Minimalux

On March 10, 2018 · 0 Comments

Minimalux design and produce accessories for the home and person, characterised by a formal minimalism, employing premium materials and lustrous finishes.

The London-based company was founded in 2009 by designer Mark Holmes and marketing and development director Tamara Caspersz, formerly co-founders of Established & Sons.

Minimalux Bulb lamp in situ

As the name suggests, Minimalux fully embraces precision crafting. Their range may be diverse but each piece is united in its distinctive high-quality finish and elegant simplicity.

Bare metals and leather are hand-finished and polished to an exceptional level. No lacquers or treatments are applied after this polishing process, ensuring that the quality of the material is preserved and allows for the attractive natural ageing process.

Their design process is quality-driven, aiming to create understated pieces which are designed to last and bring a note of discernment to everyday objects. The collection ranges from small jewellery pieces and desk accessories to much larger statement lighting.

Minimalux Stem and Bulb Table Lamp

The Stem Light (above right) comprises a hand-blown spherical diffuser on a columnar base, available in either brass or chrome. A circular opening in the shade allows for directional light if required.

The Bulb Table Lamp (above left) sits well in tandem. Inspired by the traditional bulb form, this design has a machined brass base and sits directly on a surface.

Minimalux Pocket Mirror lifestyle

Minimalux pocket mirror two views

The pocket mirror (above) is crafted using precision-machined solid brass and mirror glass, available with a natural vegetable-tanned leather stitched sleeve.

Minimalux Square Ring

Minimalux Square Ring lifestyle

Minimalux create a range of jewellery, from rings to pendants and bracelets. The Square ring (above) is made of solid brass with a mirror polished finish, engraved with the discreet Minimalux monogram on the inner face. It perfectly pairs with Minimalux’s Square pendant, for maximum geometric effect.

We are pleased to introduce Minimalux to the twentytwentyone family. The collection is available to view and purchase at our Upper Street shop and online.

twentytwentyone’s March newsletter

On March 9, 2018 · 0 Comments

Ames Sebastian Herkner Barro Pots

twentytwentyone’s March newsletter is here with details of all our newest arrivals, from the understated luxury of Minimalux accessories to Sebastian Herkner’s Barro family of ceramic pots, designed for Ames.

With Mother’s Day fast approaching, be sure to say thank you for having me with a carefully selected gift. We’ve picked out some choice offerings which are certain to inspire and delight, and never fear, our Upper Street shop is open Mon-Sun, so it’s not too late to pick up that special gift!

A date for your diary: Superfolk in-store printing demo

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To celebrate the arrival of Spring, Irish design studio Superfolk will be offering a printmaking demonstration at our Upper Street shop. Join us on Saturday 24th March 11am – 1pm, to see Jo Anne Butler hand-inking and block-printing Superfolk’s Dandelion print.

Combining fresh foliage with citrus-bright colour, this Spring-themed image will be available to purchase on the day, alongside other Superfolk prints inspired by the seaweed and plant life of the Irish coast.

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

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