Modern and simple, classical forms with minimal decoration. Much of the aesthetic and functional elements take inspiration from Hyejeong Kim’s Korean and Japanese upbringing.
Photographer Asako Shimizu’s series ‘On Her Skin’ is both vivid and mesmerising. This collection has a timeless appeal with a resulting concept that’s quite poetic.
Japanese company Mother Tool have grouped together a skilled collection of architects and designers who have individually offered their own take on kinetic sculpture.
A series titled Reflections that tests our relationship with the everyday. In these photos we see a transparent layering effect where the original topic becomes more and more distorted.
A showcase of some imagery from ‘Everyone’s Tea’. Owned by Kohei Yamamoto, their concept is to enhance peoples lives with rustic elegance and quiet simplicity.
Best known for producing traditional Japanese buckets called ‘ki-oke’, Nakagawa Mokkougei makes these by joining slats of wood together held in place by well-positioned metal rings.