Designer Arati Rao founded Tantuvi in 2016 while reconnecting with her ancestral roots in India and cultivating a relationship with the long hand-loom textile traditions that reside there.
French designer Mathieu Delacroix has been able to capture both rustic and refined in his series titled Taso that consists of wooden vases and bowls made by a woodworker on the lathe.
Light + Ladder is a selection of objects handcrafted in Vermont and designed by Farrah Sit that reside somewhere between functional, sculptural, and architectural with an element of craftsmanship to boot.
You can't beat a well designed interior space and I was drawn to these unique handcrafted objects at the Holland-based shop X + L founded by designers Xander Vervoort and Leon van Boxtel in 1996.
Shibui is a Japanese word that refers to an aesthetic of simple, unobtrusive beauty and is also a Switzerland-based company founded by designers Athanasios Babalis and Constantinos Hoursoglou.
Astep's focus is on new products for the home, but at the same time they should be accredited for their re-edits of iconic objects such as the timeless works by Gino Sarfatti and Vittoriano Vigano.
This object titled TRAY by Finnish Designer Lotta Nieminen is a storage system that's an interesting twist on a basic serving tray, when disassembled the different mats can be used in a variety of ways.
The geometric shapes attached to these free hanging lights were discovered through the experimentation of lines and dots on paper by Spanish designers Alvaro Goula and Pablo Figuera.
There's something attractive about these two minimal objects from the 'Lift' coaster series by Seattle based designers Sallyann Corn and Joe Kent of studio Fruitsuper that have been handcrafted from brass.
To mark the 100 year anniversary of diplomatic relations between Finland and Japan Artek have produced this collection where they have collaborated with leading Japanese and Finnish designers.
Oyyo, a Swedish design studio and producer of textile interior products, was founded by Lina Zedig and Marcus Åhrén focusing not only on handicraft but also how we can connect cultures.
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.