Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop
Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop

No. 9 Albemarle Street

FURNITURE SHOP

Discover rare furniture, exclusive artwork and unique objects on display and available to buy from Paul Smith’s London flagship shop, No. 9 Albemarle Street

[Please contact alius.makackas@paulsmith.co.uk
or telephone +44 20 7493 4565
for sales and information]

No. 9 Albemarle Street

FURNITURE SHOP

Discover rare furniture, exclusive artwork and unique objects on display and available to buy from Paul Smith’s London flagship shop, No. 9 Albemarle Street

[Please contact alius.makackas@paulsmith.co.uk
or telephone +44 20 7493 4565
for information and sales]

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Shop Front

THE STORY OF NO.9

The first Paul Smith shop on Albemarle Street did not sell clothes.

Opened in 2005, No. 9 Albemarle Street was originally a place for Paul to share his passion for design by showing and selling unique furniture, objects and artworks that he collected on his travels around the world.

When the shop expanded to become the London flagship in 2013, Paul’s desire to celebrate creative design remained. The newly expanded shop was conceived as an eclectic and ever-changing space where shirts and sculpture would be shown side-by-side.

For the end of 2019, Paul invited a selection of his favourite artists, sculptors and designers to create one-off pieces for a special exhibition. On this page you will find just a few key exhibits on show, but there are many more to discover inside No.9 Albemarle Street.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 1

SCENE 1

‘World in My Eyes’ by Ann Carrington. UK, contemporary.

‘Papillon’ mirror, console table and stools by Tom Faulkner, UK contemporary. Mirror and console in limited edition Paul Smith ‘Artist Stripe’ colourway.

‘Windswept Palms’ by Chloe? Manasseh, 2019. Diptych oil on linen.

‘Wellington’ by Justine Smith, 2019. Resin dog sculpture covered in 1970s English £5 notes.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 2

SCENE 2

‘A Pack of Cycling Jerseys’ by Holly Frean, 2019.

Created as an homage to Paul’s ever growing collection of cycling jerseys and memorabilia in Paul’s London office.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 3

SCENE 3

Bar trolley by Mastercraft. USA, 1970s.

‘Mesh Weaver’ by Ann Carrington, 2019. Steel armature with vintage brass insect ornaments, coins, safety pins, beads and more.

‘Clover’ floor lamp by Lasvit. Handblown glass shades and metal in ‘Champagne Gold’ mirror finish.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 4

SCENE 4

‘Nymph’ by Maisie Maud Broadhead, 2018. Digital C-type in digitally crafted and gilt frame.

‘Little Ann’ by Ann Carrington. Small floral bouquet made from silver, nickel and steel plated spoons.

Paintings by Elisa Jane Carmichael.
Elisa Jane Carmichael is a Quandamooka woman and a descendant of the Ngugi people, one of three clans who are the traditional custodians of Quandamooka, also known as Yoolooburrabee - people of the sand and sea. Quandamooka territory, known as 'Country’, comprises the waters and lands of and around Moreton Bay, south east Queensland, Australia.

English Burr Oak and brass console table designed by Paul Smith Studio.

Pair of 4513 teak armchairs designed by Ib Kofod Larsen.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 5

SCENE 5

‘A Pack of Afghans’ by Holly Frean, 2019. Grid of Afghan Hounds, inspired by Paul’s first shop manager 'Homer’, gouache paintings on handmade paper.

‘Sugarland’ by Ann Carrington, 2019. Poured floral bouquet sculpture made from silver, nickel and steel plated spoons.

‘Pandora’ by Maisie Maud Broadhead, 2018.

Console table composed of two solid brass ‘dolphin’ uprights, Italian 1950s, with a contemporary steel and marble top.

Brass faux cane side chair (one of a pair), Italian 1970s, reupholstered in Pierre Frey ‘Princesse Palatine’ 100% silk fabric.

‘Lucky Ones VII’ and ‘Lucky Ones VIII’ by Justine Smith. 23.5 carat gold leaf and acrylic on Old English Pound notes.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 6

SCENE 6

‘Homage to the Twentieth Century’ eight gesso and acrylic relief artworks in antique French frames by John Goodison.

Contemporary Italian ceramics ‘Orvieto’ and ‘Parallelepipedal’ by Bottega Vignoli.

Cherry wood and walnut chest of drawers by Renzo Rutili for Johnson Furniture, USA 1950s.

Pair of teak armchairs designed by Grete Jalk, upholstered in mustard velvet. Denmark, 1960s.

Pair of teak side tables designed by Aksel Kjersgaard for Odder. Denmark, 1960s.

‘Overlay’ handknotted Tibetan wool rug, by Paul Smith X The Rug Company.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 7

SCENE 7

Digital collage artworks and fabrics by Icelandic artist Kristjana S Williams. Williams has created two new artworks for the exhibition, ‘Daybreak’ and 'The Scarlet Diorama’, shown with upholstered pieces selected from Paul Smith’s vintage furniture collection covered with her whimsical, modern and mythical tableaus

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 8

SCENE 8

‘Papillon’ screen by Tom Faulkner, UK 2019. Aluminium frame finished in ‘Ulysses Blue’ colourway.

‘Fidji’ iridescent glass vases designed by Kjell Engman for Kosta Boda.

‘Papillon’ drinks trolley by Tom Faulkner, UK 2019. Limited edition Paul Smith ‘Artist Stripe’ colourway.

‘Paint Stripe’ handknotted Tibetan wool rug, by Paul Smith X The Rug Company.

Hand painted vintage furniture and ceramic vase by fashion illustrator and designer John Booth. The table is a 1970s design by Archille Castiglioni and the stools a 1960s design by Bruno Rey.

It was natural that Booth’s colourful, playful and positive works would fit so harmoniously with the
Paul Smith aesthetic. In 2017 Paul nominated John for the ‘Masion & Objet: Rising Talents’ award
and since then collaborative work has continued with new exciting projects planned for 2020.

Paul Smith No.9 Albemarle Street Furniture Shop Scene 9

SCENE 9

‘Specimen Helleborus Niger’ and ‘Specimen Helleborus Orientalis’ by Justine Smith. Floral arrangements handcrafted from International bank notes.

Lily coffee and centre tables designed by Arthur Court, USA 1970s.

ADDITIONAL ITEMS

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Please contact alius.makackas@paulsmith.co.uk
or telephone +44 20 7493 4565
for sales and information

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