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twentytwentyone August newsletter

Modern Kantha collection

Designed by WitekGolik for Tiipoi, the Modern Kantha family of cushions and throws marries a traditional Indian quilting technique with a distinctive contemporary sensibility.

Conceived in Copenhagen and handmade in India, the collection features a geometric grid of Kantha stitching that brings textural contrast to a range of cushions and single and double-sized throws. 

View the Modern Kantha collection here.
Established & Sons

Established & Sons was founded in 2005 with a mission to champion innovative design, whether by established practitioners or emerging talents.

twentytwentyone has partnered with this unique company since its inception. As Sebastian Wrong (one of the firm's co-founders) returns to the company in the role of design director we are delighted to show a range of designs that encapsulate the dynamic and forward-thinking essence of the collection. 

View designs by Established & Sons here.




Feldspar's coffee and tea cups in crisp white bone china possess an elegant simplicity of form. 

Sleekly minimal in appearance, Instrmnt watches are inspired by twentieth-century industrial design.

The new book from the founders of The Modern House explores the modernist home in all its variety.


Designed to perch beside your sink, the Sitting Cat sponge is a playfully practical kitchen essential.

Aurelien Barbry's stainless steel cocktail shaker sports an eye-catching asymmetrical profile.

The sculptural Conference chair by Eero Saarinen is a modern and timeless addition to the workspace.


Oiva Toikka's Phoenix kitchen fire extinguisher lends an appealing bird-like form to fire safety.

A simple glass jar with lid, Container is ideal for organising and storing items in the bathroom. 

Understated and honest, the Tres rug is a traditional Indian flat-weave Dhurrie rug.

A date for your diary: Edit '17 

For the 2017 London Design Festival, twentytwentyone will host an exhibition of classic and contemporary designs that reflect a creative mix of materials, construction and form.

The edit explores the use of the essential raw materials of wood, metal and glass, and their treatment and amalgamation. Designs by Michael Anastiassiades, Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong, Robin Day and Friso Kramer and Wim Rietveld will be on display. 

Edit '17 will be on display at our River Street showroom from 20th to 24th September

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