Exhibition / Installation

Partner Programme

20   —    25 Sep 2022

Industrial & Product Design, Interiors & Furniture, Multi-Disciplinary Design


18C River Street




twentytwentyone launches past and future classics in Edit ‘22. The curated review presents designs by M. Anastassiades, Anderssen-Voll, Barber Osgerby, R-E Bouroullec, P. Charpin, P. Kjaerholm, H-A Jakobsson, Ib K Larsen, J. Lyndby, P. Malouin, H. Passos, N. Marquina, J. Renault, M-V Severen, Studio Mama & R. Woods.

This September, join twentytwentyone for Edit '22, the fifth iteration of the highly respected exhibition series that brings together some of the most compelling furniture, lighting, and design launches of the year. The curated mix of 2 and 3-dimensional creativity pays homage to a very international perspective on historic and contemporary design. The defining review offers a contextual assemblage of the work of both emerging and established designers and the diversity of materials and functionalities. This year not only sees the inspired reissue of Hans-Agne Jakobsson's classic pine veneer lighting collection by Finnish brand, Vaarnii but celebrates the 10th anniversary of Wrongshop Editions. The original trio of designers, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and Pierre Charpin, will release a series of limited-edition prints, accompanied by the exclusive launch of the first Wrongshop poster by renowned artist Richard Woods. twentytwentyone will also launch the entirely new Japanese furniture company Koyori, established to utilise Japanese craftsmanship and outstanding manufacturing technology. The collection draws on contemporary designers with an international perspective. Edit ‘22 will feature a new lighting collection by Michael Anastassiades, upholstery and seating from Anderssen + Voll, Philippe Malouin, Barber Osgerby and Julien Renault. The exhibition will also showcase a sustainable rug design by Nani Marquina utilising leftover wool, a colourful storage family from Muller Van Severen and a water lily-inspired desk from Danish cabinet-maker Jonas Lyndby Jensen. Edit ‘22 will also host the first UK showing of newly relaunched classic designs from Poul Kjærholm and Ib Kofod Larsen.