Contemporary lights inspired the colours of the Venetian lagoon, purposely using the reflection on the surface as inspiration, hinting at an imaginary city moving beneath the surface.
Based in Detroit, Korean Designer Nino Cho explores empty space to find function, trying to blur the line between an art object and a functional product in her series of Constructivist works.
Korean designer Chaehoon Moon has been able to harness her country's traditions by working with two craftsmen, a lacquer artist and metalworker, to create stunning tableware.
Louise Gray has reinterpreted the art of quilting using modern design as a means to keep the craft alive, making this pastime both appealing and relevant for our time.
Titled after the book On the Art of Building, this series is an exploration in how we define space, wanting to break down the complex nature of structure and reduce to essential elements.
Taiwanese designers ystudio have created this stationery collection to explore the vanishing culture of handicrafts that once existed and make it relevant for our modern world.
Yumiko's passion for designing everyday objects is quite evident, producing bold forms with the help of local Japanese craftsmen. We're very proud to be stockists of her work.
Industryplus combines experimental industrial design techniques with artisanal craftsmanship, producing functional objects at an obtainable price that are still beautiful enough to cherish.
Deborah Ehrlich crafts these beautiful vessels on paper before handing it over to an experienced Swedish glassblower, resulting in a truly fantastic collection of glassware.
Based on the glass alchemist and innovator John Hill, J Hill's Standard looks to collaborate with talented designers to create honest, functional and beautiful objects.
Based in Sydney, South Korean creative Kenny Yong Soo Son is a very talented maker that crafts exquisite objects from metal and concrete.
Marion Fortat has integrated an unpredictable element in to her working process with this series titled 'GUM', vases that are formed and then disfigured in the construction phase.