Talented maker Bruce Rowe has produced this series for 2017, a collection of one-off ceramics titled SCAPE, all of which are sculpted by the artist himself at his studio based in Victoria, Australia.
Huy Bui's work is situated within environmental design, building modular units that can be suspended in space, using plants to create a small ecosystem of sorts with that are all interconnected.
Polish designer Malgorzata Bany now lives and works in London and brings forward her study of Fine Art to the fields of function and objects, creating seating and objects from various materials.
Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop is a collect consisting of architects, designers and craftsmen, all of which contribute collaboratively to produce modern architecture and interiors.
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Italian artist Alessandra Taccia, who currently lives in Cambridge, England, explores everyday objects and life through her painting, breaking down the setting to the essential forms.
French designer Guillaume Delvigne worked with ToolsGalerie to produce a collection of furniture using marble, metal and many other materials that are all inspired by sculpture.
London-based studio practice Forest + Found use wood, textiles and other crafts to create works of art that are inspired by architectural structures, ancient landscapes and cultural objects.
British artist Richard Devereux uses free spirited methods that lead to intriguing artworks that balance a clean and contemporary look with a deeper meaning and character.
We visit Ryoanji Temple in the north of Kyoto, an inspiring location that's most famous for its minimalist zen garden, featuring fifteen stones in an abstract composition.
We are excited to release a selection of ceramics by a new Japanese maker named Fumihiro Toda, a well respected craftsman who is known for his beautiful ceramics with rustic touches.
Hattern, meaning Happy Pattern, released their very first project titled 'Mellow Collection', a series of Acrylic block vases that use both blurred and clear surface in a variety of colour gradients.