Cookplay was founded in Bilbao, Spain by industrial designer Ana Roquero, a porcelain collection of tableware in which the focus and main objective is trying to redefine the modern table.
Carl Kleiner produced a set of photography titled 'Postures' in 2014, as a spin off Block Studios have made a series called "Posture vases" that's made up of metal wires with marble bases.
These new boxes by Fujii Works are back in at OEN shop and come in small and large and have been handmade with a horse chestnut lid by Japanese woodworkers Kenichi and Minako Fujii.
Ethan Cook uses stretched hand woven canvas in segments which are then placed strategically in the frame to create works artworks that on the surface seem simple but are full of detail.
Established by August Stattmann in 1896, today the Stattmann Neue Moebel workshop is headed by Nicola and Oliver Stattmann, fourth generation to succeed this family business.
Yumiko Yasufuku is trained as an interior designer but later went on to make pottery as a hobby, which is now her full-time job, making rustic but contemporary pottery out of her studio in Gifu city.
We were captivated by this furniture made by the Poiat architecture and design office, a collaboration of three young designers Antti Rouhunkoski, Timo Mikkonen and Marco Rodriguez.
ROOMS was founded by Nata Janberidze and Keti Toloraia, a design duo who link graphical themes with craftsmanship to create interesting products that are experimental and functional.
This work by American artist Vince Contarino uses fairly random strokes on the page but has still been able to make them look cohesive, as well as incorporating structural shapes.
Akihiro Nikaido is one of the more popular artists in the shop and has a very strong following in Japan, so we are pleased to present a small selection of new works in the shop.
This furniture series consists of a three piece collection and is simple and understated, made by Piaval but designed by Daniel Rous with help of the design studio at Fabrica in Italy.
American artist Jen Garrido goes through all of the processes that I admire in any creative, considering what to add and subtract in her work, slowly arriving at the final composition.