At home with Carl Hansen and Mourne Textiles

May 3, 2016 · 0 Comments

Weaving workshop for London Craft Week

London Craft Week sees a special collaboration between Carl Hansen & Son and Mourne Textiles that celebrates the craftsmanship and heritage of these two unique family-run businesses.

Mourne Textiles have transported a traditional hand-weaving loom from their workshop in Ireland and have installed it in Carl Hansen’s London showroom in order to demonstrate weaving techniques to the public. In addition, a range of Mourne’s heritage fabrics will be used to upholster chairs designed by Hans J Wegner and Ole Wanscher currently produced by Carl Hansen.

The event runs from 3rd May to 5th May at 16A Bowling Green Lane, London EC1R 0BD. More details can be found here.

Following the event, some of the chairs upholstered in Mourne textiles will be on display at twentytwentyone’s River Street showroom.

Mourne Textiles weaving workshop at Carl Hansen's London showroom

twentytwentyone Milan 2016 newsletter

April 29, 2016 · 0 Comments
The T chair by Jasper Morrison for Maruni

twentytwentyone’s newsletter is here, with highlights from the Milan Salone del Mobile 2016, the world’s foremost design event.

Also included are new collections by Jasper Morrison and Naoto Fukasawa for Maruni which will be on display at our River Street showroom, direct from the halls of the Salone.

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Spring living at twentytwentyone

April 20, 2016 · 0 Comments

Spring living at twentytwentyone

In anticipation of Springtime activities, twentytwentyone has a fresh range of designs for your home and garden, from classic and contemporary outdoor furniture to design-led accessories for interior and exterior.

Whether you are in need of bee hotels, bird feeders or nesting boxes to bring new ecodiversity to your garden or simply wish to bring the outdoors inside with pots and planters for household greenery, our discerning selection of indoor and outdoor accessories is sure to help you make the most of Spring.

View the selection in full here.

Plant hangers from Ferm Living

twentytwentyone is 20: April

April 15, 2016 · 0 Comments

Robin and Lucienne Day

twentytwentyone celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2016. We are marking this occasion with a series of editorials celebrating the people, designs and occasions that have been such important ingredients in our twenty year history.

In April, we are honouring those designers who have sadly passed away over the last two decades but whose pioneering and timeless work remains an enduring source of inspiration.

View the editorial in full here.

twentytwentyone April newsletter

April 13, 2016 · 0 Comments

twentytwentyone has plentiful ideas for spring living

twentytwentyone’s newsletter is here, with news of the latest designs now in-store and online.

Also included are plentiful ideas for Spring living and our latest twentytwentyone is 20 editorial which commemorates much-missed designers.

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twentytwentyone is 20: March

March 24, 2016 · 0 Comments

20 favourite homeware designs on display at Upper Street

Currently on display at twentytwentyone’s Upper Street shop, a display of 20 favourite homeware designs launched – and re-launched – over the past two decades.

This edit of classic and contemporary designs for the home ranges from bowls made of finely milled concrete and hand-carved wooden hooks to the textile designs of Lucienne Day and Robin Day’s Tricorne tray.

20 favourite homeware designs on display at Upper Street

The display forms part of twentytwentyone is 20, our ongoing celebration of the people, designs and occasions that have been important ingredients in our twenty year history.

View the edit in full online here.

20 favourite homeware designs from the past two decades on display at Upper Street

twentytwentyone March newsletter

March 21, 2016 · 0 Comments

Limited edition print by Ronan Bouroullec for Wrongshop editionstwentytwentyone’s newsletter is here, with news of the latest designs now in-store and online.

Also featured: we mark our 20th anniversary with an in-store display and online edit of our favourite product launches – and re-launches – since 1996.

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Easter opening hours

March 20, 2016 · 0 Comments
twentytwentyone River Street showroom

twentytwentyone will be open for the following hours over Easter:

Upper Street shop
Good Friday 11am – 5pm
Easter Saturday 10am – 6pm
Easter Sunday closed
Easter Monday 11am – 5pm

River Street showroom
Good Friday closed
Easter Saturday 9.30am – 5.30pm
Easter Sunday closed
Easter Monday closed

Please find contact details and location information here.

twentytwentyone is 20: February

February 24, 2016 · 0 Comments

twentytwentyone is 20

twentytwentyone was founded in 1996, making 2016 its 20th anniversary year.

We are marking this milestone with a series of monthly features and events – both in-store and online – recalling the people, designs and occasions that have been formative in our development.

In January, we launched our anniversary year with an edit of 20 favourite furniture designs launched over the past two decades. For February, we present an edit of most missed vintage designs sold since 1996.

This look back over some of the exceptional designs we have sold includes rare and highly sought-after furniture and lighting by the twentieth century’s greatest designers, including Alvar Aalto, Robin Day, Charles and Ray Eames, Geoffrey Harcourt, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton and Gio Ponti – as well as some anonymous and attributed designs.

View the edit in full here.

The Swivel chair by Geoffrey Harcourt

Samsung Serif TV

February 20, 2016 · 0 Comments

twentytwentyone is one of a limited number of retailers showing Serif, the new television from Samsung designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

The Bouroullec brothers have radically reconfigured the flatscreen smart TV, creating a product that belongs as much to the world of design and furniture as it does to that of electronics.

Serif tv for Samsung by the brothers Bouroullec

The slimline unit flares at the top to create a narrow shelf and at the bottom to provide a sturdy base. Echoing typographic features, these projections give Serif its name.

“Like typographers designing a letter, we studied both the object and its interaction with the space around it,” say Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec.

Concept sketches for the Samsung Serif tv

Serif may be placed on a shelf or media unit or on a four-legged base that creates a free-standing unit.

A fabric panel magnetically attached to the back of the television allows for easy access, concealing ports and plugs while lending the set a clean and uncluttered profile from every angle.

Serif tv for Samsung by the brothers Bouroullec

Available in three sizes and in a range of colours, Serif is currently on display at twentytwentyone’s River Street showroom.

Serif by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Samsung

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