is considered one of the founding fathers of modern Danish design and is widely credited with having popularised Danish design in America.
Born in Copenhagen, Juhl trained as an architect at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and worked at Vilhelm Lauritzen‘s architectural practice before founding his own design practice in 1945.
Today, however, he is perhaps best known for the furniture he designed from the late 1930s onwards.
Featuring curvaceous organic forms and chair seats and backs which appear to float within a frame, Juhl’s charismatic designs were initially considered highly radical.
The complexity of their form and construction also required exacting levels of craftstmanship; Juhl was notorious for testing the boundaries of what could be achieved with his favoured material of teak wood.
During the 1950s Juhl’s designs were exhibited in America where they were enthusiastically received. Juhl was subsequently commissioned to design a refrigerator for General Electric as well as glassware, ceramics and furniture for other US companies.
Perhaps his most prestigious commision, however, was to design the interior of the Trusteeship Council Chamber at the UN Headquarters building in New York (undertaken 1950-52).
Danish furniture company Onecollection now produces an extensive range of Finn Juhl’s classic furniture, combining modern technology with traditional craftsmanship to meet the exacting standards specified by the designer.
Onecollection’s association with the estate of Finn Juhl originated when Juhl’s widow contacted the company and asked for their help in reproducing his Model 57 sofa.
Without wishing to contradict a master designer, we would argue that Finn Juhl’s furniture does instill joy in the hearts of those who appreciate enduring designs.
View the range of designs by Finn Juhl produced under license by Onecollection here.
Valentines’s Day cards need not be a sentimental affair.
Our selection of contemporary Valentine’s cards will delight design-lovers with their evident passion for colour, pattern and line and their witty approach to matters of the heart.
And please note: to ensure guaranteed delivery to UK addresses before Valentine’s Day, make sure you place your online order with us by Thursday 9th February.
However, you can still order online and opt to collect in-store. To take advantage of this option, please ensure your Valentine’s order is placed with us by Sunday 12th February.
If you have any queries regarding deliveries you can contact our web orders team Monday to Friday on 020 7837 1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
View our Valentine’s Day gift list – including all cards – in full here.