BUAISOU are indigo farmers and dyers based in Tokushima, Japan and pride themselves on controlling the whole process from start to finish by using traditional techniques.
Dk3 Furniture, founded by Danish designers Jacob Plejdrupand and his wife Ann Plejdrupand, started their company with the idea to re-establish some of the classics that have since been forgotten.
Italian Design Studio MORQ have really shone on their selection of smaller residential builds that almost hunker down and integrate deeply in to the nature that surrounds them.
Talented Australian artist Cobi Cockburn has been experimenting specifically with the textural qualities found in textiles as a medium, incorporating this in to her own medium of glass.
I was very much intrigued by this ceramic collection by Switzerland-based Japanese potter Taiko Amont for OKRO, a company who develops objects in collaboration with different designers.
Rooms, owned by designers Nata Janberidze and Keti Toloraia, used "Homestone" to carve a collection of furniture that plays with basic geometric forms and the solidity of this organic rock.
Oyyo, a Swedish design studio and producer of textile interior products, was founded by Lina Zedig and Marcus Åhrén focusing not only on handicraft but also how we can connect cultures.
This series by Mexican artist Jose Dávila is a collection of sculptural forms that experiment with the notion of shooting upward vertically, also incorporating a mixture of materials to add contrast.
Danish designers Tommy Hyldahl and Kristian Sofus Hansen have produced this series titled 'Sphere' that's a collection of ceramic vases that are a tribute to the architectural ceramic forms of the 1950's.
China-based studio Neri&Hu have been applying both Eastern and Western styles to create some intriguing architecture that incorporates traditional elements with a modernist spin.
Anna and Ditlev Sibast, who are now owners of Sibast Furniture, borrowed their grandfather's design and gave it a fresh vision, crafting beautiful furniture that is bound to stand the test of time.
The work of German born London-based artist Jost Münster made me think about layering with his collection of abstract art exploring this exact idea through the use of simple shapes.