Askman’s contemporary and classic design has been helped by their willingness to collaborate with some of Denmark’s best designers, leading to some timeless furniture.
Danish artist Line Gottfred Petersen creates sculpted vessels that are both quiet and classical, with the pieces emphasised thanks to subtle manipulation of the materials surface.
Imagery and a short film captured by Nils Clauss that pays homage to the work of Korean craftsman Kim Soo-Young, winner of the YÉOL Award for Craftsman of the Year 2013.
Creative Mette Duedahl has designed these beautiful stoneware objects by using a casting method. The final pieces have some great tones and textures, alongside a contemporary feel.
An exclusive glimpse inside Mjolk’s newest publication, Volume III. Exploring the mysterious world of the Japanese tea ceremony, featuring legendary architect Terunobu Fujimori.
A new feature with metalworker Ruka Kikuchi, owner and founder of Lue Brass. We showcase some photography of Ruka making his brass cutlery inside of his studio in Setouchi, Japan.
Danish based Japanese artist Kaori Juzu crafts by hand what she calls ‘klenodie’, a Danish word meaning artefact, gem, jewel, or treasure. Brooches layered with powdered glass.
Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura creates large scale paper relief sculptures composed of narrow pleats, essentially using a technique rooted in traditional Japanese origami.
London’s Shoreditch based potter Stuart Carey has experimented with an alternative to standard porcelain clay, a semi porcelain stoneware for his collection of tableware.
One creative fully committing himself to a craft and exploring it in great detail is Norwegian designer Stian Korntved Ruud, who’s decided to produce one spoon a day for a whole year.