This new selection of works by Japanese woodworker Maiko Okuno includes some pieces which were an off shoot from her last, as well as a few restocks of items that sold out in the shop.
Using strict ideals, Danish designer Berit Mogensen Lopez has a great eye for composition in her works of art, blending shape and colour to produce prints that are really unique.
A collection of furniture by British maker and designer Hugh Miller titled 'The Coffee Ceremony', which includes some chairs and tables made from solid British elm wood.
Canadian artist and all around creative Phillip Low has made this exciting collection of sculpture constructed from a colourless acrylic that is polished to varying degrees.
Working in collaboration with experienced glass makers, designer Paul Loebach has been able to produce a double-walled teapot and cup that eliminate the need for a handle.
Working in collaboration with various independent craftsmen, Iraqi born designer Hozan Zangana has been able to make unique objects that obscure the functionality of the piece at hand.
New OEN maker, Japanese potter Makoto Asebi who resides in Kamakura, focuses on creating timeless pieces from stoneware clay on the pottery wheel that have both character and warmth.
Interested in the boundary between building and objects, Japanese designer Norihiko Terayama looked at how these objects could be both sculptural and functional.
American craftsman and designer Dough McCollough, who goes under the name of DMDM and is based in Los Angeles, has been producing this series of furniture and incorporating lino.
Garry Fabian Miller is an artist who specialises in 'camera-less' photographs. He creates these by using various light sources on light sensitive paper, thus creating unusual and interesting art.
Minimalist works by Turkish artist Ipek Kotan are really inspiring as they show what can be done with an open vessel. The forms are beautiful on the eye and they're also interesting and detailed.
Opendesk is an open source project linking designers with local makers, making it possible to produce functional and simple pieces of CAD furniture in many parts of the world.