Industrial Designer Samy Rio has spent many years researching the uses of bamboo in industrial applications, trying to manipulate this material and use it to his advantage.
Norwegian designer Sverre Uhnger works in the spaces that reside between craft and design, attempting to bridge the gap between modern design and bring it to the appeal of the masses.
Huy Bui's work is situated within environmental design, building modular units that can be suspended in space, using plants to create a small ecosystem of sorts with that are all interconnected.
Polish designer Malgorzata Bany now lives and works in London and brings forward her study of Fine Art to the fields of function and objects, creating seating and objects from various materials.
Hattern, meaning Happy Pattern, released their very first project titled 'Mellow Collection', a series of Acrylic block vases that use both blurred and clear surface in a variety of colour gradients.
Swedish designer Jonas Wagell collaborated with From the Bay, a Taiwan-based company to create a range of contemporary lighting, furniture and objects for their first collection.
This is a project by Tasmania-based studio IN-TERIA that is lead by designer Karryn Dargie and architect Dean Baird who are looking to mix contemporary and traditional concepts.
Tomas Kral's product design studio has been experimenting with a mixture of shapes in their series for Nude Glass. This particular series consists of a long and wide vase, also a set of cup-like vessels.
Edinburgh-based artist Andrea Walsh has been exploring the box and vessel form, using a range of materials including ceramic, glass and metal to comment on the space inside.
Carl Kleiner produced a set of photography titled 'Postures' in 2014, as a spin off Block Studios have made a series called "Posture vases" that's made up of metal wires with marble bases.
These works by Marta Ayala Herrera inspired me indeed, a Spanish designer who is interested in exploring the relationship between the human and their environment through objects alone.
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.