This is a project by Tasmania-based studio IN-TERIA that is lead by designer Karryn Dargie and architect Dean Baird who are looking to mix contemporary and traditional concepts.
Handcrafted in Milan, Italy is this collection of furniture by Henry Timi that are sometimes blocky and sometimes flowing in form. His design ethos is to follow a language deprived of disorder.
We explore the work of American Artist Paul Kremer, who tends to paint using acrylic on canvas, incorporating colour field painting and post-painterly abstraction.
In ceramics the glazes tend to shine as they react with the clay and heat, but I enjoyed these tones created by Mayumi Yamashita, also the techniques she has used to create contrast in the surfaces.
For 2017 Suzie Idiens has made the series ‘Easy Does It’ and in 2016 'Netural Ground', both of which feature wall hangings consisting of different shapes in a mixture of flat monotone colours.
Tomas Kral's product design studio has been experimenting with a mixture of shapes in their series for Nude Glass. This particular series consists of a long and wide vase, also a set of cup-like vessels.
I came across these ceramics by Sotis Filippides, a Greek potter who makes these tall pots that taper in, taking in to consideration texture and colour whilst he constructs them at his studio in London.
Just a quick post for all our readers who were interested in the ceramics handmade by Japanese potter Katsufumi Baba, a new selection of his work has now come back in to stock.
Edinburgh-based artist Andrea Walsh has been exploring the box and vessel form, using a range of materials including ceramic, glass and metal to comment on the space inside.
Dutch label Puik, under the art direction of Tineke Beunders of Ontwerpduo design, looks to represent contemporary dutch designers and give a platform for them to put their ideas in to reality.
Just arrived is a lipped lacquer vessel and lacquer lunch box, two very special objects from Japanese woodworker Maiko Okuno, both of which are crafted by hand at her studio in Japan.
Julian Watts is woodworker based in Oakland, California and uses traditional wood carving and furniture making techniques to explore the space between a sculptural form and a functional object.