Ceramics and tea have always gone hand in hand, so with such strong links I always wanted to incorporate high quality tea in to the shop and we are pleased to announce our first selection.
The best kind of design is the design that goes unnoticed, Mutina has linked artisanal and industrial techniques that are specifically suited to producing modern floor and wall tiles.
A project by Hubert and Elisabeth van Doorne named 'bottle-up' who have made a series from empty bottles that are part of an initiative to solve the trouble of glass waste on the island of Zanzibar.
A Copenhagen based glass artisan who mainly works on her own projects but has also collaborated with other designers to create beautiful functional forms that are restraint but are still expressive.
The New Old Light is a series of lighting that that Kimu Design have been working on this year and keeps them on their journey of finding new soul in old living objects.
Kateryna Sokolova is the founder of SOKOLOVA design studio and has produced this set of vases titled "Suprematic", a nod to the geometric works of Suprematist artist Kazimir Malevich.
French design studio YMER&MALTA asked six contemporary designers to produce six designs with the same principles as the famous Akari collection designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1951.
A selection of miniature architectural models casted from concrete by Studio Material Immaterial that reference some of the most influential concrete architecture of the last century.
The Ridge Kitchen series by Visibility began as a selection of porcelain tools for the kitchen, later in collaboration with Areaware they worked with glass artisans to bring this series to fruition.
Spanish artist Carla Cascales Alimbau is currently exhibiting her work at Castellana 22 Gallery in Madrid, consisting of a number of sculptures, all made from marble, wood and stone.
This series of vases by product designer Sam Anderson is titled 'Gather', the idea behind these is to extend the process of arranging the flowers by guiding the user with the overall shape of the vessel.
I really enjoyed viewing this project by Oregon based Studio Gorm where they designed a collection of objects and furniture, reinterpreting and reevaluating the Shaker's timeless design.