19th September 2017
Established & Sons launches new home for design

Flint is delighted to announce the launch of Established & Sons’ new home in the heart of East London’s creative quarter surrounding Old Street.

Opening its doors to coincide with the 2017 London Design Festival, the new space will be an exciting international design destination showcasing the latest work of this iconic British brand.

The multi-purpose space will host public events, talks and launches, above which a private apartment will showcase the Established & Sons collection and provide an exclusive and intimate setting for exhibitions, client presentations, design industry salons and entertaining.

Established & Sons has been a leading platform for experimental, contemporary design since 2005. The brand has worked with more than 50 designers to date, producing close to 200 iconic pieces across lighting, accessories and furniture, a third of which are collectible art editions.

The principle collection is comprised of collaborations with design greats including Jasper Morrison, Ingo Maurer, Konstantin Grcic and Zaha Hadid, as well as newer talents such as Shay Alkalay & Yael Mer, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Jaime Hayon, and Amanda Levete.

The opening of the new London home represents an important milestone in the development of the brand, alongside an upgraded product range with a more accessible ethos and a new leadership team. The brand’s original founder Sebastian Wrong returns to the helm as Design Director with a vision to expand the collection with fresh, international talent.

During London Design Festival (19 – 23 September) the new space will feature an exhibition entitled ‘Re-Worked’, presenting new Palm Springs Wrongwoods dining tables by Sebastian Wrong and Richard Woods and an evolution of the Zero-In table by Barber & Osgerby.

Further new pieces will be added to the collection and unveiled at Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2018.

 

Image Credit 1: Torch-light Bunch, Sylvain-Willenz, 2008, © Peer Lindgreen, courtesy of Established & Sons

Image Credit 2: Wrongwoods, © Peer Lindgreen, courtesy of Established & Sons