Christmas wish list

On December 7, 2018 · 0 Comments

With Christmas fast approaching, the twentytwentyone team reveal the gifts they would most like to find under their Christmas tree this year.

  

Vanessa
“The Re-engineered Brown Betty is a classic and highly functional teapot with a very interesting history.”
Caro
“The Filos throw offers uplifting golden tones and lambswool softness for those festive film nights!”
Reika
The Blokhope calendar. It’s essential.

 

Hannah
“Fun and a bit dippy, much like some of my favourite people! The Dipping Light adds a nice ambience to any room.”
Jessy
“A fun and quirky way to accessorise your plants. The colour interaction of the cute metallic animals with the leaves are quite beautiful.”
Tony
“Design and engineering at its best, the incredible Line-Us drawing machine is a lot of fun and mesmerising to watch in action.”

  

Sabrina
“Kei Tominaga’s Knot Bangle is simply beautiful, I love the warm gold and the knot symbolising a promise.”
Sophie
“The Mini Elephant Planter has such personality and it will be fun to work out which one of my succulents will look best in it.”
Cliff
“Designed in 1962, this design classic, which looks like a lantern, can finally and actually be used as one, wireless and free!”

 

Craig
A perfect pot for the leftover turkey casseroles, curries and soups.
Esme
“A quirky addition to the dinner table. ‘Tis the Season-ing!”
Joe
“A nice clean book full of nice clean pictures of nice clean buildings. Just don’t use it as an ornament.”

 

Paige
“This new seasonal colour palette from Hella Jongerius is a great way to start or add to a neatly stacking collection of Finnish design classics.”
Lisa
“This 100% merino lambswool throw is essential for those cold, winter nights – note: Pairs well with a glass of mulled wine.”
Gosia
“These concrete-grey clay pots with hand painted whimsical face will add a lot of character to your interior.”

Raph
“Crafted from cast iron, the Crow bottle opener is a handy accessory for festive drinks.”
Laura
“With its light and woody scent, the Ash Candle by Feldspar is the perfect item to set the scene to the warm winter’s night in.”
Annabel
“The Paul Smith Type 75 mini – fun playground colours for your serious, grown-up desk.”

 

Louise
“I love the inky tones of the Atlantic Wakame block print. A refreshing addition to any interior.”
Claire
“These lovely brass planters will cheer up any plants at home this winter!”
Victor
“Handmade, artisan chocolate wrapped in striking packaging designed by independent artists. The perfect stocking filler.”

 

Simon
“Helvetica large, please. The classic Vignelli calendar will guide me through 2019.”
Mette
“It has to be the Aqua Culture vase. It’s an elegant and intriguing way to watch my plants flourish.”
Kathleen
“Each one unique and full of character. Meticulously hand-crafted, the wooden Owl is the perfect winter companion.”

 

If you need further inspiration for the perfect present, view our gift guides here.

 

Line-Us in store demo

On November 22, 2018 · 0 Comments

Join us on Saturday 1st December 11am-2pm for an in-store demo of Line-Us, the internet-connected robotic drawing arm.

Durrell Bishop and Rob Poll, its creators, will be at the shop demonstrating the bots drawing capabilities, their inspiration and its burgeoning creative online community.

The portable device uses a pen to mimic your motions and recreate whatever you’ve drawn on screen.

Powered by a USB battery or power adaptor, it connects to the free Line-Us app via wifi, allowing you to draw, trace and connect with a wider community of Line-Us users.

To learn more about Line-Us, grab your favourite drawing implement, bring your imagination and head to Upper Street to have a go!

We look forward to seeing you there.

Shop Line-Us here.

 

 

Catapults & Key Hooks Making Event

On October 30, 2018 · 0 Comments

Catapults & Key Hooks: Everyday objects made from foraged and gathered wood

Join us on Saturday for the book launch of Geoffrey Fisher‘s Catapults & Key Hooks: Everyday objects made from foraged and gathered wood.

Geoffrey will be at our Upper Street store on Sat 3rd Nov between 11am-2pm to show how to use foraged wood to make everyday functional designs. He will also be signing copies of his new book.

Catapults & Key Hooks; Everyday objects made from foraged and gathered wood

His work is the result of a profound connection with the Buckinghamshire woodlands that surround his studio in High Wycombe. Using traditional woodworking techniques, he crafts wooden trooks into handmade, characterful collections of toys and accessories for the home. Each functional piece utilises its natural form, making it unique.

Catapults & Key Hooks; Everyday objects made from foraged and gathered wood

Catapults & Key Hooks details how to how to forage responsibly with detailed, illustrated guides on how to recreate his unique and sustainable products. The handbook offers practical advice on the essential toolkit, including how to work safely and to achieve the highest of standards, whether you’re crafting a gift or a new household accessory.

