This project is a collection of works designed for OTHR, a set of geometric candle snuffers that were each individually designed from a different city around the world and then 3D printed.
The work of Silversmith Lone Lovschal really intrigued me, not only are her skills in the field of metalwork impressive, she can also design and make works that are functional and beautiful.
This small collection of dishes is designed by LaSelva Studio and Ivan Zuniga for Mexican concrete manufacturer MAS, a series that explores the limits of concrete as a material.
Every so often you come across a designer who has a distinct style and Aldo Bakker is one of those. A designer who looks for timeless form but at same time approaches from a unique angle.
Norwegian artist and designer Ann Kristin Einarsen has a background in visual art but has transitioned a lot of this knowledge over to her functional design work. Here we present some imagery.
I have been admiring these beautiful works by Carina Seth Andersson, a designer who makes minimalist but functional glass and ceramic works at her studio in Gustavsberg, Sweden.
This series by designer Ariane Prin is fantastic and consists of a collection of vases, bowls, boxes and trays made from mixing metal dust from London workshops with gypsum and acrylic.
Designed by Tamer Nakisci for Turkish glassware brand Nude, these are made from clear, corrugated crystal with a ripple effect running throughout. This effect was what attracted me to these vases.
We visit the former home and studio of sculptor Karl Duldig and his wife, artist and inventor, Slawa Duldig Horowitz in Melbourne, Australia. Inspiring creatives who experimented in art and design.
This project founded by Vincent Colet named Fathers Edition has a goal of discovering overlooked design pieces that he believes have their rightful place among the classics of design history.
This work by Copper Industrial Design, founded by award winning Industrial Designers Edward Linacre and Viktor Legin, is very inspiring indeed and all made locally to their studio in Australia.
Seung Hyun Lee's works feature unique surfaces which have been purposely altered, changing when heat or force is applied, giving them fantastic textures that I've not seen before.