We have now stocked a selection of new work by talented Japanese craftsman Kentaro Ooyu of Dairoku, a woodworking studio that makes furniture and tableware in Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
This series of chairs titled 'Fold' by Industrial designer Olivier Gregoire consists of fibreglass that has been folded in unique positions to create furniture that are intriguing on the eye.
Brazilian designer Claudia Moreira Salles inspired me by combining soft, hard, cold and warm materials to create intrigue and function in a series of candle sticks and plant holders.
A small sale on the remaining selection of ceramics by Japanese potter Misa Kumabuchi of Mushimegane Books, all handmade at her studio in Hyogo. Grab them while you still can!
I'm pleased to let you know that we have received a new shipment of metal cans by Japanese studio Syuro, fronted by Japanese interior designer Masuko Unayama, in brass, copper and tin.
When I saw these ornamental objects made from stone and marble by London interior design store Elementary they reminded me of why craft can strike right to the core of functional design.
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.