Catapults & Key Hooks: Everyday objects made from foraged and gathered wood

Catapults & Key Hooks Book Launch
Saturday 3rd November 11am-2pm

twentytwentyone shop
274-275 Upper Street
London
N1 2UA

Catapults & Key Hooks: Everyday objects made from foraged and gathered wood

The Geoffrey Fisher range is available in-store and online.

Lighter Prices

On October 20, 2018 · 0 Comments

Our seasonal lighting promotion returns to coincide with the clocks turning back, running from Saturday 20th October to Sunday 4th November.

Enjoy a 15% discount on orders of classic and contemporary lighting from a selected range of design-led manufacturers.

New Arrivals

As the nights draw in this Autumn, explore a host of new lighting designs in stock and available to order online and in-store.

Whether you’re looking for pendant lighting, table lamps or floor lights, we have a variety of modern and iconic designs to create the desired ambience.

View new lighting here.

 

twentytwentyone’s September Newsletter

On September 5, 2018 · 0 Comments

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twentytwentyone’s September newsletter has arrived, heralding London Design Festival and the new arrivals in-store and online this month, from GamFratesi’s elegantly moulded Silhouette sofa, to Studio Arhoj’s Familia collection of unique, Shinto-inspired ceramic figures.

Also included are details of Edit ’18, an exhibition of innovative and enduring new designs, many of which are seen for the first time in the UK as part of London Design Festival.

To ensure you stay informed on all this and more, subscribe to our monthly newsletter here.

London Design Festival 18 – Edit ’18

On September 2, 2018 · 0 Comments

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twentytwentyone will host Edit ’18, an exhibition of innovative and enduring new designs, many of which are seen for the first time in the UK as part of the London Design Festival.

The curated edit combines newly released historical designs with contemporary launches, in an eclectic yet harmonious exhibition. Central to the exhibition’s remit is to explore the varied approaches to material, process and form. A host of materials including wood, wool, concrete, paper and steel will reflect a diverse range of techniques, handcrafted and machine-made.

Eminent twentieth-century designers Børge Mogensen, Bodil Kjær and Pierre Paulin will be relaunched alongside respected contemporary counterparts with new works by Barber Osgerby, R&E Bouroullec, Pauline Deltour, Cecilie Manz, Tiipoi, Sebastian Wrong and Jun Yasumoto.

Edit ’18
twentytwentyone showroom
18c River Street,
London, EC1R 1XN

Private View: Tues 18th September 6.30-8.30pm

Exhibition runs 19th – 23rd September.
Wednesday – Saturday 9.30 – 5.30pm, Sunday 11.00 – 5.00pm

 

Edit '18 brands

 

twentytwentyone August newsletter

On August 16, 2018 · 0 Comments

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Our August newsletter has arrived with details of the newest arrivals online and in-store, from archive Lucienne Day designs to modern lighting from Barber & Osgerby.

Also included is a date for your diary, we’re hosting Edit ’18 as part of London Design Festival 2018.

To ensure you stay informed on all things twentytwentyone, subscribe to our monthly newsletter here.

twentytwentyone’s July Newsletter

On July 7, 2018 · 0 Comments

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The July twentytwentyone newsletter is here, with details of new arrivals, from Established and Sons’ reproduction of the Mauro chair, originally designed by Mauro Pasquinelli in the seventies to Woodyzoody’s menagerie of wooden animals.

It also details our new Summer Holiday edit, a curated selection of classic and contemporary designs for the Summer break.

Our Summer sale continues with 15% off selected furniture, lighting and rugs and with new additions and further reductions to our one-off, ex-display furniture, lighting and accessories.

To be the first to know about new arrivals, exhibitions and sales, subscribe to our newsletter here.

Summer Sale

On June 15, 2018 · 0 Comments

twentytwentyone’s Summer Sale is now on, enjoy 15% off furniture and lighting orders from selected manufacturers.

We also have reductions of up to 50% off a range of one-off, ex-display pieces, including furniture, lighting and accessories. These are available to view and purchase at our River Street showroom and Upper Street shop.

To be the first to preview new additions to the sale, subscribe to our newsletter here.

twentytwentyone’s June Newsletter

On June 8, 2018 · 0 Comments

The June edition of the twentytwentyone newsletter has arrived and we were pleased to herald the arrival of new prints by Ronan Bouroullec, George Sowden and Pierre Charpin.

With Father’s Day fast approaching, we’ve also assembled a gift list with classic and contemporary gift ideas to inspire. Packed with design-led items and practical presents  – there’s no excuse not to find the perfect gift for hard to buy for Dads!

To be the first to know about new arrivals, exhibitions and sales, subscribe to our newsletter here.

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