After last month’s successful release of the AJI PROJECT collection on our online shop, we are pleased to update their page with new works and all new photography! This particular project uses the stone found in the small town of Aji in Japan to produce these modern, handcrafted objects for th
Modernism’s minimalist legacy in the 21st century can found in the work of French architect and interior designer, Joseph Dirand. Born in 1974, Dirand graduated from Paris-Belleville School of Architecture to follow in the footsteps of the great post-World War II modernist architects like Le Corbu
We are blessed to share these new ceramic forms by Nozomi Fujii that just came in to stock over the last week. Nozomi’s style is ultimately minimalist, with her sharp forms that do all the talking. Each piece is made one by one on the pottery wheel at Nozomi Fujii’s location in Shizuoka.
Creatives are not really discussing the impact that technology is having on our profession. We tend to think of ourselves as artists who work in the “physical realm”, when in fact we are becoming more and more reliant on technology to stay up to date with our craft. Digital has taken ove
Drawing inspiration from sinuous lines found in nature, Mari-Ruth Oda’s sculptures instil a sense of calm and fluidity in the eye of the beholder. Her sculptures are light, airy and curvaceous, reminding me of other-worldly and ephemeral shapes found only in our dreams or in our thoughts. At a gla
Charlotte Kingsnorth’s design practice aims to deconstruct archetypes by using traditional methods in new and exciting ways. The bronze mirrors and furniture of her Lichen collection are a testament to these. Applying her unique sensibility towards material, Charlotte adapts the ancient Egypti