Jochen Holz's 'Textured' glass series showcases a number of vessels made using clear glass that are then pressed against unique surfaces to give a variation in surface texture.
Swiss-French designer Julie Richoz recently designed a collection of vases with with Nouvel Studio titled 'Isla' in blown glass that celebrates the chromatic richness of glass as a material.
Mikiya Kobayashi is a talented Japanese designer and has produced a collection of functional tableware inspired by the natural landscape that all have beautiful undulating curves.
Louise Roe, a Danish designer based in Copenhagen, seeks out authentic materials to create a mixture of tableware that's minimal in terms of aesthetic but still high in quality and truly functional.
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.
The term 'visual calm' is one that grabbed my attention and made me want to write this piece on Hallgeir Homstvedt, a Norwegian industrial designer who designs fantastic lighting.
Phil is from New Zealand but now makes from his studio in London. This collection is a stunner and is titled 'Herringbone', all of which have been handmade using a specific method of moulding.
Last month we released the work a new maker in to the shop by the name of Tomoaki Nakano, a lacquer artist based in Fukui Prefecture. We are happy to release a second shipment of his work.
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!