A series of contemporary town houses in Mexico by Hierve Architects. Fantastically modern that include elements of nature such as trees breaking through the floor.
Singapore artist Kim Lim used nature as a source of inspiration to create these heavy stone sculptures that have real rhythm and flow, alongside a sense of weightlessness and simplicity.
A fantastic series of photographs showcasing Marcel Breuer’s iconic furniture and design, produced for the exhibition titled ‘Sun and Shadow’ at Villa Noailles in France.
HALE, founded by self-taught designer Jonathan Nesci in 2006, has produced these fantastic industrial furnitures inspired by abstract artists such as Donald Judd and Josef Albers.
Originally producing articles for everyday use, Hungarian glass artist Botos Péter has moved on to creating block-like works of art that have a bold choice of colours.
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.
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.
Japanese artist Yuko Nishimura creates large scale paper relief sculptures composed of narrow pleats, essentially using a technique rooted in traditional Japanese origami.
German company L&Z produce simple and straightforward products for contemporary working and living. Developing objects that work with our ever-changing behavioural patterns.
In my opinion, John Pittman’s works are visually stunning. I really enjoy the way in which he floats between sculpture and painting, often combining the two to make an unexpected combination.