New in the Shop – Wooden Furniture & Objects by PLYWOOD laboratory
It’s exciting when designers who don’t necessarily have the practical skills to produce something themselves, but who have a keen eye for what looks good and what the market needs, collaborate with makers who have the experience and techniques necessary to bring these ideas to fruition.
Snap, Crackle & Pop – Ceramic Creations by Artist Josefina Munoz
There are certain objects that have a functionality buried in their beauty. Even though these objects have a functional use, their artistic nature makes you want to gaze at them for the pure sculptural value alone. Josefina Munoz makes ceramic objects that stun and amaze, to the point where you will
A Timeless Message to Humanity – Finnish Architect Aarno Ruusuvuori
Our book OEN Issue 1 profiled Japanese architect Tadao Ando’s work. I visited each location personally and documented these spaces with just my camera taking notes during or after the visit ...
Stone Cut – A Short Film on Sculptor Etsuro Sotoo by David Cerqueiro
Who doesn’t like a good short film? I came across this stunning piece by Director David Cerqueiro for NOWNESS titled ‘Stone Cut’ that gives us the rare insight in to the lie of sculptor Etsuro Sotoo. Hi work is certainly rare; working on the unfinished masterpiece Basilca Sagrada F
Rawness with Refinement – Stunning Furniture & Objects by Sanna Volker
Imagine providing a caveman with the advanced tools that allow him to create stunning sculptures and furnishings while forcing him to use only the materials that are available to him as the base for those creations. If that caveman had an eye for balance and beauty it’s likely that he would end up
New in the Shop – Inside the Studio of Japanese Ceramic Artist Miki Furusho
We welcome the work of ceramic artist Miki Furusho in our shop. I always like to show photos from inside the maker’s studio as I think it gives more depth and meaning to their work. It’s only when you can see the techniques and the care and attention that goes on in this work that [&hell
Landscaping Human Form – Ceramic Sculpture by Kerryn Levy
When considering ceramics, what comes to mind? A figurine? A colourful coffee mug? I can assure you the nothing in your imagination will quite prepare you for Kerryn Levy’s awe-inspiring pieces. When constructing these items, Levy’s imagination knows no bounds. Her shapes curve, spiral and twist
Monolithic Energy – Lighting Designed by Volker Haug & John Hogan
Lighting is an element that is more than just useful. It can bring a distinct flair and style to an interior. Attractive lampshades and bases are aesthetic elements that can take lighting to the next level, but lighting can also be integrated into a design that is so stunning, it becomes its own pie