Sigve Knutson has been able to harness his playfulness, experimenting with many materials to create a collection of objects and furniture that prod at the line between sculptural and practical.
Keiichi Sakai is a new maker added to the shop that I’m really proud to represent, producing a selection of handmade wooden objects from his studio in Kakamigahara city in Japan.
After garnering some attention with her smaller woodworks Ariele Alasko has since progressed to interior design and has also recently produced sculptures that I decided to highlight here today.
Canadian designer Zoe Mowat has designed this new cabinet for Japanese brand Ariake that takes traditional elements from Japanese culture and incorporates them in to a modern design.
Naomi Bikis is a ceramic artist based in East London who looks to blur the line between functional and sculptural, starting out the wheel first and altering them significantly afterward.
This week we have received a fresh new shipment of handmade bronze sculptures, bookends, ashtrays and paperweights from the Carl Aubock workshop based in Vienna, Austria.